|Language and/or Subtitles:||English|
|Availability:||Available at 5 Libraries 5 of 5 copies|
SummaryStruggling to grasp the concept of 6 million Holocaust victims, the students at Whitwell Middle School in rural Tennessee decide to collect 6 million paper clips to better understand the extent of this crime against humanity. Norwegians invented the paper clip and used it as a symbol of solidarity against the Nazis; this prompted the students to start collecting them to help visualize the vast numbers of victims of the Holocaust. Eleven million paper clips from around the world are enshrined in an authentic German railcar standing in the schoolyard.
Whitwell Middle School (Whitwell, Tenn.)
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Germany.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Tennesee -- Whitwell.
Holocaust memorials -- Tennesee -- Whitwell.
Whitwell (Tenn.) -- Ethnic relations.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| New York, NY :Hart Sharp Video,2006
|Edition||2-disc special ed.|
Johnson, Robert M.
Pinchot, Ari Daniel.
Weinstein, Bob, 1954-
Eddy, Julia Dixon.
One Clip at a Time HMA (Firm)
Johnson Group (Firm)
Ergo Entertainment (Firm)
Hart Sharp Video (Firm)
With: Linda Hooper, Sandra Roberts, Dagmar Schroeder-Hildebrand, Peter Schroeder.
Voice of opening letter writer, Kay Fab.
Director of photography, Michael Marton ; editor, Julia Dixon Eddy ; original music, Charlie Barnett.
MPAA rating: G.
In English with optional English, French and Spanish subtitles.
Originally released in 2003.
Special features: Play feature, with audio commentary from co-directors, Joe Fab & Elliot Berlin -- Bonus scenes -- Interviews -- Extended scenes.
DVD; Dolby digital.
2 videodiscs (approximately 87 min.) : sound, color with bibliographical references ; 4 3/4 in.