More than a decade ago, our partner production company Point Made Films developed a groundbreaking distribution model that has brought the company’s documentaries - along with post-screening discussions and workshops - to schools, universities, corporations, professional associations, law firms, churches, and community organizations in every region of the U.S. for more than a decade.

With Point Made Learning, we are expanding that model even further to provide even more options for using films as effective launching points for respectful, challenging, and productive discussions about race, racism, and equity in the United States.

Learn more and watch the trailers for each film below.


A diverse group of remarkable teens plunges into a yearlong journey to get at the heart of racism. Through some tense and painful moments, we see how difficult conversations begin to affect their relationships with friends and parents, and ultimately challenge them to look deep within themselves. By the end of their time together, these courageous young people develop deeper bonds, a stronger resolve, and a more significant definition of racism than any of us ever imagined.


Director André Robert Lee takes a journey back in time to revisit the events of his adolescence while also spending time with current day prep school students of color and their classmates to see how much has really changed inside the ivory tower. What he discovers along the way is the poignant and unapologetic truth about who really pays the consequences for yesterday’s accelerated desegregation and today’s racial naiveté.


Director Barb Lee reveals the grit rather than the glamor of transracial adoption. The documentary goes deep into the intimate lives of two well-meaning families and shows us the subtle challenges they face. One family is just beginning the process of adopting a baby from China and is filled with hope and possibility. The other family’s adopted Korean daughter is now 32 years old. Prompted by her adoptive mother’s terminal illness, she tries to create the bond they never had. While the two families are at opposite ends of the journey, their stories converge to show us that love isn’t always enough.


Contact us to discuss program format options, pricing, and scheduling.

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