APPLETON - Lawrence University's film studies students showed off their efforts Wednesday.
For the school year, students in the Civic Life Program explored community issues.
Five of their documentary-style films premiered Wednesday.
The students paired with community mentors to develop the films.
Each tackles a different topic, but the program's creator says each aims to spark discussion.
"It's about how we develop that sort of conversation among younger people with older people about these issues," said Catherine Tatge, award winning filmmaker.
Tatge who is a 1972 Lawrence grad has been artist-in-residence for the past two years.
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