fb.indiewire.com Religion is often tied into multiple aspects of American life and education is no exception. Especially in a state like Texas. Director Scott Thurman's film, "The Revisionaries," explores how religion and politics, for better or worse, are often tied together in determining the curriculum in that big old state. When tackling a hot button topic such as this, Thurman says that a particular challenge is trying to make a film that "the left and the right can embrace equally." Thurman hopes to make Tribeca audiences aware of the complicated process that occurs when deciding public school curriculum and then have them make their own opinions on how it should be carried out. What's it about?:

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