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The Fanlight Collection

Films from The Fanlight Collection

The Fanlight Collection has a special focus on healthcare, mental health, professional ethics, aging and gerontology, disabilities, the workplace, and gender and family issues.

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A portrait of actor and director Alison Peebles as she faces the progress of her multiple sclerosis

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 2007 ♦ 29 minutes
Not A GameNot A Game

A film to help students understand and avoid the dangers of crystal meth

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 2007 ♦ 11 minutes
Not Just a Cancer PatientNot Just a Cancer Patient

Perspectives of teens undergoing cancer treatment.

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 1991 ♦ 23 minutes ♦ College/Adult/Professional
Nurses: The Web of DenialNurses: The Web of Denial

Celebrates the strength and tenacity of nurses who are in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction, while emphasizing the need for supports within the profession.

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 1993 ♦ 33 minutes ♦ College/Adult/Professional
One in 2000One in 2000

One in two thousand babies are born with anatomy that doesn't clearly mark them as either male or female. This provocative documentary demystifies the issue through intimate profiles of people born intersex.

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 2006 ♦ 26 minutes
Outside InOutside In

Spanning nine years, Dr. Kasia Clark's story reveals how the human spirit can combine with medicine, complementary therapies, support, athletics, and art to challenge cancer.

Icarus Films ♦ 2011 ♦ 61 minutes

Examines hoarding behavior, including its links to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 2004 ♦ 28 minutes ♦ College/Adult/Professional
Phoenix DancePhoenix Dance

Dancer Homer Avila lost his right leg and most of his hip to cancer and thought he'd never dance again until choreographer Alonzo King challenged expectations of what it means to be 'disabled.'

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 2007 ♦ 22 minutes ♦ 9-12, College, Adult

This lively and engaging video explores the impact media has on young women's physical, psychological and emotional health, and offers tools to begin dissecting the media that influence our behaviors, attitudes, and values.

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 2007 ♦ 40 minutes
The Pitch of GriefThe Pitch of Grief

Explores the emotional process of grieving through interviews with four bereaved men and women, young and old

The Fanlight Collection ♦ 1985 ♦ 28 minutes ♦ College/Adult/Professional

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