Films were created as collaboration between school and Cinema Circus. Ray Ewing

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The common room of the Chilmark School rustled with popcorn bags and whispers on Friday afternoon as the entire school, kindergarten through fifth grades, prepared to become the audience for their own animated films. The projector screen lit up and animated puppets hula-hooped, built forts, played four square, shared snacks and engaged in lively dialogue about conflict, compromise and cooperation.

For more information about the film program, see our article No Need to Run Away for Cinema Circus.


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