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screenagers: Growing up in the digital age

An award-winning film that probes into the vulnerable corners of family life and depicts messy struggles over social media, video games and academics. The film offers solutions on how we can help our kids navigate the digital world. (runtime about 67 minutes)

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screenagers next Chapter: uncovering skills for stress resilience

High Stress, Anxiety and Depression are experienced by millions of young people. We follow physician and filmmaker, Delaney Ruston, as she discovers solutions for improved adolescent well-being in the digital age. (runtime about 63 minutes)

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praise for screenagers

“Screenagers is a very balances, sympathetic and sane look at the way millions of teens are struggling with phones and games and technology in general.”

Dave Eggers, Author

“We had a response to this screening like we haven’t seen for other events. I think the best thing it is doing is opening conversations for families and in the communities.”

April M., PTA Parent Education Rep, Solana Beach, CA

“As the mother of three kids… we’re all worried about how much is too much. For any of you wrestling with this issue, I loved the documentary. It combines smart insights and practical tips for raising happy, healthy, technologically empowered teens.”

Melinda Gates

“Amazing documentary… very relevant for parents, teachers and students. Many parents left asking when we were going to show it again because they wanted to bring their friends.”

John H., Vice Principal, Elk Grove, CA

“We are considering showing it again in the spring… one of the best events we have hosted.”

Julia T, Head of Upper School, Ann Arbor, MI

“Students and parents alike loved this film. It addressed everyone’s concerns and opened up important conversations about the impact of screen time.”

Katherine G., Assistant Head of School, North Dartmouth, MA

“It’s a MUST SEE for anyone with kids in their lives!”

Martha Adams, Chief Creative Officer for Girl Rising

“Thank you for providing this incredible resource. This documentary has begun some incredible dialogue among families and we are extraordinarily grateful.”

Nicole B., Assistant Youth Pastor, Calgary, Canada

“Great way to spark a conversation about one of the most important issues in raising children… also alarmingly applicable to adults.”

Peter L., Instructional Technology Specialist, Brewster, NY

praise for screenagers: next chapter

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“It was AS EYE OPENING AS the first Screenagers.”

Erik Paulson, Principal, NJ

“Amazing documentary… very relevant for parents, teachers and students. Many parents left asking when we were going to show it again because they wanted to bring their friends.”

John H., Vice Principal, Elk Grove, CA

“I found it to be VERY POWERFUL and VALIDATING for both teens and parents.”

Louise Kirkhope, Social Worker

“I can’t imagine what school counsellor would not be eager to share this with their families.”

Nell Branco, School Counselor

Really captures the struggles we see parents and students having across the board. I appreciated the “hope” parents/kids felt at the end.”

Renee Burnett, Teacher, NY