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  • Lenox Street
    Lenox Street follows the lives of 19 teenagers from one of Boston’s most violent neighborhood with 39 major school infractions as they enter a three-month performing arts workshop and then go on stage around the city. The film looks at the power of the expressive arts to transform teenagers, particularly teens who are struggling with their identities and place in the world. Lenox Street premiered in the GlobeDocs Film Festival in the fall of 2017 and continues to gain strong critical review. To view the trailer, click:


    Of Cops and Kids
    A second film, Of Cops and Kids, investigates the divide and clash between police and communities of color. Currently being filmed, it follows two inner city teens of color into their lives and independently follows two police officers who patrol their neighborhood. Eventually they will enter a training to discover whether their mutual biases and distrust can be overcome. We anticipate releasing this full length documentary in early 2019. To see a short, 11 minute film that previews the concept, click: