Student Work: 'Student Film Screening'
Posted January 16, 2013; 02:26 p.m.
Screening of work by students from fall 2012 film course taught by Emily Abt. Jan. 18, 2013, 7-8:30pm in the James M. Stewart '32 Theater, 185 Nassau. Read more.
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STACEY: We've never wanted for anything growing up.
We went to private school...elementary, high school.
GAETEN: This is basically a job too. I wake up every morning.
7 o'clock to come out here and hustle.
PAPI: One block away, to go to the store, is at least 90%
risk of someone pulling up on me and shooting me.
MICHAEL: This is definitely not forever.
MAN: Imagine, imagine a famous painting€-- the Mona Lisa,
anything that you want to
and then you cut it in half and you only get
one half of the painting, so you can never fully
interpret what happened on the other side.
And thatâ€™s very similar to how I feel about this.
It doesn't exist in a lot of places. It's very rare.
So, it's extremely important to preserve it, to protect it,
and to pass down to the next generation the
same opportunities we've had to learn from it.
CHRISTINA MAIDA: Meet Carmela. Otherwise known as Moo.
The strongest little girl you will ever meet.
My team adopted her and her amazing family
three years ago through the Friends Of Jaclyn Program.
The Loschiavo family and our "tiger family"
have since become one.
Even though she and her family are the ones at our games,
we are their biggest fans. This is our story.