History Channel Toolkit
HISTORY® has developed this No Place on Earth education guide with activities, discussion questions and links to additional resources for the classroom.
IWitness Information Quest
USC Shoah Foundation’s IWitness announces the launch of a new Information Quest built to complement the film No Place on Earth.
To access more information about the Stermers, the caves and the story behind No Place On Earth visit the “Dig Deeper” section of the website. There we’ve provided additional content, videos, images and more.
Take Your Class to The Theater
If you’re interested in bringing a student group to the theater, please email Neal Block at Magnolia Pictures for more information. Groups must be 12 or more, and payment must be made for these ticket-buys in advance. For a list of upcoming showtimes, Click Here
If you would like to have a screening of the film in your classroom, please contact Swank Motion Pictures at 1-800-876-5577. Classroom screenings will be available after June 1. Until then, the only way to see the film will be in theaters.
Priest’s Grotto: The Start to the Story
In 2007, Chris Nicola and National Geographic photographer Peter Lane Taylor wrote a young adult book, “The Secret of Priest’s Grotto – A Holocaust Survival Story”.
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