Bronx documentary making its NY debut

A documentary featuring three Bronx teens is making a big screen debut in Manhattan tonight. "To be Heard" features University Heights High School students who

THE BRONX - A documentary featuring three Bronx teens is making a big screen debut in Manhattan tonight.

"To be Heard" features University Heights High School students who use poetry to deal with poverty, physical abuse and broken families.

Filmmakers shot the documentary over four years. It has won audience awards from New York's Documentary Festival and the Seattle International Film Festival.

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