Film Explores Oakland Teens' Artistic Collaboration

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The documentary film "F R E E" follows five Oakland teenagers over a year as they transform their personal struggles and stories into a collaborative dance performance. The teens are part of Oakland's Destiny Arts, a violence prevention and arts education center. We'll talk with one of the teens featured, as well as the film's producer and the artistic director of Destiny Arts Center about the fundamental role art can play in navigating life challenges.

F R E E - Official Trailer from Mill Valley Film Festival on Vimeo.

Guests:

Sarah Crowell, artistic director of Destiny Arts Center

Suzanne LaFetra, producer of the documentary "F R E E," which premiers at the Mill Valley Film Festival October 11

Jamany Snead, one of the five teens featured in the documentary "F R E E"

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