To date films have been submitted from 12 groups
of young people from the following countries: Mexico, Guatemala,
Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Hawaii, San Francisco (CA), Colorado,
UK, The Republic of Kiribati (central Pacific), the Solomon Islands
and Australia. However, due to funding limitations only one film,
from the island of Tarawa in The Republic of Kiribati, has so far
(Running Time: 1:22) Click here to view the trailer.
Quicktime is required to view the video exchange movies. Click here for a free download.
These video stills correspond with the Video Exchange Photograph Observation lesson plan. There are fourteen photos contained within this PDF file. (PDF)
Tarawa Related Links
The Expedition 360 video exchange lesson plans are standards based plans intended for grades 4-12.
Video Exchange Global Issues (PDF)
Video Exchange Photograph Observation (PDF)
Video Exchange Documentary Workshop (PDF)
We are currently seeking the necessary funds and
resources to edit and publish (online & at independent film
festivals) the remaining 11 films and continue working with young
film-makers in countries the expedition passes through. Each film
costs approximately $900 USD to edit. If you are able to help, either
with a tax deductible donation through our 501 (c) 3 Non Profit
Organisation, or with ideas on suitable grants we could pursue,
please email us.
If you are interested in participating in the
program and submitting a film about who you are, where you live
in the world and what your culture is like, click
If you have questions or comments about the films or lesson plans or if you are interested in posting a cultural film please contact the program producer by clicking here.
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