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The Education of Shelby Knox

Format
Online; Online Video; Video
Type
Documentary Films
Date
2005
Duration
1:16:03
Summary
"The Education of Shelby Knox is a coming of age story about a teenage girl who joins a campaign for comprehensive sex education in the high schools of Lubbock, Texas. As Shelby is swept into the fight, she begins to question her deeply conservative Southern Baptist upbringing; when the campaign broadens to include a fight for a gay-straight alliance, Shelby confronts her family and her pastor, in the end declaring herself a feminist and a liberal Christian." -- Incite Pictures web site.
Publisher
Women Make Movies
Language
English
Notes
A documentary by Marion Lipschutz & Rose Rosenblatt ; produced by Cine Qua Non/Incite Pictures ; produced in association with The Independent Television Service (ITVS) and POV/American Documentary, Inc.
Photography by Gary Keith Griffin ; edited by Rose Rosenblatt & Jeremy Stulberg ; composer, Rick Baitz.
Featuring Shelby Knox.
Sundance Film Festival, Best Cinematography; South by Southwest Film Festival, Audience Award; Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Jury Prize; Full Frame Emerging Pictures, Audience Award; Sonoma Valley, Jury Prize; Fresno Reel Pride Film Festival, Audience Award.
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Robertson Media Center Streaming Content
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