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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bill Strickland; Michelle Rhee; Geoffrey Canada; Randi Weingarten; Davis Gugginheim; Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm).; Paramount Vantage (Firm).; Participant Media (Firm).; Walden Media (Firm).; Electric Kinney Films (Firm).
|Language Note:||Closed captioned for the hearing impaired. In English or Spanish with optional subtitles in English, French or Spanish.|
|Notes:||"The fate of our country won't be decided on a battlefield, it will be deterined in a classroom."--Container.|
|Credits:||Director, Davis Guggenheim ; producer, Lesley Chilcott ; music, Christopher Beck ; editing, Greg Finton, Jay Cassidy ; cinematography, Erich Roland, Bob Richman ; writers, Davis Guggenheim & Billy Kimball.|
|Performer(s):||Featuring Bill Strickland, Geoffrey Canada, Michelle Rhee, Randi Weingarten.|
|Target Audience:||Rated PG; for some thematic material, mild language and incidental smoking.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (ca. 111 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.|
|Contents:||Special features: Special features: Four additional inspiring teacher/student stories; Changing the odds, a look at innovative programs that are changing public education; Public education updates, changes which have taken place since the making of the film; A conversation with Davis Guggenheim; The future is in our classrooms; The making of "Shine"; the film's title track by musician John Legend; commentary by director Davis Guggenheim and producer Lesley Chilcott.|
|Responsibility:||Paramount Vantage ; Participant Media ; Walden Media ; Electric Kinney Films.|
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Provided is an engaging and inspiring look at public education in the United States. This documentary has helped launch a movement to achieve a real and lasting change through the compelling stories of five unforgettable students such as Emily, a Silicon Valley eighth-grader who is afraid of being labeled as unfit for college, and Francisco, a Bronx first-grader whose mom will do anything to give him a shot at a better life.
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