My Way Productions and the Hoboken Historical Museum Present
“Breaking The Silence”
(Hoboken, NJ) My Way Productions and The Hoboken Historical Museum, present the screening of “Breaking The Silence” A short Anti-bullying Docu-fiction film by Anti-bullying activist and filmmaker Frank Gigante on Thursday, May 11th, 2017 at 7:30 PM at the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St, Hoboken, NJ. The event will open with a violin performance dedicated to Tyler Clementi by violinist Anna Mancini. The Host for the event will be Hudson County Freeholder Anthony Romano.
There will be a Q & A and light refreshments following the screening featuring a cake made by Carlos Bakery for the event in support of the fight against bullying. Free Admission. Parking available at the Little man Parking Independence Garage. (Shipyard Lane, at 12th St) The Parking lot Offers 3 hours of free parking with museum validation.
"Breaking The Silence"
An interview documentary that is a must see for parents and teens.
Suicide on account of bullying is growing fast. Experts and victims of bullying share their thoughts on how we can stop this growing epidemic killing our kids.Joseph and Jane Clementi parents of the late Tyler Clementi participated in the film.The film is written by Frank Gigante & Kevin Shipp, - Exec producer Mike Sciarra, - Music : “Mother Love”, Tyler theme”, “Alone” Hope” and Ostinato” Composed by Manuele Carli Ballola. “Crying in the rain” written by Ken Cummings and Charlie Jones and is performed by Sicily.
Special guest for the evening will be Joseph and Jane Clementi (Tyler Clementi Foundation), Anti-Bullying Activist Sergeant First Class Gregory M Williams (New Jersey State police.)
Artie Pasquale (Actor - The Sopranos)