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 Lemonade Stories aired  nationwide- primetime on CNNfn.  In addition, N.O.G.A - Channel 9 (ISRAEL) broadcast LEMONADE STORIES nationwide in Israel.  Lemonade Stories has also been broadcast nationwide in the UK, Middle East, New Zealand, Latin America, and Hong Kong.

C-SPAN televised the Lemonade Stories panel discussion about whether entrepreneurs are made or born (with Arthur Blank, Kay Koplovitz, Mary Mazzio, Tom Scott, Billy Starr, Molly Blank and Jane Scott) which was held at Babson College.  

The film, which premiered at Babson College as part of the 25th Anniversary of Founder's Day, was awarded the 1st Place Judge's Commendation for BEST DOCUMENTARY by the Rhode Island International Film Festival, one of the few film festivals to qualify entries for Academy Award consideration. 

To arrange a film screening or presentation with either Mary Mazzio or a Babson College professor, please call us at 781-237-3329 or email us by clicking here.  For a list of prior speaking engagements, please click here. To order the DVD, please click here.

Institutions, film festivals, corporations, and schools which have purchased the educational version of the film or which have hosted screenings include:   Asper Center for Entrepreneurship - University of Manitoba (Canada);   Babson College (MA);   Blue Hill High School (Blue Hill, NE);  Carleton University (Ontario, Canada); Carlson School of Management (University of Minnesota);  Center for Women's Leadership (MA);  Chadron State College (NE); Cornell University (NY);  Courthouse Center for the Arts (Rhode Island); Dalton State College (GA);   De La Salle University - Manila (Philippines); Del Valle Independent School District (Texas); Dennison University (Ohio); elabSSJ (San Paulo, Brazil);    Francis Marion University (SC);  Gering Public Schools (Nebraska); Gering Civic Center - (State of Nebraska's Economic Development Conference); Goehner High School (Goehner, NE);  Hiroshima University of Economics (Japan);  Ivy Tech State College (IN); Jane Pickens Theater (RI); Katy Independent School District , Texas (where film is formally incorporated into 12th grade economics curriculum); The Key Program (MA); Librarie Eyrolles - Paris (France); Library Bound (Canada - for distribution to several Canadian high schools and colleges); Madison Metropolitan School District (Madison, WI);  Manchester Metropolitan University (Cheshire -  UK); McCook High School (McCook, NE);    Mid West Theater (Gering, NE);  MJ Neeley School of Business - Texas Christian University (TX);  Millikin University (Decateur, IL); Mississippi Development Authority - Business Incubator System (Mississippi);  Morgan Stanley (NY);  Morton Ranch High School (Katy, Texas); Murray State University - College of Business and Public Affairs (Murray, KY); Muvico Parisian (West Palm Beach, FL); National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NY) - incorporated into teacher curriculum;  Nebraska City High School (NE); Nebraska Department of Economic Development (Lincoln, Nebraska); Palm Beach International Film Festival (FL - Official Selection); Pepperdine University (CA);   Pioneer Technology Center (Ponca City, OK);   Pine Manor College (MA);    Ravenna High School (Ravenna, NE);   Rhode Island International Film Festival (Official Selection - 1st place Judge's Commendation for Best Documentary) - the Revival Theater, RI; Resurrection Catholic Secondary School (Ontario, Canada); Roving Eye Documentary Film Festival (RI - Official Selection); San Diego State University - MBA for Executives Program (CA);   Santa Monica College (CA); Scotia Glenville High School (Scotia, NY); Scottish Institute for Enterprise (Scotland); Silver Creek High School (Sellersburg, IN);   SolidWorks Corporation (MA); Southeast Missouri State University (Cape Giradeau, MO); Springboard Convention;   Suffolk University - Sawyer School of Management (MA); Stuart High School (Stuart, NE);  Sunrise Cinemas (Boca Raton, FL);  Susquehanna University (Selinsgrove, PA);  Swampscott High School (Swampscott, MA);  Swansea Bay Film Festival (Wales, UK - Official Selection in 2007); Symposium of Entrepreneurship Educators (SEE);  Texas A&M University (TX); Tiburon International Film Festival (CA - Official Selection);  Universite de Sherbrooke (Quebec, Canada);  University of Charleston - Entrepreneurship Center (VA);   University of Edinburgh (Scotland); University of Idaho - College of Business and Economics;  University of Lowell (MA);   University of Manitoba- Asper Center (Canada);   University of New Castle Upon Tyne (Britain);  University of New Hampshire - Laboratory of Interactive Learning (NH); University of St. Thomas - O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library (Saint Paul, MN); University of Wisconsin-Madison: Fluno Center for Executive Education (WI); University of The West Indies at St. Augustine (Trinidad);  Vinal Technical High School (CT); Washington University - JFK Library (WA);  World Entrepreneurs Organization (MA Chapter);  TEC of Monterrey (Mexico);  Warrington College of Business - University of Florida (FL); Wellesley Library (MA);  Wellesley Mothers Forum (MA); World Entrepreneurs Organization (MA Chapter); Western Washington University (Bellingham, WA); Young Entrepreneurs Organization (MA Chapter);  Wyoming Seminary Upper School (Kingston, PA); Y-Point Bio Analytical (bi-annual company meeting).

NOTE:  The film is appropriate for 7th grade students and beyond. For K-6, we have curriculum available, but would recommend the use of 5 segments (which is outlined in the teaching guide) as two segments in the film deal with material which may not be appropriate for young children (drugs and the tumultuous 1960s).

 

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