In From the Outside: Joey Travolta and Inclusion Films

Piluso, Robert
November 2007
Script (10922016);Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p104
The article presents information on the Practical Film Vocational Program founded by American actor, singer and director Joey Travolta. The 24-week, intensive program brings filmmaking to ambulatory and developmentally disabled adults ages 18 and older. Travolta teaches acting, writing, directing and more, expanding in a two-week film camp called Entertainment Experience. As a group, participants are given the opportunity to create short films. Travolta noted the growth of young adults working together to bring out their talent in screenplay as the program's most rewarding experience.


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