[Newton, Mass.?] : Lost Nation Pictures, Ltd., 
Video — 1 videodisc (56 min. 40 sec.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; region 1.
Class of '27 / Lost Nation Pictures presents ; directed by James Rutenbeck ; produced & edited by James Rutenbeck (20 min.)
Little dream catchers / Lost Nation Pictures presents ; directed by Dustinn Craig ; produced by Dustinn Craig (17 min.)
Fields of promise / Lost Nation Pictures, in association with Zócalo Media, presents ; directed by Nina Álvarez ; produced by Nina Álvarez ; produced in association with Zócalo Media, Inc. (19 min.)
Extras. The three filmmakers (6 min.) ; A conversation with James Rutenbeck (4 min.) ; A conversation with Dustinn Craig (3 min.) ; A conversation with Nina Álvarez (3 min.) ; A conversation with Hirokazu Yoshikawa (5 min.).
"On native lands of the Upper Midwest, in the hollows of Appalachia and in West Coast migrant camps, parents contemplate a compromised future for their children, facing depressed local economies and soaring dropout rates. But a growing body of research on quality child development offers hope for breaking the cycle of intergenerational poverty. Three diverse filmmaking teams set out across rural America, exploring the lives of our youngest citizens and telling the stories of families and communities coming together-- against the odds-- to guide their children into successful graduates of the Class of '27."--Container.
"In Class of '27, three diverse filmmaking teams set out across rural America to explore the lives of our youngest citizens and tell the stories of families and communities coming together-- against the odds-- to guide their children into successful graduates of the Class of '27."--Publisher's website http://lostnationpictures.com/projects/class-of-27/, viewed 05/08/2017.
"The three stories focus on students, educators, parents and guardians in three locations: Owsley County, KY, the poorest county in the US; along the West Coast with children of farm workers; and in White Earth Nation, the largest and poorest Native American reservation in Minnesota"--Internet movie database.