Educational DVDs


Share the story of 1971 with your classroom or community.
Click below to purchase the option that best fits your needs for
Educational and Library Use, or Community Screening.

“An extraordinary film about one of the most important acts of civil disobedience in modern American history. 1971 offers much-needed historical context for understanding the urgent issues of surveillance and dissent in the United States.”
– Professor Beverly Gage, Historian at Yale University

“1971 vividly, memorably, tells the extraordinary tale of how a band of nonviolent Vietnam war opponents ran rings around the FBI and exposed their illegal operations for the world to gasp at. Johanna Hamilton’s interviews are pointed and her dramatized re-creations well convey the spirit of a remarkable episode within a remarkable movement.”
-Professor Todd Gitlin, Columbia University, School of Journalism

    • Educational DVD
    • $300Pricing Varies
    • 80 mins runtime
    • Licensed for Educational Use
    • Recommended for the following areas:
    • History, Political Science, Journalism, Law, Peace & Justice
    • Option to include Discussion Guide
    • Community Event
    • $300+Pricing Varies
    • 80 mins runtime
    • Public Screening Licensing
    • Pricing varies pending event