Instructional film guides

The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2006 by releasing a series of film guides in partnership with the Office of Arts and Special Projects. The three guides for Searching for Bobby Fisher (1993), Mad Hot Ballroom (2005), and Finding Forrester (2000) align with the strands of the Moving Image Blueprint and also connect to an examination of New York City culture, stories, and neighborhoods. The three guides align with elementary, middle, and high school grade levels.

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The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2006 by releasing a series of film guides in partnership with the Office of Arts and Special Projects. The three guides for Searching for Bobby Fisher (1993), Mad Hot Ballroom (2005), and Finding Forrester (2000) align with the strands of the Moving Image Blueprint and also connect to an examination of New York City culture, stories, and neighborhoods. This Mad Hot Ballroom guide is aligned for the middle school level.

The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2006 by releasing a series of film guides in partnership with the Office of Arts and Special Projects. The three guides for Searching for Bobby Fisher (1993), Mad Hot Ballroom (2005), and Finding Forrester (2000) align with the strands of the Moving Image Blueprint and also connect to an examination of New York City culture, stories, and neighborhoods. This Searching for Bobby Fisher guide is aligned for the elementary school level.

The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2006 by releasing a series of film guides in partnership with the Office of Arts and Special Projects. The three guides for Searching for Bobby Fisher (1993), Mad Hot Ballroom (2005), and Finding Forrester (2000) align with the strands of the Moving Image Blueprint and also connect to an examination of New York City culture, stories, and neighborhoods. This Finding Forrester guide is aligned for the high school level.