Tennessee kids collect office supply for noble cause.

One of the greatest things about documentaries is that they can bring to light simple yet sensational human stories that otherwise might go untold (and unlike a news program like, say, '60 Minutes,' are afforded the time to really dig into them).

Such is the case with 'Paper Clips,' the inspiring story of a rural Tennessee classroom that decided to collect six million clips in memory of every Jew killed in the Holocaust. Soon enough they had Tom Hanks, Bill Cosby and the rest of America helping their cause.

Even the trailer for this doc could leave you teary-eyed -- in which case you should most definitely check out the film in full (or snag it onto your own site) from our friends at SnagFilms.

categories Documentaries