Free Film “Neuqua on Drugs” to Screen Dec. 3, 95th Street Library
The award-winning film, “Neuqua on Drugs,” will be shown at a special screening on Monday, Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the 95th Street Library, 3025 Cedar Glade Dr. There is no admission for the screening. The film is presented in partnership with Naperville Patch, an online newspaper.
Student filmmakers Kelly McCutheon and Neuqua Valley High School senior Jack Kapson, will be in attendance Dec. 3. Over the course of three months, they interviewed 25 high school students for the film. All of students’ stories are emotional and uncensored.
For more information visit http://naperville.patch.com/articles/patch-naperville-public-library-present-neuqua-on-drugs.
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