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THE BRYAN MUSEUM: SPREADING THE LOVE OF TEXAS HISTORY

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THE BRYAN MUSEUM: SPREADING THE LOVE OF TEXAS HISTORY is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
5 minutes
VIDEO
ESHAAN MANI
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What an enjoyable short documentary The Bryan Museum: Spreading the Love of Texas History is, sharing an inside look at one of Galveston's niche history museums.

This student produced documentary tells the story behind The Bryan Museum in Galveston, Texas. Built from a former orphanage, its mission is to educate students about the "high adventure" of Texas history.

Wonderful camera and audio work makes this a pleasure to watch. I also love seeing how much these people love and care for their state of Texas. The interviews with the museum's found and director are honestly inspiring and it's clear that they are passionate about the museum's mission. The background music definitely fits the story. I enjoyed the cut aways to the young people participating at museum events and the archival footage. The only drawback that I have to accepting this is that I perceive its audience to be somewhat limited. However, as the founder says at the end, it's about people seeking freedom. And that is a universal message.

The message of the film is to inspire people to preserve their history, in whatever shape they can.

I give The Bryan Museum: Spreading the Love of Texas History 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 10 to 18, plus adults. Reviewed by Pamela L., KIDS FIRST!

What an enjoyable short documentary The Bryan Museum: Spreading the Love of Texas History is, sharing an inside look at one of Galveston's niche history museums.

This student produced documentary tells the story behind The Bryan Museum in Galveston, Texas. Built from a former orphanage, its mission is to educate students about the "high adventure" of Texas history.

Wonderful camera and audio work makes this a pleasure to watch. I also love seeing how much these people love and care for their state of Texas. The interviews with the museum's found and director are honestly inspiring and it's clear that they are passionate about the museum's mission. The background music definitely fits the story. I enjoyed the cut aways to the young people participating at museum events and the archival footage. The only drawback that I have to accepting this is that I perceive its audience to be somewhat limited. However, as the founder says at the end, it's about people seeking freedom. And that is a universal message.

The message of the film is to inspire people to preserve their history, in whatever shape they can.

I give The Bryan Museum: Spreading the Love of Texas History 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 10 to 18, plus adults. Reviewed by Pamela L., KIDS FIRST!

This is the story of The Bryan Museum, an orphanage-turned-Texas history museum in Galveston, TX, and its mission to educate students about the "high adventure" of Texas history.
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