Thursday, May 10, 2012
Military children with autism will have the opportunity to learn about filmmaking this summer through a free two-week program in San Diego.
Joey Travolta, actor and brother of John Travolta, will be the students' guide - with the help of professional filmmakers from Inclusion Films, Travolta's filmmaking workshop for adults with disabilities.
According to ACT Today!:
This experience will not only give participants the opportunity to work with professional film makers, but will promote individual creativity, build self-esteem, and may lead to lasting friendships.
The program takes place from June 18 through June 29 at Cox Communications Headquarters in San Diego. The short film produced by the budding filmmakers will be debuted in September at a special red carpet premiere.
There's still time to apply. To find out more about the program, click here.