Look At Me


Human rights and children’s rights are the central focus within this topic. The students will learn about children’s rights through film. Look at Me draws attention to a variety of subjects and issues: the situation of children in Europe; equality for all, what it means to be under privileged in modern Europe; the minorities voice – can film make us more empathetic about others; Is there a culture of whitewashing and a language of discrimination? These sub topics accumulate to the one central focus, the human rights to which every citizen is entitled.

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JOY IN PEOPLE


A vulnerable young man finds happiness & belonging in the unifying throb of massive crowds.
Director Oscar Hudson (

1 film
1 lesson plans
1 worksheets
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Rafa

The film begins late one summer night, Rafa learns that his mother is arrested by the police. He crosses the bridge into the city on...

1 film
4 lesson plans
5 worksheets
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JOY IN PEOPLE

topic: Ideal Community Look At Me
1 film
1 lesson plans
1 worksheets
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Rafa

topic: Look At Me
1 film
4 lesson plans
5 worksheets

I've answer you. Several times. Why don't you answer my question? I don't need to be here with you. I've got family. She's not a criminal, I think she could leave with me now.

Themes & Topics

Shortcut offer a catalog of European short films on the vod platform available to all registered educational institutions. The films were selected according to a thematic key created for the competences that today's youth may need most in the face of the challenges of modern Europe

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