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FRAMINGHAM – Pratt Institute graduate Alex Leombruno’s film I LOVE YOU DON’T LEAVE ME has been selected for the 2022 Worldwide Women’s Film Festival.

The film is based on a young girl dealing with the struggles of an eating disorder.  The film was her senior thesis at Pratt.

Leombruno is a Framingham High graduate.

The Worldwide Women’s Film Festival educates, supports, and empowers women in the collaborative endeavor of filmmaking while we shine a light on women’s stories, stories by women, and other diverse experiences across all genders.”

Qualified films have at least one woman in at least one key creative role: Writer, Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Composer, or other significant key role.

The 4th Annual Festival is scheduled for February 18-20 in Arizona.

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