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Local high school students in Clifton, Ohio have created a documentary to share their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The project was a year-long assignment given to students in three different grades at DePaul Cristo Rey High School.

The film, which is 90 minutes long, highlights life before, during, and after the pandemic, including setbacks and comebacks.

The students enlisted the help of filmmaker Jason Young and learned new skills like acting, directing, animations, and marketing.

The documentary gives the students a voice and a form of self-expression.

The premiere of the docu-series will be held with a red carpet walk-up at the DePaul Cristo Rey Clifton campus, and it is free and open to the public.

The students hope that everyone will come out to support them and listen to their stories.

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