See this [free] film program: Local Youth Film Shorts @ the MFA

The MFA celebrates Martin Luther King Day with their Local Youth Film Shorts program, a compilation of films made by neighborhood high school kids. The films range from Carthage, Montgomery Alcott's ambitious adaptation of Virgil's Aeneas-and-Dido tragedy, to Darin Jordan's Walmart in Roxbury, a documentary about the impact of the retail giant on the local economy, to Denesha Peter's Strawberry, an intriguing animated interlude about the title fruit. There are nine in all, screened on Monday, January 16 @ 11 am and 1 pm, with the latter screening including a real time audience poll and a Q&A with the filmmakers. That's at the Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave, Boston | free | 617-369-3907 or


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