St. Edward Student Film: "Labyrinth;" CIFF Honors LGBT Filmmaker Jamie Babbit

Credit: St. Edward High School
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Seen any powerful films at this year's Cleveland International Film Festival? On The Sound of Ideas, we’ll introduce you to a gripping short film on the “Labyrinth” of sexual harassment and assault that women navigate daily, produced by students at the all-male St Edward High School. And, a conversation with Shaker Heights native Jamie Babbit who’s getting the newest festival award, DReam Catcher, which celebrates LGBTQ filmmakers. 

Guests: 

-Nick Kuhar, Director of Innovation & Chair of the Film Department, St. Edward High School 

-Malen Cuturic, Senior, St. Edward High School 

-Andre Holland, Senior, St. Edward High School

-Finn Norman, Senior, St. Edward High School 

-Lydia Munnell, Film and English Teacher, St. Edward High School

-Jamie Babbitt, Filmmaker

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