Shot in the Dark, FOX Sports Films

FOX Sports and Good Sports team up to bring sports equipment to Chicago youth, with 21st Century Fox matching every donation dollar-for-dollar

To mark the launch of the new documentary Shot in the Dark from FOX Sports Films, FOX Sports has partnered with nonprofit Good Sports to provide much-needed athletic opportunities to Chicago youth. The initiative allows supporters to personally select sports equipment to be donated through Good Sports to various youth programs in the city, and…

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Chasing Genius, Nat Geo

Nat Geo announces winner of ‘CHASING GENIUS: Unlimited Innovation’ challenge

21st Century Fox’s National Geographic and Sprint have announced neurological physical therapist Asha Gummadi as the winner of the “CHASING GENIUS: Unlimited Innovation” challenge. Asha, who is based in Philadelphia, will receive $25,000 to pursue her vision of helping doctors to provide virtual physical therapy in developing countries. This is National Geographic’s second CHASING GENIUS…

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National Geographic "The Race Issue"

National Geographic magazine unveils ‘The Race Issue,’ marks start of series exploring race and diversity in America

National Geographic magazine’s special April 2018 issue will be dedicated to the topic of race and how it defines, separates and unites us. “The Race Issue,” announced today and available in its entirety online now, hits newsstands March 27. It will kick off National Geographic’s “Diversity in America” series for the rest of 2018, which will…

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Gillian Anderson as FBI Special Agent Scully

The Scully Effect: Celebrating The X-Files’ enduring character Dana Scully and the scientific phenomenon she inspired

One of the longest-running science fiction series in network TV history, FOX’s The X-Files follows FBI special agents Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) as they investigate unexplained cases set aside by the government. A medical doctor and realist, Agent Scully is the foil to Agent Mulder’s conspiracy theorist character, and served…

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Ferdinand

21CF Global Inclusion hosts sensory-friendly screening of ‘Ferdinand’

To mark the release of “Ferdinand,” the newest animated adventure from Twentieth Century Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios, parent company 21st Century Fox hosted a special sensory-friendly screening on the Fox lot in Los Angeles on the film’s opening night. The Dec. 15 event welcomed families from Fox and the Autism Society of Los Angeles who have children…

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Battle of the Sexes

21CF makes Battle of the Sexes DVD and discussion guide available for free to educators to encourage classroom conversation on gender equality and LGBT issues

21st Century Fox has strengthened its partnership with the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) with the release of a free Battle of the Sexes curriculum guide for the classroom. Inspired by the true story of world tennis champion and WSF founder, Billie Jean King, the curriculum offers materials for teachers to guide their students through discussions…

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National Geographic Society Board of Trustees awards over $4 million in grants to fuel work of scientists, educators, and explorers

The National Geographic Society recently approved more than $4 million for 111 grants, further strengthening the 21CF partner’s commitment to investing in science, exploration, conservation, storytelling, education, and technology. These awards complete the annual grants cycle, with over 600 grants totaling nearly $12 million awarded in 2017 to help address the planet’s most critical issues…

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