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Sprockets – Toronto International Film Festival for Children and Youth starts this week.
Sprockets 2011 Opens With World Premiere Of Pixar’s Hawaiian Vacation.
With more than eighty films from twenty-seven countries spanning all genres, Sprockets brings the world of cinema to Toronto’s audiences, along with an exciting slate of special guests, hands-on family activities and showcases for young filmmakers.
Check out their web site at http://tiff.net/sprockets?sdate=6/4/2011
Check out the Film Camps and Summer Film Programs at Centauri Summer Arts Camp. Located near Toronto, we offer residential film camps and film acting programs for youth ages 8 to 18.
We were notified today of a new Online Video Contest for Kids and Teens. Here are the details:
On June 17th 2010 Filmpossible will be launching, an online video contest in which youth are challenged to create videos under two minutes in length that bring visibility to disability. Videos can tell someone’s story, illustrate changes we can make or dispel myths surrounding disability. Winners will be determined by a panel of celebrity judges and online public voting. There are some terrific prizes to be won, including a cash prize of $5000 for the winner, but more importantly, youth will play a role in creating a world where children with disabilities can live as full participants. The website is www.filmpossible.ca