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LABELED (2016)

What to know: Demonstrates what happens for young people not only in a school setting, but also in their daily lives.
LABELED (2016) is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 10-15
5 minutes
DVD
SANTA FE SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS & SCIENCES MOVING IMAGES PROGRAM
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As a student production, I'm impressed by its attempt to make a statement and deliver it in a substantial way. The video and audio quality are pretty good. They are consistent. The film is easy to watch. Kudos to these students. Labeled demonstrates what happens for young people not only in a school setting, but also in their daily lives. Appearance is the number one factor by which people are assessed or evaluated. The lesson of the film is to be careful not to let the labels define you; get to know the students or people in your life. This is a special interest topic, urging students to realize that labels do not define them. It is a good example to help raise self-esteem. The school setting is realistic. It appears to be a private or charter school. The students' clothing matches their so called labels. I like the use of the magic want to switch people's clothing. I think this would be a good discussion starter for a student or family film festival. Recommended for ages 11 to 15. Reviewed by Juanita S., KIDS FIRST! Juror
New student Lizzie finds out that your label does not define you.
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