TEACHED Series of Short Films

TEACHED is an award-winning series of short films that candidly examines systemic racism in the United States with a particular focus on the experiences of youth of color, especially African American boys.

 

The five TEACHED films—The Path to Prison, The Blame Game, Unchartered Territory, Code Oakland and Think of Calvin—have won fourteen international film festival awards and screened at such venues as the U.S. Department of Education, SXSW Edu, The Atlantic Race & Justice Summit, Museum of the Moving Image, the Salesforce Foundation, LinkedIn, and a wide variety of universities, businesses, government offices, faith-based institutions and non-profit organizations.

 

ORGANIZE A VIRTUAL SCREENING

The TEACHED films provide powerful conversation starters around issues of education and race. We encourage you to organize watch parties of the films using our FREE RESOURCES:

Discussion Guide
Poster Artwork & Film Stills

Program Theme Ideas


To organize an in-person screening and/or book TEACHED Director Kelly Amis to speak at your event, go here.

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Film Still: Unchartered Territory
Film Still: Unchartered Territory
Film Still: Think of Calvin
Film Still: Think of Calvin
Code Oakland Premiere at MindSeed Productions
Code Oakland Premiere at MindSeed Productions
Film Still: The Path to Prison
Film Still: The Path to Prison
Film Still: Unchartered Territory
Film Still: Unchartered Territory
Film Still: Code Oakland
Film Still: Code Oakland
Director Kelly Amis at Impact Hub, Oakland
Director Kelly Amis at Impact Hub, Oakland
Film Still: The Blame Game
Film Still: The Blame Game
Film Still: Unchartered Territory
Film Still: Unchartered Territory