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Students at a Brownsville high school are adding their voices to the national immigration debate through creative film projects influenced by real life fears and anxieties.
“I have a family member that might go through it,” Ahmed says. “It just really hurts.”
Ahmed and her classmates produced the film over four months as part of the Vivid Imagination Program, which helps students learn about movie production and address current events.
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EAST NEW YORK – Students from the Performing Arts and Technology High School in East New York created a short film that reenacts the events of a school. Representatives told News 12 that the trauma and fear are explored in the film called “#Enough.”
The students mainly used cell phones to film and were directed by Vivid Imagination.