Each child had a job so they could get this movie done.
“Some kids were actors, everybody helped write the script, some kids helped with props and sets and getting everything ready,” said Maturin. She and one other teacher were the directors for the movie. Every movie has a message, Maturin said, and this movie’s message is: “It is not that hard to recycle, and it is a good lesson to learn.”
The students are really excited to share their hard work with everyone at the festival!
This year’s film festival is part of a daylong Green on the Green held at Pioneer Park at Headquarters Plaza, Morristown, on Saturday, Sept. 17. MorristownGreen.com is partnering with Sustainable Morristown for the event, which will feature local entrepreneurs showcasing the latest green technologies during the day; musical performances throughout the afternoon; and the Fourth Annual MorristownGreen.com Film (&Music!) Festival in the evening. Viewers will vote for Best Picture, and trophies and prizes will be awarded for fans’ favorite videos. We expect a large crowd from Greater Morristown to be joined by visitors to the Gran Fondo NJ, a new bicycling event that should draw thousands to town. MG also is pleased to welcome BASF and Covanta Energy as corporate sponsors this year.