Watch & Learn, Great Films for Free
The first ever PBS Online Film Festival has begun and 20 short films from independent film makers are available for viewing, absolutely free.
Every Monday through March 30th, a new category of films will be available to watch via the PBS website and the PBS YouTube channel. And for the festivals finale, a People’s Choice winner will announced. Click the thumbs up button on your favorite videos to vote!
Please share, comment and vote to show PBS how wonderful we think this online festival is and that it’s something we would like to see again next year!
Get all the latest news, view the categories and more here –> Watch us Surprise You | PBS Online Film Festival
Start viewing all the films here –> PBS Online Film Festival Playlist
Clara Como El Agua
Thanks to Diana for sharing about the film festival and giving us her own recommendation, Clara Como El Agua, set in Puerto Rico, the film captures the experience of bullying from the point of view of Clara – a biracial girl who is teased because of the color of her skin.
Check it out & add your vote:
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