The documentary film, Dolores, chronicles the story of Dolores Huerta, a civil rights champion whose life's work continues to increase rights and improve the lives of every American. Peter Bratt's engaging film aims to overpower the racism and sexism that have prevented Dolores Huerta from becoming the inspirational household name she deserves to be.Read More
We are sending our kids back to school this week against a political backdrop that is chaotic at best. What is clear is that teachers, parents and students need resources that address our national conversations about hatred, violence and protest, and break those overwhelming pieces down into manageable parts.Read More
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month. Join us tomorrow, April 4th at noon Pacific/ 3pm Eastern time, when we’re honored to partner with Futures Without Violence to present the webinar: Activate Your School: Hosting an Audrie & Daisy Screening. This is what Blueshift strives to do, take that beautiful opportunity that documentary films create uniquely- when the audience is feeling deeply, empathizing openly, and wondering how to act - and give them tools to create lasting change.Read More
The Bad Kids is a gorgeous film, visually and stylistically. It's about a group of students whose lives, in many ways, have been filled with uncertainty. We hear their stories of hunger, neglect, abuse, substance use, and poverty, and yet they show up to school, they strive, and, with support from the staff and faculty at Black Rock High School, they begin to thrive. They are resilient and they are capable of anything. Theirs are the stories we need right now.