The List

THE LIST Educational DVD is now for sale. Bring this film and its lessons about moral responsibility and courage into your classroom. The Educational DVD includes a dozen special video teaching modules that were created specifically to accompany the core standards-based curriculum. These teaching modules are also available online on THE LIST’s For Educators Page.

Buy THE LIST DVD here.

Synopsis

THE LIST tells the story of Kirk Johnson, a modern-day Oskar Schindler who is fighting to save Iraqis whose lives are in danger because they worked for the U.S. government and military to help rebuild Iraq. After leading reconstruction teams in Baghdad and Fallujah for the United States, Kirk discovers that many of his Iraqi friends and colleagues are being targeted as “collaborators with the enemy.” Perceived as traitors, their fates are sealed, and they are systematically hunted—killed, kidnapped, and forced into lives on the run. Frustrated by a stagnating government bureaucracy in the U.S. that fails to protect U.S.-affiliated Iraqis, Kirk begins compiling a list of their names and works with a team of lawyers to get them out of harm’s way. Bound by a sense of moral responsibility and honor, Kirk sets out to redeem a nation that has largely betrayed its Iraqi allies.

THE LIST was filmed over four years in Iraq, Syria Jordan, Egypt, and across the United States.



Supported by:
Chicken & Egg Pictures ITVS ifp Good Pitch Tribeca Film Institute