Visiting filmmaker Ben Keller, right, shares a laugh with Lewiston High School multimedia technology students while watching “Chuck Danger,” a film by Habbon Abdillahi, second from right, at the school Thursday. Keller, of Scarborough, is in town for the Emerge Film Festival and is one of eight filmmakers who are visiting students at four high schools Thursday and Friday. Seated next to Keller from left are Jayme Loisel, Lillyana Brassard, Rachel Gilbert and Abdillahi. Teacher Sylvie St. Amand stands behind them. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Visiting filmmaker Ben Keller, right, shares a laugh with Lewiston High School multimedia technology students while watching “Chuck Danger,” a film by Habbon Abdillahi, second from right, at the school Thursday. Keller, of Scarborough, is in town for the Emerge Film Festival and is one of eight filmmakers who are visiting students at four high schools Thursday and Friday. Seated next to Keller from left are Jayme Loisel, Lillyana Brassard, Rachel Gilbert and Abdillahi. Teacher Sylvie St. Amand stands behind them. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)


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