Middle-school film club continues at Howland
The Reel Life Film Club, a series for middle school students, continues at the Howland Public Library in Beacon at 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 1, with a screening of the 2010 documentary To Be Heard.
Teenager Anthony Pittman. Pittman’s poetry is featured in the documentary To Be Heard, which will be shown on Dec. 1 at the Howland Public Library. (Photo by Edwin Martinez)
The film follows teens in the South Bronx who begin writing poetry as a life-changing experience. One of the directors, Amy Sultan, will take questions after the screening, and pizza will be served. The series is a joint program of the Butterfield, Desmond-Fish and Howland libraries.
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