A Hollywood Production with Charitable Edge

The Stream is made by teens for teens


Going to the movies is always a treat, but what if each movie ticket went directly to charity? This is the idea behind The Stream, a coming of age film for kids and families created by Dreaming Tree Foundation in conjunction with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Using filmmaking as a vehicle to connect, mentor and inspire teens, The Stream is Dreaming Tree Foundation’s first feature film in partnership with a charity. Every movie ticket, DVD, rental or download of The Stream is a contribution to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Funds will be used to reduce the rate of high school dropout, a growing problem that currently affects one million teens each year.
What makes this movie so unique? Over 200 Boys & Girls Clubs of America teens from all over the United States worked on the all youth film crew to produce, film and edit the feature film.
Check out the trailer and be on the lookout for some famous celebrity faces! [Source: The Stream]

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