Youth in Motion Collections & Curriculum
Learn more about our Youth in Motion DVDs.
Behind The Curtain: Todrick Hall, the 2019 collection for Youth in Motion, is available now! Register to receive this DVD for free.
In addition, Youth in Motion's previous DVDs cover a diverse range of subjects relating to LGBTQ+ history, culture, and politics. Each DVD is accompanied by a Curriculum & Guide which provides great starting points for discussion in classrooms, assemblies, and community events, and also offers ideas and inspiration for taking action! Visit the links below to purchase previous collections through Frameline or other distributors and explore the Curriculum & Guides for each film.
Previous collections available through Frameline Distribution for $25
K-12 GSAs can purchase previous collections for greatly reduced price of $25 each. Click on the title below for more information on each film collection or email YouthInMotion@frameline.org for more info. Please note: these discounts are ONLY for K-12 institutions.
The 2017 collection features two documentaries that center and amplify the voices of queer and trans people of color in the U.S. and abroad.
The 2016 collection explores the varied identities of trans and gender expansive youth and young adults.
This documentary is about the legendary Vito Russo who found his voice as a gay activist and critic of LGBTQ representation in the media.
This collection represents a range of LGBT youth experiences—from self-expression to crushes to films that delve into the dangers of bullying.
Two short films, one narrative and one documentary, explore how youth approach LGBT history and politics.
Five short films exploring identity, activism, and the creative process.
Six short films about transgender & gender non-conforming youth adults.
Two short films exploring the impact of marriage and adoption rights in diverse LGBT families.
Two award-winning films profiling three of the founders of the movement for LGBT equality.
A visionary activist and "unknown hero" of the civil rights movement.
A feature-length documentary about the impact and implications of Gender Identity Disorder (GID) on the lives of those who self-identify on the trans* spectrum.
The 2018 collection explores experiences of trans youth, the value of family and community support, and LGBTQ+ life in both urban and rural areas.