Kids In The Spotlight’s First Annual Red-Carpet Fundraiser Showcases and Awards 10-Minute Films Created by, Written by, Cast by and Starring Kids!
The festival held on saturday October 30, 2010 was a wonderful success. The event helped to raise money for feature films by kids, while highlighting and rewarding the talents of the kids who participated. It was a star studded event, Host Harry J. Lennix and Sherri Shepherd , which presented eight kid created films on various subjects. (check out pictures from that night) The kids were then awarded Jordan Awards for categories from Best Actress to Best Film.
The films will now be sold in a compilation to the public to help raise more money for the continuation of the work of Kids In The Spotlight. The Los Angeles Public Library has already bought copies and the films can be checked out by the public.
A brief synopsis of each film is below.
Los Angeles Public Library Central Office
Teen Scape Dept.
630 W. Fifth St.
Los Angeles, CA 90071
The Other Way Around
(Comedy) In this wacky fantasy a mischievous student gets a taste of his own medicine.
The Lonely Ones
(Drama) Four brothers struggle to survive on the streets after their mother makes a devastating decision.
Rescue of the Four
(Documentary) Three young filmmakers get a taste of Hollywood when they pitch their action adventure idea.
What Lays in Tiffany’s Mind
(Drama) A powerful story of a teenage girl’s battle with the opinions of others.
The Weird Ones
(Comedy) Things get really weird when the school geeks take on the school bully.
Drama Between the Teens
(Dramedy) Love and revenge are served up piping hot when a young couple face-off in the school cafeteria.
Out in these Streets
(Drama) Rebellion drives a young girl to the streets where she learns the hard way that the streets are not just made for walking.
(Comedy) It’s just not Mike’s day—especially when he’s kidnapped by the dumbest kidnapper…ever.