Here's three. No wait . .
There are four. All finished. The sun is setting and therefore the light is dim. It's OK, I love them. (Does ok really have to capitalized?)
Intergenerational Hollywood Film School. Remember? I was going to post some photos, but there was the fire. Then I forgot until I was putting together an album for my trusty companion, Charles.
One of the highlights of the film school was a program about stunts by a working stunt man named Jason. Here he is strangling a young teen.
Here (center) is Charles being strangled.
Charles smiling after being strangled. Smiling at the strangler.
Charles is filming a scene from our movie, "The Moral Policy". We used the 19th floor lounge as an office. The program leaders gave the kids a theme and they wrote, directed, filmed, edited and added music. Grandparents helped a little especially with acting. In our group there were 6. Three boys and their grandmothers.
The theme was good vs evil.
There was also a make-up artist. Pretty disturbing, eh?
Charles got a very realistic scar. He looks a bit dangerous, doesn't he?
We also took a tour of the Sony Pictures Studios. They were once MGM Studios. This building had offices and a display of Academy Awards. It has also been used in movies. It was the high school building in "Back to the Future."
Once again I want to recommend Road Scholar Intergenerational programs for fun and learning with a grandchild. They have them for all ages of kids from 6-17, they have separate ones for teens and younger kids.
PS Our movie " The Moral Policy" is about 8 minutes long. I will try to post it when I figure out how to do that. I first need to get it off the flash drive. More soon about, well, whatever. Ciao.