Joey Travolta’s Inclusion Films is a program designed to provide people with developmental disabilities an entry-level working knowledge of film production.
During Summer Camp, a group of training professionals teach children with special needs (ages 6-18) acting, improv-comedy, digital filmmaking, and animation. Typical peers and siblings are welcome to create an inclusive environment.
They hold short film camps on college campuses all over the country. The program is designed to develop self-esteem, confidence, and creativity through acting, improvisation, and digital filmmaking. Students learn essential skills for a career in film in a non-competitive environment.
The Inclusion Films workshop seeks to display, encourage, and promote the creative skills and strong work ethic of talented filmmakers who have a developmental disability, ultimately allowing them to become employed as well as more independent, self confident, and well-rounded individuals.
Website: Inclusion Films – Camp
Phone: (818) 591-3345
Office Location: 23161 Ventura Blvd. Suite 102 Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (map)