Shut Up and Say Something (57 Minute Version)
Catalogue Number: SP0001
Producer: Stranger Productions
Subject: Canadian Social Issues, Documentary, English, Family Studies/Home Economics, First Nations Studies, Guidance, Health and Medicine, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Psychology, Social Issues, Sociology
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2017
Running Time: 57
Closed Captions: Yes
** Coarse Language **
Shut Up And Say Something follows Canadian icon and acclaimed international spoken word artist Shane Koyczan on an emotional road trip to reconnect with the father he never knew. Seen and heard by millions worldwide, Shane's poignant and powerful poems tackle everything from bullying to body image - but behind his larger-than-life stage persona is a private and awkward man. As Shane unravels the story behind his troubled childhood, we get a powerful and intimate look at how a master wordsmith mines the scars of his past for truth, acceptance and the most important poem of his life.
WINNER: VIFF – Most Popular Canadian Documentary
Official Selection: Salt Spring Film Festival, 2018
Official Selection: Calgary Film Festival 2017
“Candid and compelling.” – The Globe and Mail
Inspire by ExampleChris Cull CC0000
A documentary about the prevalence of prescription drug abuse in Canada, and the effects of...
Anti-Social LimitedID Productions ID0001
Sequel to Gemini Award-winning film Broke. "Somebody has to do the dirty work, and I guess...
Alanna One Spot: Redx Talks Seriesiiniistsi Treaty Arts Society RX0009
Alanna One Spot is a Writer, Poet and Performing Artist for the Tsuu Tina First Nation. In this...
Rising AboveStature Films 123003
Rising Above is a Canadian-produced documentary that sheds light on the issue of bullying within...
Gossip, Drama and Social Media SeriesStature Films 123002
In this Canadian-produced series, internationally renowned youth speaker Anthony McLean sits down...