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Who We Are
The Film Connection is a community of film lovers, social activists and lifelong learners who use our non-profit online film library to watch, discuss and act on compelling films from around the globe. An initiative of the global humanitarian agency , The Film Connection offers a growing library of DVDs that tackle the issues facing the world we live in.

What We Offer
Documentaries. Dramas. Foreign rarities. American blockbusters. Discussion topics and action items. A simple checkout system. Free round-trip shipping anywhere in the US. A great way to engage with your community and learn about global issues.

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Click here for more information on starting your own film group - it can be you and your family and close friends, or up to 15 fellow film lovers.


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Film Programs at Home


Black History Month
February 2007
Explore the African American experience in the United States and around the world during Black History Month.
Silent Disasters
Hear their stories. Give them a voice.
Many of the world's calamities capture widespread public attention. Other times, however, a crisis just as severe is overlooked, forgotten or ignored.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
January 15, 2007
Join The Film Connection in honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Religions and Spirituality Around the World
December 15, 2006
This holiday season take a journey with the Film Connection through a world of religious practices and beliefs broadening your horizons with every film.
Featured Films


Sir! No Sir!
A timely film about the GI movement to end the Vietnam War.
The Constant Gardener
A gripping thriller that demonstrates a love at any cost. A widower is determined to reveal a treacherous conspiracy that will pontentially destroy millions of innocent people.
The Power of Nightmares: Rise of the Politics of Fear
This three-part documentary series examines the development of fear-based political strategies.
When The Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts
Spike Lee's documentary film explores Hurricane Katrina and her aftermath.
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