A Teachable Moment Named the “Best Documentary About Chronic Illness”
To say the LAI Video team was surprised when our feature-length documentary, A Teachable Moment, topped Screen Rant’s list of “Best Documentaries About Chronic Illness” would be an understatement.
When we set out to produce A Teachable Moment in 2018, our mission was to chronicle the inspiring stories of four stroke survivors, including our founder, Mark French. We hoped to bring awareness to the challenges they faced on the grueling road to recovery and beyond, as well as preventative lifestyle measures to minimize the chances of others going through those same experiences. We’re undoubtedly honored to not only be included but featured as number one in a list of powerful documentaries that Screen Rant describes at “amazing” and “educating viewers and breaking stigmas.”
A Teachable Moment is available to stream for free on YouTube.
Learn More About A Teachable Moment
For more information on A Teachable Moment and stroke awareness, check out the following blog posts:
- A Teachable Moment Documentary
- A Teachable Moment: A Case Study in Marketing for Good
- LAI Video’s Stroke Doc Plays for Big DC Audience
- LAI Video Wraps Up Its First Movie: A Teachable Moment
- Stroke Awareness and the Power of Explainer Videos
- Stroke and the Power of Video
Our Other Documentaries
We’ve since expanded our feature-length documentary capabilities – and have Emmy® awards to show for it! From 2020-2021, we partnered with DC Public Schools to film documentaries telling the stories of students and teachers at Anacostia and Ballou high schools as they adapted to new ways of learning. You can watch the Emmy® award-winning documentaries here.
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