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Monday, April 24, 2017 - 2:30pm

Mercy College has teamed up with Movies4Movies to present a block of films by students in the Mercy College Digital Storytelling Learning Community. These films range from educational shorts to compelling personal narratives.


Movies4Movies will hold its spring installment on Sunday, May 21 from 1-5pm at the Dobbs Ferry Public Library. The theme of the festival is Film Education, and will feature three programming blocks: “Making the Documentary Film,” “So you want to make a movie?” and “Digital Storytelling.”


Director of Mercy College Libraries Mustafa Sakarya is very excited about the partnership, “Mercy College is a powerhouse of moviemaking. Every semester, freshmen to grad students across disciplines as wide as critical inquiry and veterinary technology are producing rich and moving digital stories about personal struggle, social and environmental issues and academic achievement.  The Mercy College Digital Storytelling Learning Community is excited to partner with Movies4Movies to screen a block of outstanding student work at the event.”


Admission to all Movies4Movies programs are free, to RSVP for the May 21 event at the Dobbs Ferry Library, click here.