| The Bridge Film Festival
by Dana Kester-McCabe
- Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Every year students come together to share their love letters to the world in the form of videos they have made for Brooklyn Friends School's annual Bridge Film Festival. Some are sad some are sweet. All are a unique ministry. The annual competition is for kids from Quaker schools and Meetings producing short films that affirm Quaker values. This program has developed into a special opportunity for witness for the students, the founder of the festival and everyone else associated with it. The following articles share first hand accounts of this year's festival.
Visit the Bridge Film Festival site to see photos from the festival and watch streaming video of the winning entries:
Dana Kester-McCabe is a freelance graphic artist, writer and designer from Bishopville, Maryland.
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