Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 pm.
View The Mask You Live In trailer
Watch the post-film panel discussion
John Tunas is Director of Sports, Fitness, and Recreation at the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester.
John began his affiliation with the Club as a member. Later, as a teen, he became an after school, Fun Club counselor. In 2012 he took on more responsibility as both a Preschool teacher and Physical Education director. In 2016 John further increased his role in the Club by becoming a member of the Development team, handling marketing, fundraising and public relations. He has been the primary facilitator of the Passport to Manhood program since 2014.
Ben Zebelman, Volunteer Youth Sports Coach, Ossining Youth Lacrosse and Ossining AYSO Soccer.
Ben is an award-winning composer, arranger, producer, and music entrepreneur with nearly 20 years of experience composing music. While at Ithaca College, Ben was a 4-year member of the lacrosse team, where during his senior year was elected a tri-captain, helping lead his team to NCAA playoffs. He has been a youth sports coach in Ossining for the past 9 years with Ossining AYSO soccer, and the past five years with Ossining Youth Lacrosse where he re-booted the K-2 grade team five years ago.
Siobhan Masterson, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, ANDRUS.
Siobhan Masterson, LCSW-R, is a licensed clinical social worker with expertise in working with children, adolescents and families. She has provided individual, group and family therapy in a range of settings from hospital to private practice for the last 25 years, with a special focus in treating complex trauma and promoting social and emotional education. Most recently she served as the clinical and campus director of the ANDRUS campus program, where she oversaw treatment services to more than 150 students with complicated mental health needs.
Currently, she serves as ANDRUS’ Associate Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, responsible to develop innovative treatment programs that serve the children in ANDRUS’ residential program and Orchard School. She is a trainer in a range of topics, including sand tray therapy and play therapy, body and emotion regulation strategies, and the Sanctuary model. She is also a mother of three children.
“In feature films the director is God; in documentary films, God is the director.” ~Alfred Hitchcock
It is our mission to bring our community together to watch, enjoy and engage in conversations about documentaries.
We choose documentaries we hope will open our eyes collectively to issues that are important to our lives in Ossining.
At these free screenings, we will have a panel of experts available to answer questions and facilitate our discussion.
We hope that the issues raised in the documentary will encourage the viewers to ask questions and seek out ways to make a difference in Ossining and in The World. Please check our schedule and mark your calendars for our upcoming screenings.
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