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As part of the AltEd Film Festival 2014 (www.altedfilmfest.com), we proudly present this interview with Carol Black, director of Schooling the World. 

Carol Black is an Emmy and Writer’s Guild award winning writer/director/producer of both entertainment and documentary television and film. She studied literature and education at Swarthmore College and UCLA, and for the past twenty years has been deeply involved in the unschooling and alternative education movements as a parent, activist, and teacher of writing and filmmaking. Schooling the World is the culmination of many years of research into cross-cultural perspectives on education.
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As part of the AltEd Film Festival 2014 (www.altedfilmfest.com), we proudly present this interview with Peter Kowalke, director of Grown Without Schooling. 

Peter Kowalke is a journalist and 35-year-old lifelong unschooler. He is editor-in-chief of unschooler.com, a former columnist for Home Education Magazine and Life Learning magazine, and hosts the Unschooler Experiment podcast. Peter lives in New York City and Bangkok, and spends much of his time focused on making Vedanta accessible to a wider audience.
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As part of the AltEd Film Festival 2014 (www.altedfilmfest.com), we proudly present this interview with Ian Reid, director of Building the Machine.

As Director of Film & Visual Media at the Home Schoolers Legal Defense Association, Ian Reid led the development of Building the Machine from inception and early research to final cut. His past credits include working on multiple feature films and documentaries and directing national television and online spots for numerous organizations including the Heritage Foundation, the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, and the Convention of States project. His work has taken him from the inner offices of Washington, D.C., to the glacial slopes of Mt. Rainier to the ancient corridors of old Jerusalem.
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As part of the AltEd Film Festival 2014 (www.altedfilmfest.com), we proudly present this interview with Peter Kowalke, director of Grown Without Schooling. 

Peter Kowalke is a journalist and 35-year-old lifelong unschooler. He is editor-in-chief of unschooler.com, a former columnist for Home Education Magazine and Life Learning magazine, and hosts the Unschooler Experiment podcast. Peter lives in New York City and Bangkok, and spends much of his time focused on making Vedanta accessible to a wider audience.
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As part of the AltEd Film Festival 2014 (www.altedfilmfest.com), we proudly present this interview with Bhawin Suchak, director of Free to Learn.

Bhawin Suchak is an educator and filmmaker who works with digital media as a tool to further expression and connection. For 12 years he has taught at the Albany Free School and in 2008 I founded Youth FX, a summer filmmaking program for teens based out of Grand Street Community Arts, a neighborhood based non-profit arts center in the South End of Albany, NY. He maily produces short docs and co-directed Free to Learn, a feature length documentary about radical education. He is currently directing a feature length documentary called The Throwaways. 
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As part of the AltEd Film Festival 2014 (www.altedfilmfest.com), we proudly present this interview with Cevin Soling, director of The War On Kids. 

Cevin Soling is a writer, filmmaker, musician, and academic. Soling is a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and directed and produced the first theatrically released documentary on education, The War on Kids, which was broadcast internationally on The Sundance Channel and aired domestically on The Documentary Channel. He was a featured guest on The Colbert Report and was interviewed on The Dr. Nancy Show on MSNBC, as well as on RT Television. He produced and directed Ikland, a film about a tribe in Northern Uganda that had been described as the most despicable people on the planet by the anthropologist who studied them over forty years ago; The War on the War on Drugs, a satire on the drug war; Boris the Dog, and animated tale broadcast on MTV; and A Hole in the Head, a documentary that explores the mystery on why our ancestors drilled holes in their heads that aired on The Learning Channel.

Soling has received awards from the New York Independent Film and Video Festival, the Boston International Film, Williamsburg Brooklyn Film Festival, and others including the coveted Stoney Award from High Times. In addition to writing for, and performing in the band The Love Kills Theory that charted in the CMJ Top 200, Soling has served as producer for Jackie Chan, Ani DiFranco, Don Ho, The Smile Zone, and Herman’s Hermits. Soling also composed and performed the closing theme song for A&E TV series Confessions of a Matchmaker. Soling is in the process of completing his second graduate degree from Harvard where he was employed as a teaching assistant, faculty adviser, and research assistant.
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As part of the AltEd Film Festival 2014 (www.altedfilmfest.com), we proudly present this interview with German Doin, director of La Educación Prohibida. 

German Doin has always been interested in the many forms of educational experience on his own path to free learning. His passion has always been language through film, which led him to combine both interests Forbidden Education. In 2009 the project started as a short Youtube, and ended with German taking charge of the research, script and realization of The Forbidden Education. 
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