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Published on Jun 12, 2012
Free To Be Me is a short documentary which follows a group of 50 kids, ages 10-17, most of whom are on the Autism Spectrum, during a two-week filmmaking camp with Director Joey Travolta in Jacksonville, Florida.
The film takes a behind-the-scenes look at the camp and the making of a series of public service announcements--written, acted, directed, and produced by the campers.
The story shows how a group of kids working with a team of Hollywood film professionals, University of North Florida volunteers, and a community of families, can inspire the world by creating short films of their own.
A FILMLAB Production in association with The HEAL Foundation and Joey Travolta