In-School Screenings

Facets offers a variety of screening programs for all grade levels throughout the year, which we can bring to screen at your location. Choose from one of our pre-existing programs listed below, or speak with us to develop a customized program to suit the needs of your classroom or school.

All films are official selections from the Chicago International Children's Film Festival, and all programs include an introduction and post-screening discussion led by one of our trained media educators. Curriculum aligned with Common Core Standards is also provided electronically to teachers prior to the day of screening.

Please note that there are specific technical requirements listed below which must be met in order for us to screen in your location.  You must be able to provide a darkened room, projector, screen, sound amplification via speaker system, and handheld microphone. See below for further details.

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Programs Available:

African & African American American Programs 
Programs for Grades 1-9+ (Ages 5-14+)

Asian Language & Heritage 
Programs for Pre-K & K, Grades 4-8

Award Winners  
Azemichi RoadPrograms for Grades 4-8

French Language Animated Features 
Programs for Grades 3-5+

Green Screen Nature Programs
Programs for Pre-K & K, Grades 1-5

Wolf Dog Tales

Healthy Living 
Programs for Grades 4-8 (Ages 9-14) 

Jewish Heritage: Reflections 
Program for Grades 6-9+ 

Language & Literature Based  
Programs for Grades PreK-9 (Ages 4-15) 


Mexican Heritage
Program for Grades 4-5 

Native American Heritage
Programs for Grades 4-6 (Ages 9+) & High School (Ages 14+)

No Bullies, Please! 
Programs for Pre-K & K, Grades 1-8+ (Ages 2-14+)

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In-School Screening Reservation Details

Group Sales Coordinator
773-281-9075 ext. 3009

  • Minimum fee of $400 for groups of 50 or less. 
  • Tickets are $8.00 per child for groups of 50 or more.  
  • An additional fee of $100 will apply to locations outside a 20 mi. area to Chicago with $100 for each additional 20 mile distance from Chicago.
  • Group leaders and chaperones attend for free. Additional fees may apply if the number of chaperones greatly exceeds a 1:10 chaperone:student ratio. 
  • Includes curriculum revised to the new Common Core and on-site media educator facilitation.

Reservation Form - In-School Group Screenings

In-School Group Screening Technical Requirements: 

  • School staff person MUST be responsible for audio visual projection and amplification
  • Multi-purpose room or assembly hall with a screen
  • DVD player or laptop / and LCD projector
  • Separate speaker hook-up for sound (sound hook-up via a speaker system, not the laptop’s speakers)
  • Hand-held microphone for media educator
  • Room must have shades (be able to be in darkness)
  • Day-of screening tech-check visit
Films will be presented on a non-region DVD-R, playable in most DVD drives or on most DVD players. 

Additional Information 


Film programs tailored specifically to each grade level; Pre-K to High School. Program age range suggestions are offered as a general guideline only.

  • Pre-K & Kindergarten (Ages 2-5)
  • Grades 1-3 (Ages 5-8)
  • Grades 4-5 (Ages 8-11)
  • Grades 6-8 (Ages 11-14)
  • Grades 9-12 (Ages 14-18)

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Symbols will be used to mark programs that contain profanity (P), violence (V), or mature themes (M) relative to the sugested age range of the program.


Professional actors will read the English subtitles aloud for programs for kids 8 years old and under.  The sound from the film will be audible while subtitles are read.

For more Group Screening information CLICK HERE