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Will Zammit-Miller, Staff Reporter

Will Zammit-Miller is a rising junior from Brooklyn. Will is a passionate artist, working in various mediums such as photography, writing, graphic design, and film. Primarily devoted to his work in filmmaking, Will is a film director with a short film coming out in August 2023. Will is also a working photographer, published by the associated press in The Atlantic, The New York Daily News, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. He attended the Interlochen Center for the Arts summer program for Film and New Media and will return for the summer of 2023. Will is set to leave PMHS for the 2023-2024 school year and attend the Walnut Hill School for the Arts as a part of their Writing Film and New Media program for the remainder of his high school career.

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Residents gather on the front steps of the Town House to celebrate.

Many from town show LGBTQ solidarity at Pelham Pride Picnic

By Will Zammit-Miller, Staff Reporter
June 24, 2023

Storm clouds were not the only thing casting a shadow over the Pelham Pride Picnic. Anti-LGBTQ actions in other states hung over the celebration, at the same time, encouraging Pelhammites to take action....

Director Rod Webber, standing in front of a car on fire in Minneapolis during last years Black Lives Matter Protests.

‘Dumpster Fire,’ opening at Picture House Tuesday, is meant to drive you off your couch

By Will Zammit-Miller, Staff Reporter
December 7, 2021

Director Rod Webber hopes his new political documentary, "2020: The Dumpster Fire," will shock people off of their couches and out of the mainstream media. "Why sit on your couch when these people walk...

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