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For Immediate Release
October 19, 2012

Film Addresses the Issues Faced by Todays Youth

Key Info

  • Movie Screening – You Don’t Live on My Street
  • Saturday, October 20; film at 11 a.m., Q&A session at 1 p.m.
  • Clubhouse at the IPFW Student Housing on the Waterfield Campus, close to Trier Road entrance
  • Q & A session with Dr. Rebera Foston, producer/screenplay writer
  • Free and open to the public; media welcome
  • View the movie trailer

FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Do you have problems with your teen? Have you heard from your young adult, “Nobody understands me! I am the only one going through these problems.” If you or someone you know can answer yes to these questions, come to a V.I.P. Movie Screening of You Don’t Live on My Street, Saturday, October 20, 11 a.m., at IPFW Student Housing on the Waterfield Campus Clubhouse. The event is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs at IPFW.

Youth will see themselves and their friends depicted; parents and youth advocates will increase their knowledge on how to assist our future leaders.

Following the 11 a.m. screening the film’s producer/screenplay writer, Dr. Rebera Foston, will facilitate a question and answer session. A light lunch will be served during the session from 1 to 2 p.m. The media is welcome to attend.

The movie screening and question and answer session are free and open to the public. Free popcorn and drinks will be available.

For information about Dr. Rebera Foston, visit The trailer for You Don't Live on My Street can be found online.

For information about the screening of You Don’t Live on My Street, contact Christopher Riley, assistant director of Multicultural Services/CTE Coordinator, at 260-481-6847 or