#DeclareNonViolence GET YOUR STUDENTS TALKING Have Them Declare Their Worlds Non-Violent Hear From the Student Actors Who Starred in the Film:

Educational organizations (colleges, universities, high schools, middle schools, faith based schools) community organizations (Boy and Girls Scouts, YMCAs, Libraries, etc. ) and Outreach organizations (Everytown, Mom's Demand Action, NRA, etc.) must purchase an educational license in order to screen Eclipse for any purposes, including educational and outreach screenings. An educational license permits the institution unlimited classroom screenings to non-paying audiences.

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World Premiered at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner, this film serves not only as an educational resource but also as a prequel to the feature film The Other One, which follows the female teacher's personal journey towards forgiveness, releasing on VOD, summer 2015. Both films are DOVE Foundation certified for ages 12+. Bring Eclipse To Your School Pre-Order an Educational
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LET’S TALK ABOUT IT. In an era when school violence is perpetrated regularly and seems to be glorified by the media, where teachers are being asked to both nurture and police, the missing piece is prevention. Join schools across the country and get your kids asking the right questions about school violence and what they can do about it. EDUCATIONAL LICENSE INCLUDES: • Filmmaker introduction: Media That Matters • Short film ECLIPSE (6 minutes) • Group workshop guide on violence prevention • How-to guide to ‘Declare your world Non-Violent’ • Further resources for reading and discussion
A short film to engage conversation about violence in our schools, Eclipse examines the moments before a potential assault. From Virginia Wolf's poignant essay "Death of a Moth" Director Josef Steiff brings together metaphor, critical thinking, and the opportunity for students and teachers to engage in the discovery of prevention.