Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • March 25, 2009 Ridgewood Peabody and Emmy award-winning filmmaker Barbara Rick will address the College Club on April 7 at 1 p.m. at the Ridgewood Public Library. In October 2006, Rick was invited by Deborah Santana to film her family’s first trip to South Africa. Led by Artists for a New South Africa, this Filmmaker Barbara Rick to address College Club unique delegation included Carlos Santana, Samuel L. Jackson, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Alfre Woodard, CCH Pounder, Jurnee Smollett, and others dedicated in the fight against AIDS and extreme poverty. Shot by Rick and her cinematographer husband Jim Anderson, “Road to Ingwavuma (ing-wah-VOOM-ah) is a powerful documentary about this remarkable trip and ANSA’s continuing efforts to be of service to the people South Africa. The film features appearances by Former President Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu and many other distinguished heroes. “Road to Ingwavuma” had been chosen Opening Night Film at the 2008 Boston International Film Festival, Closing Night Film at the Creatively Speaking series at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and is an official selection of the 2008 Mill Valley Film Festival. In 2004, Rick won numerous honors at festivals around the world for her acclaimed feature, “In Good Conscience: Sister Jeannine Gramick’s Journey of Faith.” This cinema verité portrait of an American nun facing down the Vatican in support of gay and lesbians was shot by Albert Maysles. Rick grew up in Ridgewood, attended the local schools, and remains tied to Ridgewood as her parents and brother remain in town. She worked for Gabe Pressman, Channel 4 NBC News, as his researcher and producer for years and gained invaluable background from this experience. She also directed, produced and co-wrote the 2001 PBS film, “She Says: Women in News,” for which she won the Outstanding Informational Programming - Long Form Emmy Award and was cited as a 2002-2003 DuPont-Columbia award finalist. Rick’s documentaries have received grants from Ellen DeGeneres, Susan Sarandon, Trudie Styler, Agnes Gund, Tom Fontana, Deborah Santana, the van Ameringen Foundation, the Andrew Goodman Foundation, and many others. Rick served as a freelance writer/producer at ABC News from 1994-2005 where she wrote copy for network anchors Charles Gibson, Peter Jennings, Barbara Walters, Diane Sawyer, Bob Woodruff, Terry Moran, and Elizabeth Vargas. For additional information and tickets, contact The Ridgewood Police Department Detective Bureau is currently investigating two home burglaries that occurred during daylight hours. On March 6, a Mulberry Place resident reported a burglary that took place when a lock was broken on a basement window and the perpetrator apparently crawled inside. The incident took place between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Police report two home burglaries On March 9, a Red Rock Court resident reported a burglary in which the home was entered through an unlocked door. The home was ransacked, and cash and jewelry were taken. A resident of the area reported a black male and a white male wearing dark colored clothing and carrying a white shopping bag in the vicinity. A K-9 search was unsuccessful. J. KOSTER 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk Proceeds to benefit the Waldwick Ambulance Corps, Waldwick Community Alliance and town beautification projects. We are collecting canned food for Emmanuel Cancer Foundation. ������ �� �������� � �������� Date: Location: Registration: Race Time: Course: 5K Entry Fees: April 26, 2009 Waldwick High School Track & Field Goody bags, post race refreshments 7:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. at the Waldwick High School Track Wyckoff Avenue & Hopper Avenue 5K Race: 9:00 a.m. 1 Mile Fun Walk: 9:30 a.m. 5K certified course and sanctioned by the USATF $15.00 pre-race fee received by April 1st $20.00 registration received by April 18th $25.00 registration after April 18th or on day of race Race day T-shirt to all pre-registrants and post-registrants (while supplies last) Rain or shine. $8.00 received by April 1st No refunds will $10.00 after April 1st and on day of race be given. Course Description: Fast, rolling hills, scenic park, track finish 1 Mile Fun Walk: No pets, roller blades, bikes, or skateboards during the 5K Run Strollers will be permitted during the 1 Mile Fun Walk Online application available at Additional information and directions on Race results will be available on