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Release of Children’s short movie -MY TEACHER MY SCHOOL

Published On : 14 Nov 2016   |  Reported By : Vincent Mascarenhas, Moodbidri


Mangaluru: MY TEACHER MY SCHOOL a short children’s movie is being released on children’s day at St Theresa School, Bendur, by Most Rev Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza, Bishop of Mangalore Diocese. This movie is produced, directed and the script by Rev Fr Nelson D’Almieda, Professor, St Joseph Seminary, Jeppu, Mangalore.

A large number of children, teachers and guests were present on the occasion. Releasing the film the bishop applauded the effort made by Fr Nelson especially teaching moral values through short movies, also invited him to bring out many more such films into light in order lead our children to right path.

Tiny tot Dolwia D’Souza who played student’s role and Mrs Jasmine Moreira who played teacher’s role in the short film were honoured on the occasion. Rev Sr Mariette, Secretary of Bethany Educational Society, Bendur gave review of the film. Rev Fr Joseph Marties, Rector of St Joseph Seminary, Jeppu, welcomed the guests and Rev Fr Nelson D’Almeida thanked the guests and also those who supported for the success of film. Rev Sr Premitha, Principal of St Theresa School was also present at the occasion.







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