This year, the impactful SXSW EDU film lineup shares powerful stories centered around education. We’re thrilled to announce that there will be several post-screening Q&As with filmmakers, film subjects, and producers to continue the conversation.
Autism Goes to College Erik Linthorst, Director & Producer, Rogue Art Films Jan Blacher, Executive Producer of Autism Goes to College, Director of SEARCH Autism Family Resource Center Guillermo Guzman, Student, UC Riverside Jasmine Board Student, UC Riverside
Changing the Game Alex Schmider, Producer, Changing the Game Chris Mosier, Executive Producer, Changing the Game
Hungry to Learn Sara Goldrick-Rab, Professor of Higher Education Policy & Sociology at Temple University and Founding Director of the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice Rose Arce, Excecutive Producer, Soledad O’Brien Productions
Miss Virginia Rob Pfaltzgraff, President, Moving Picture Institute Nick Reid, Executive Vice President, Moving Picture Institute Lana Link, Senior Vice President, Moving Picture Institute
No Small Matter Greg Jacobs, Writer & Co-Director, No Small Matter Cathy McHorse, Vice President of Success By 6, United Way for Greater Austin Rachel Giannini, Public Speaker and Curriculum Designer at Child First Academy
River City Drumbeat Marlon Johnson, Director & Producer, River City Drumbeat Anne Flatté, Director and Producer, River City Drumbeat Ed White, Artist & Founder, River City Drum Corp Albert Shumake, Artist & Director, River City Drum Corp
Shot in the Dark Dustin Nakao-Haider, Director, Bogie
Unschooled Rachel Beth Anderson, Co-Director & Co-Cinematographer, Unschooled Timothy Grucza, Co-Director & Co-Cinematographer, Unschooled Mikail Holmes, Tutor Miles Conyers, Student, Philly Free School
We Are the Radical Monarchs Linda Goldstein Knowlton, Director & Producer, We Are the Radical Monarchs Anayvette Martinez, CEO of Programs & Communications, Radical Monarchs
Photos courtesy of (t-b-l-r) Guillermo Guzman, Rachel Giannini, Rachel Beth Anderson, Edward White, Dustin Nakao-Haider, Sara Goldrick-Rab, and Anayvette Martinez.