Given the success of Smokey the Bear and Woodsey the Owl, a whole army of z-grade mascots appeared on the school film scene. The AV Geeks are happy to present some of the most ill-conceived they’ve found committed to film. Films include: Roscue’s Rules, Soapy the Germ Fighter, Let’s Find Something Better To Do, Snuffy’s [...]
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Let’s face it, August was brutally hot and the AV Geeks spend most of their time holed up in a dark dank basement watching films. To counteract the sticky humidity of Houston, we presented a show of films about living in cold weather. Films include Play In The Snow, How to drive on snow and [...]
Continuing the constant challenge to bring you educational film entertainment in the strangest of places (which have included a moving schoolbus and a sausage factory!), AV Geeks and Alamo Drafthouse challenge you to watch boat safety films on an actual boat! This DVD is a document of the films that we showed including Water Safety [...]
Three films about people with physical handicaps. Steadfast Tin Soldier – the classic Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. Gravity Is My Enemy – a quadriplegic artist talks about his work and his life. Boy On A Skateboard – a young boy with no legs copes with his life in a mill town.
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Educational films that answer some of the nagging questions you might have. Questions like: Answering The Child’s Why, Why Not Try?,Why We Use Money?, Why Not Snack?, Sanitation – Why All The Fuss?, Why Explore Space?, Why 55? and Why’d the Beetle Cross The Road?
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While devoting an entire DVD to films about the developmentally-disabled (mentally handicapped, retarded) might seem like an odd (maybe even inappropriate) theme, but these films provide insight into our culture’s view of the handicapped and the real-life problems that care providers must address. You can tell a lot
about a society by how it treats its [...]