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Homeschooling in Middle America
- Director(s): Yiran Liu, Carbon Trace Productions
- Genre: Documentary
- Rating: G
- Running Time: 16 min.
This screening is Free for kids (under 18). Local films are $5 for adults. Seating is first come first serve.
Synopsis: A look at homeschooling in middle America for a Chinese audience.
Filmmaker Yiran Liu tells the story of homeschooling in middle America – a practice unknown in her native China. The film examines why some families choose to educate their children at home and the reactions to that education by the children.
Carbon Trace Productions Professional Staff: Andy Cline: Executive Producer | Chelsea Eichholz: Producer | Shannon Cay Bowers: Producer | Shane Franklin: Producer | Tyler Beck: Associate Producer | Taye Taye: Chief Cinematographer and Motion Graphics Artist