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Whitwell Middle School in rural Tennessee is the setting for this documentary about an extraordinary experiment in Holocaust education. Struggling to grasp the concept of six-million Holocaust victims, the students decide to collect six-million paper clips to better understand the extent of this crime against humanity. The film details how the students met Holocaust survivors from around the world and how the experience transformed them and their community.

Written by Sujit R. I saw this film at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in early , and am thrilled that it is finally being released.

It moved me to tears with its touching realities, and i tell everyone i know to see it as soon as possible. It is informative, inspiring, and breath-taking I seldom want to travel anymore, but were the wanderlust bug to bite me again, i think that i would head to that little own in Tennessee, to witness this miracle first-hand. Go see this film. Don't think about going or analyze whether it is for Jews-only. Enjoy a night in with these popular movies available to stream now with Prime Video.

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Some parts of this page won't work property. Please reload or try later. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. On Disc at Amazon. As a part of their study of the Holocaust, the children of the Whitwell, TN Middle School try to collect 6 million paper clips representing the 6 million Jews killed by the Nazis, and grows to include millions of others killed.

Elliot Berlin , Joe Fab. Joe Fab , Joe Fab. Linda Hooper as School Prinicpal. Tom Bosley as Himself, Reading Letter. Peter Schroeder as Journalist. Dita Smith as The Washington Post. Rachel Gleitman as Holocaust Survivor. Patrick Martin as Postmaster. Sheila Gluck Levine as Interviewee.

Bernard Igielski as Holocaust Survivor. Samuel Sitko as Holocaust Survivor. Mary Jane Higdon as Interviewee. Joe Grabezak as Holocaust Survivor.

Linda Pickett as Artist. Allison Sutherland as Voice of Lena L. Miranda Ables as Student. Sherrill Atterton as Student. Candice Boston as Student. Angie Castle as Student. Coby Curvin as Student. Laura Davis as Student. Jessica Giles as Student. Tyler Hancock as Student. Ashley Lofty as Student. Ashley McGowan as Student. Christy Nunley as Student. Jessica Partin as Student. Jarvis Powell as Student. Lindsey Rollins as Student. Nicole Sanders as Student. Jennifer Vandergriff as Student.

Chad Ables as Student. Steven Austin as Student. Molly Bailey as Student. Chris Brown as Student. Mindy Bryant as Student. Amanda Elliot as Student.

Eric Fine as Student. David Flynn as Student. Felicia Floyd as Student. Monica Hammers as Student. Ashley Hooks as Student. Breeze Hudson as Student. Chris Johnson as Student. Bruce Kilgore as Student. Laurie Lynn as Student. Holly Norman as Student. Holly Perkins as Student. Chris Privett as Student. Robbyn Reynolds as Student.

Jessica Shipley as Student. Jaide Terry as Student. Lance Webb as Student. James Carroll Jordan as Student. Ashley Clemons as Student. Casey Condra as Student. Heath Cookston as Student. Talena Cookston as Student. Cassie Crabtree as Student. Chaddi Hatfield as Student. Elizabeth Henry as Student. Cassie Higgins as Student. Laura Jefferies as Student.

Mitch Kilgore as Student. David King as Student. Taylor Lawson as Student. Myles Parris as Student. Tory Raulston as Student. Felicia Rollins as Student. Tashawnna Seber as Student. Drew Shadrick as Student. Robyn Sisco as Student. Allison Thomas as Student.

Latosha Worley as Student. Joseph Bailey as Student. Trey Bell as Student.

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Paper Clips Project Paper Clips the Film Paper Clips is the moving and inspiring documentary film that captures how these students responded to lessons about the Holocaust-with a promise to honor every lost soul by collecting one paper clip for each individual exterminated by the Nazis.

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Aug 04,  · Watch video · holocaust | student | paper clip It is a documentary about what started as an 8th grade project in a small town middle school,then developed a world wide appeal and the response was enormous. What made it more unusual is that there was not a single Jewish person living in this town/10(K).

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The Paper Clips Project, (The Paper Clip Project) published in September , that promoted the project in Germany. The big break in the US came with an article in the Washington Post on April 7, , written by Dita Smith. Official movie website; Flickr page with photos of the memorial; Washingtonian article;. and movie stars sent paper clips, and Holocaust survivors traveled to the town to meet the students, and were greeted with tremendous showings of love and respect. This biography of the kids Paper Clip project from Whitwell, TN is incredible. It shows the power of children and what they can achieve while also focusing on the idea that all /5().

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The “Paper Clips Project” extended over several years and in the school dedicated a Children’s Holocaust Memorial, which includes an authentic German railcar filled with a portion of the more than 30 million paper clips they eventually collected. Feb 24,  · The project started slowly, with a clip here and a clip there, and 50, from one donor, and then the Washington Post and Tom Brokaw got on the story and by the time Whitwell's third group of eighth graders were running the project, they had 29 million paper clips.3/5.