Documentary television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Television programs for the hearing impaired
Mel Stuart; Alex Rotaru; Rafe Esquith; Ian McKellen; Michael York; Mel Stuart Productions.; American Documentary, Inc.; WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.); Docurama (Firm); New Video Group.
|語言註釋：||In English; closed-captioned.|
|注意：||Originally broadcast on September 6, 2005 as an episode of the PBS television program: POV [Point of view].
Special features: Filmmaker interview (15 min.); Filmmaker biography [text feature]; About Docurama [text feature]; Docurama trailer park [trailers].
|餘額：||Editor, cinematographer and co-producer, Alex Rotaru.|
|表演者：||Rafe Esquith; interviewees include Danielle Joo, Alan Avila, Mercedes Santoyo, Brenda De Leon, Michael York, Amy Lee, Lidia Medina, Ian McKellen, Damien Mendieta.|
|獎賞：||Worldfest Houston International Independent Film Festival, Special Jury Award ; Newport Beach Film Festival, Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking Documentary.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD; NTSC; Dolby digital stereo.|
|内容：||Will power --
To be or not to be --
I'm an American --
Hobart Halloween --
Hobart Christmas --
Going once, going twice --
National travel --
Knight in Los Angeles --
Teach for America --
Higher education --
Final performance --
|其他題名：||POV (Television program)|
|責任：||directed and produced by Mel Stuart ; a co-production of Mel Stuart Productions, Inc., P.O.V./American Documentary, Inc. and Thirteen/WNET New York.|
One year. One class. One play. The Latino-and Asian-American children crowding Los Angeles' sprawling Hobart Boulevard Elementary face daunting odds: low-income households, under-funded, overcrowded school, and a neighborhood known for crime, not opportunity. Teacher Rafe Esquith expects the best from these kids, leading his fifth-graders through a rigorous core curriculum of English, mathematics, geography, and literature. The pinnacle of each year is the performance of a full-length, unabridged play by Shakespeare. Esquith's motto is "Be nice, work hard. There are no shortcuts" and the Hobart Shakespeareans prove that any kid can succeed, and go on the live the American dream.
- Esquith, Rafe.
- Hobart Boulevard Elementary School (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- Male elementary school teachers -- California -- Los Angeles -- Biography.
- Teachers -- California -- Los Angeles -- Biography.
- Education, Elementary -- California -- Los Angeles.
- Theater -- California -- Los Angeles.
- Motivation in education.
- Biographical television programs.