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Hudson Valley filmmaker Steven Strauss’s latest film concerns 12 fateful hours in the lives of three teenage girls. Their "girls' night out" is a dark journey into the heart of sexuality and violence, placing them in harm's way. Bronze questions conventional pieties and wonders to what extent “bad girls” are knowing actors. Or are these oversexualized teenagers merely naïve girls taking cues from societal influences? The film will be shown at the Downing Film Center in Newburgh on January 30. A discussion will follow the screening. Bronze was an official selection at the Denver Underground Film Festival, Zero Film Festival in Brooklyn, and the Minneapolis Underground Film Festival. www.downingfilmcenter.com

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