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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

What a Kid Can Do with a Dream: Film Camp this Summer

This summer, the next Spike Lee, Halle Barry or Cass Henderson will be discovered during a film camp called Reel Dreamz. This not-for-profit organization will teach the basics of film making, from acting to writing and directing to editing and everything in between to Leon County and surrounding area children ages 10 - 17.

Reel Dreamz was born from the success of Double Vision Pictures founders, Cass Henderson and Kenaya Edghill. Think of it as a "pay it forward" camp. Double Vision Pictures seeks to gain positive exposure for women in the film industry and so far, the movie trail has been good to the duo. They're giving back to the community with this film camp.

Reel Dreamz's goal is to expose underprivileged children to the creative film environment and help them tap their imagination.

  • Class sizes will be limited to 20 students, are FREE (my favorite thing) and everything needed for the films will be provided. Registration opened January 1, 2007 and closes April 30, 2007 (SOON!)
  • The 10-week film camp begins June 9, meeting on Saturdays.
  • There is a household income cap of $50,000.
  • How cool is this opportunity? Do you know a creative kid who could benefit from this program?
For more information and registration, visit:

Reel Dreamz
PO Box 604
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Tel: (850) 264-2346

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