At the heart of non-fictional entertainment programming is the simple truth: you learn something. Our educational shorts get to the crux of a topic in under five minutes, using archival footage to tell an important story about our history, culture or our environment. For Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Earth Day or every day in between, Red Rock Films works with school systems (K-8) and other educational institutions to bring information to life.

Black History Month

Examine race and racism while paying tribute to the African American heroes and heroines of U.S. history. From Jessie Owens to Sojourner Truth, and from The Little Rock 9 to the Tuskegee Airmen, these videos recognize the vast contributions made to American culture.


We all need a healthy planet.  Geared toward elementary and middle school children, dive into the facts of our natural world from Grasslands and Freshwater ecosystems to Coastal and Temperate Forest.

Women's History Month

Celebrate the contributions of women to United States history in science, politics, law, sports, the arts, entertainment, and other fields.  From Althea Gibson to Amelia Earhart, Florence Nightingale to Marie Curie, explore videos that reflect on their tremendous achievements.