Supported by grants from John W. Carson Foundation through the Nebraska Arts Council and Nebraska Cultural Endowment, the Gifford Foundation, the Jetton Charitable Fund, and the Ike and Roz Friedman Foundation, our student programs present a variety of opportunities to enhance curriculum through the art we all love. Focusing on film literacy and critical thinking, our programs help students learn to interpret films in a cultural context, empathize with characters in ways beneficial to their own personal development, and analyze film as an art form.
Film Streams offers two ways for educators and students to incorporate film into the school year at no cost: Daytime Education Screenings and our monthly Student Night.
We also offer paid Daytime Screenings for Groups; if you are interested in bringing a group of 30 students or more to one of the films in our regular programming calendar, but none of our showtimes work with your schedule, we may be able to accommodate you by adding another opportunity to see the film. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 402.933.0259 x16 for more information.
To learn more about what’s possible as a teacher, or about our free student night events, click one of these buttons:
Sign up for our enewsletter and a weekly chance to win two free movie passes.