My students are working through your amazing curriculum and documentary as we are comparing Romeo and Juliet to the topics and themes of today.

Students’ final project will be to make a modern interpretation themselves in all different mediums (Poetry, Art, Graphic Novel, Play, Skit, Etc). They will be presenting this work after school in our library in an art gallery space.
— Life Academy Teacher, Oakland, CA

Blueshift created a multi-disciplinary high school curriculum in partnership with the Romeo is Bleeding film team titled "Re-mixing Shakespeare: Teaching Romeo is Bleeding."  Aligned to national standards and for English classes teaching Romeo and Juliet and other Humanities courses (American History, Sociology, Psychology and more), the resource offers engaging materials for integrating spoken-word and community theater alongside contemporary issues of race, power and privilege. 

You can find more information on the educational edition at ro*co films.