Brooklyn Girl Film Festival Schedule Announced!!

Come show your support for It Was A Tuesday on Friday, March 30 at 5pm.

Short Films, Block 3

Ad & Subtract
Animated Short, Directed by Laura Stephens
The world of a junior accountant explodes in hundreds of resumes after he learns that his boss put an ad in the paper to replace his job.

No Offense
Short Narrative, Directed by Danielle Sepulveres
Ryan is skeptical of Brandon’s career choice as an actor, but a day together in Ryan’s office shows some surprising and striking parallels between the corporate world and the entertainment world.

Papillon
Short Narrative, Directed by Delphine Le Courtois
Spending the summer alone with her grandmother, Nolwen sees herself differently. 

It Was A Tuesday
Documentary Short, Directed by Jennifer Casriel
A group of New York City high school kids discuss their memories of 9/11, an event they witnessed as 6 years olds.

Click here for the entire festival line up and TICKETS!!

Click here for Brooklyn Launch Pad location information.

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  • About Me

    Teacher and first time filmmaker, Jennifer Casriel, uses her relationship with her high school students to help capture their memories of 9/11. The 10th graders interviewed for the film were six years old and entering 1st grade in 2001. In working on the film, it became apparent that this story is about more than the students' memories. It is about resilience, optimism and how life goes on. It is also about families and how they handled communicating the events and meaning of this tragic day. Some students interviewed their parents, who reflected upon their memories and their concerns for their children and what they did to protect their child's innocence. 'It Was a Tuesday' provides a unique, delicate, perspective to an event that affected all of us.
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