Our latest film, Coral Reef Rescue, is in editing right now. Here's a sneak preview...
Schoolyard Films will take you diving off the Florida Keys with scientists and volunteers trying valiantly to save the reefs before it’s too late. The team has developed methods that may lead the world in the speedy and efficient growth and replanting of coral. What nature has taken hundreds of years to form, we may now repair in two or three years. We’ll show you how!
Time for Coral Reef Rescue!
One of the world’s most important environmental resources is seriously endangered. Coral reefs are not only home to 25% of all marine species, they protect the coastlines of more than 100 countries and provide 500 million people with jobs. Yet this vital resource is dying off at an unprecedented rate due to warming oceans and pollution.
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That was the start of Schoolyard Films, the idea of a short film with great conservation messaging that a teacher could not only show within a classroom timeframe, but could also engage the students with meaningful discussions. With that in mind, the study guides were also going to play a prominent role, and once we made one, it snowballed. We’re trying to bring quality, conservation messaging to students. Get them early so that they pay attention. Read More
Where did the idea come from to start Schoolyard Films?
- Well, I have three children, and for a several years I would go to their science classrooms and give behind the scenes slideshows and present a full film or a portion of a film and it was always great fun. I loved seeing the enthusiasm first-hand from the kids in the audience, so the idea really came out of those presentations that I was doing for my kids’ science classes. I realized that teachers could really use films geared for their classes.