Hollywood actor, director and writer Joey
Travolta, paid a follow-up visit the studios of Detroit’s Fox 2, on Thursday, Aug. 23, to once again speak about the success of the OUCARES Film Camp. In the interview with Fox 2’s Jason
Carr, Travolta is joined by Nathan, a student who plays the role of a news anchorman. Together, they talk about the camp’s special focus for children affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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OUCARES Film Camp is one of only six such camps nationwide. For two weeks each summer, it brings together 50 campers of ages 10-20 – a combination of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their peers – to write, direct, and star in their own film.
For more information about OUCARES Film Camp, please check out this article: www.oakland.edu/view_news.aspx?sid=31&nid=9011