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Camp Columbia - A Red Carpet Premiere

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Hannah, who starred in "Camp Columbia" as Dawn, stopped to autograph the evening program.
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Austin interviewed the cast and crew including Nico, who starred as Filmore, and David, who played the role of the army general.
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Jessica and Jakhai pause for a post-premier photo on the red carpet with Jessica's Best Director Award.
Washington, CT - “Camp Columbia,” a film by the 2011 Glenholme Movie Club, had its world premiere in The Center for the Arts on Thursday, August 4, 2011, with all of the red carpet glitz and glamour of a true Hollywood debut. The film’s actors, directors, producers, screen writers, and crews both production and sound paraded down the red carpet, greeted their fans, smiled for the flashing cameras, and paused to sign autographs as they made their way into the theater for the first big screen showing of “Camp Columbia.”

The film tells the extraordinary story of six friends who, upon discovering a strange journal, embark on an adventure to solve the mystery surrounding Camp Columbia a military base inexplicably abandoned forty years ago. Set in modern day New England, the color film flashes back to black and white images of the military camp and hospital during the late 1960s, where service men were suffering from a mysterious illness. A handful of student and staff cameos throughout the film provide just the right amount of comedic relief. Ultimately, “Camp Columbia” delivers a heartwarming finale, sure to please critics and audiences alike.

The Glenholme Movie Club is a year-long project in which students produce an entire film, from concept to conclusion. The Movie Club not only provides students with an excellent forum to practice communication and teamwork, but also encourages them to harness and draw upon their own creativity, and to try new roles that they have not had the opportunity, or confidence, to attempt in the past. Now entering its sixth year, the Club continues to grow in popularity.

Rated G, "Camp Columbia" is a definite "must see" for everyone in the Glenholme community. Mark Bonaguide, the Movie Club’s instructor, told Glenholme newscasters that "it is, by far, our best production to date.”

The Glenholme Movie Club is a year-long project in which students work through the entire movie making process from concept to conclusion. The club offers students an excellent opportunity to develop cooperation and teamwork skills. It also encourages students to draw on their own creativity and challenges them to try new roles that they have not had the opportunity, or confidence, to attempt in the past. The success of the Movie Club is evident as it enters its sixth year and its popularity continues to grow.

The Glenholme School is a therapeutic boarding school for young people diagnosed with Asperger's, ADHD, PDD, OCD, Tourette's, depression, anxiety as well as learning differences. The program provides a treatment milieu designed to build competence socially and academically. Our learning environment supports and enhances the success of special needs students. For more information about The Glenholme School and its program, visit http://www.theglenholmeschool.org/. Devereux Connecticut.
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The Glenholme School is accredited as an independent boarding school for children with special needs by The New England Association of Schools and Colleges, with diploma granting privileges. Glenholme is a member of the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools, licensed by the Connecticut Department of Children and Families, and approved by the Connecticut Board of Education, New Jersey Department of Education, California Department of Education, and the New York State Education Department.The Glenholme School, 81 Sabbaday Lane, Washington, Connecticut 06793, phone: 860-868-7377, fax: 860-868-7894, email: info@theglenholmeschool.org

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