Documentary Educational Resources

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Documentary Educational Resources (DER) is a US non-profit producer and distributor of film and video in anthropology and ethnology.

It was founded in 1968 by independent filmmakers John Marshall and Timothy Asch and is based in Watertown, Massachusetts. Its mission is "to promote thought-provoking documentary film and media for learning about the people and cultures of the world.".[1]


  1. ^ Documentary Educational Resources. "Documentary Educational Resources". Documentary Educational Resources.

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