One of the most fascinating criminal cases in American history is now available on DVD - the PBS documentary, The People v. Leo Frank. Set in the American South, the film shares the story of early American antisemitism and discrimination in a way never before examined (www.leofrankfilm.com). With funding from Righteous Persons and an accompanying Teacherís Guide developed by the Anti-Defamation League, the film has received rave reviews in both The New York Times and LA Times. Now, The People v. Leo Frank is making its way into schools, libraries, and colleges/universities across the country, bringing to life this cautionary historical tale that promotes fresh discussion of bias and human nature.
The People v. Leo Frank is a compelling story that brings to life this cautionary historical tale and promotes fresh discussion of bias and human nature. Engaging and thought-provoking, viewers will bear witness through the mix of drama and documentary to the case that shook the nation.
To see the trailer, click here: http://www.leofrankfilm.com/trailer.html
To purchase the film for your community, click here: http://www.neoflix.com/store/BEN77
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