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Students exposed to Film Festival

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School children from across the island got a taste of what is expected at  the upcoming Caribbean Tales Film Festival 2011 when they met for a showing of the American film “All You Got” at St. George Resource Centre, St. George this morning.
United States Chargé d’Affaires Dr Brent Hardt, expressed delight at having the students and teachers who represented schools including Alexandra, Ellerslie, Foundation, Garrison, Grantley Adams, Lester Vaughan, and St. Winifred’s.
Multi-award winning film and television director Neema Barnette was on hand to be part of the opening agenda for the festival which runs until March 20.
Barnette is one of the featured artists for Caribbean Tales Film Festival 2011.

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