Pictures of Boys Nyte from the Third Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Fest

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They say dynamite comes in small packages. These 12-year-olds cranked out BIG sound at Friday’s Third Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Festival.

Boys Nyte charmed the crowd on the lawn of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Morristown. Here are some photos that try to capture the excitement.

Boys Nyte: L-R, Ryan Skoletsky, Jevon Jorge, Jaylon Jorge, Domenico Randazzo and Ricky Webber. Photo by Sharon Sheridan

Domenico Randazzo making his debut with Boys Nyte, at the MorristownGreen.com Film Festival. Photo by Sharon Sheridan
Ricky Webber of Boys Nyte at the Thirs Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Fest. Photo by Sharon Sheridan

The Daroczi family -- Attila, 3, Erica and Emese, 6 -- recently moved to the area and were attending their first film fest. Sharon Sheridan photo
Jaylon Jorge takes the mic for Boys Nyte at the Third Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Fest. Photo by Sharon Sheridan

Boys Nyte headlines at the Third Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Festival. Photo by Sharon Sheridan.
SERIOUS BASS: Jevon Jorge means business during Boys Nyte set at the Third Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Fest. Photo by Sharon Sheridan

Ryan Skoletsky, left, and Jevon Jorge of Boys Nyte sing at the Third Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Festival. Photo by Sharon Sheridan.

Peter Jorge of SoundBound Audio adjusts the sound for Boys Nyte at the Third Annual MorristownGreen.com Film Fest. Photo by Sharon Sheridan

We're not sure if she voted, but we suspect Ginger's favorite film was about Harold the chicken. Sharon Sheridan photo
Diana Wilcox and two of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer youth who went on the mission trip that inspired Diana's film. Sharon Sheridan photo
St. Peter's youth leader Katherine Madpak, second from right, and youth from St. Peter's and Redeemer turned out to support Diana Wilcox's film about their summer mission trip. Sharon Sheridan photo
Second-place winner Diana Wilcox chats with Kevin Coughlin before the screenings. Sharon Sheridan photo
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  1. What a wonderful nite, the town was ALIVE thanks to Kevin and his great idea of doing the 3rd.Morristown Film Festival , I am pleased to be your friend. Kudos for his EXCELLENT attention to each aspect of the event , and to all the work he and his crew did to pull off this venture . I grew up in the movie and music business in Hollywood and kevin you made MORRISTOWN MUSIC. To have such a wonderful turnout and for the guests to mingle and Jam with the band was toooooo cool. No one wanted to leave, a good time was had by all. ….CHEF MELODY

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