Opening Night of the Connecticut Film Festival was attended by many of Danbury's luminaries, such as former mayor, Gene Enriquez and Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy, who also made a stop on the Red Carpet. There was a Hollywood air to the evening, which was brightly lit with the popping flashes of Danbury's paparazzi.
The first evening of the festival ceommenced with a film by Emmy Award winning filmmaker Harvey Hubbell. His latest project is called Dislecksia, which Hubbell had suffered as a child. Hubbell wanted to make a film showing that the disability could be overcome and to prove it, many members of the crew had also struggled with dyslexia. For more information about the film, click here.
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