• In June 2017, the film crew pays a visit to the public school in Langnau am Albis, Switzerland, where the children from the film are now in 5th grade. Here is a 2.5 minute clip of this fun and heart warming reunion, including observations from the teacher.

  • On September 15, 2016, an article in The Atlantic mentions School's Out  as inspiration for nature programs in
    American schools.

  • In the Spring of 2016, School's Out  aired on Public Television stations across the United States as part of the "Natural Heroes" series, Season 7.

  • School’s Out received an Honor Award and recommendation from Skipping Stones, a nonprofit “international multicultural” magazine aimed at a youth audience and their parents! Click here to see the Press Release.

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  • In a story on NPR by Emily Hanford, School's Out is mentioned as inspiration for a "forest day" at a Vermont public school, May 26, 2015 (33 minutes, film mention at min. 2:30).

  • American RadioWorks, Forest Schools, May 12, 2015 (mention of film at min. 2:30, total 33 minutes).
    Emily Hanford visits a school in Quechee, Vermont that introduced a forest day. "Eliza Minnucci got the idea after watching a documentary about a forest school in Switzerland where kids spend all day, every day, out in the woods."

  • School's Out won Bronze Plaque for Education + Information at the Columbus International Film and Video Festival. November 2014.

  • School's Out won the award for Best Documentary Short at the Prescott Film Festival. July 2014.

  • We are delighted about our partnership with Bullfrog Films who is representing School's Out  in the educational market. Visit Bullfrog Films. (December 2013)

  • School's Out won the award for Best Short Film at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival. February 2013.

                    Lisa and Rona with the award (Feb. 23, 2013)

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