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Academic Screening Packages

Bring the filmmakers to your classroom

Academic Screening Packages are an essential part of Skylight’s educational outreach work. The packages vary in theme, format, and pricing. Please explore below and contact us with the package that best suits your classroom’s needs. We offer workshops for Latin American Studies, Film Studies, Law, International Relations, Human Rights / Peace Studies and many more academic disciplines.

Package Levels
  • Package #1: DVD + Presentation + Human Rights Media Masterclass

    • A DVD or streaming license for the university library, with public performance rights.
    • Film screening plus Q&A or panel discussion with the filmmakers following the screening.
    • Masterclass by Pamela Yates and Paco de Onís on the independent production and outreach model Skylight has developed as a human rights media organization.
  • Package #2: DVD + Q&A or Panel

    • A DVD or streaming license for the university library, with public performance rights.
    • Film screening plus Q&A or panel discussion with the filmmakers following the screening.
  • Package #3: DVD + Skype Q&A or Panel

    • A DVD or streaming license for the university library, with public performance rights.
    • Film screening plus Skype Q&A or Skype panel discussion with the filmmakers following the screening.
Testimony
“I just finished watching Granito, and I am simply amazed at what has been accomplished. It was inspiring, terrifying, and humbling all at once. Thank you so very much for agreeing to share this with us. This film has everything we could hope for. It is a perfect example of the importance of every person's work in protecting human rights, no matter how small it may seem at the time. It make us face the ugly truth - even us here in the US - but then it offers hope, and hands the torch to the next generation of advocates.”

KAREN FAGAN, PHD, INSTITUTE DIRECTOR, WOMEN IN PUBLIC SERVICE INSTITUTE FOR WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN LATIN AMERICA AT THE WOODROW WILSON CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS

“I found the film to be deeply moving, an authentic look back at a dismal history of human rights violations by Guatemala’s former leaders, as well as a look forward toward historic and legal accountability. Kudos to those who made history in their tenacious search for the truth, and to those who had the courage to document the wrongs and tell the world.”

RICHARD J. WILSON, PROFESSOR OF LAW AND DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW CLINIC, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW, WASHINGTON, DC

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