A short movie, encouraging people to become active in ending child soldiering in Africa, made during Campus MovieFest (CMF). CMF is the world's largest student film festival, traveling to over 50 colleges and universities across the country and abroad, providing teams of students with Apple laptops, Panasonic HD cameras, ATandT phones, and all of the training and support they need to make five-minute movies in one week.
Started 9 years ago by four students at Emory University, Campus MovieFest has grown into the premiere outlet for short student films. Partnered with the Elfenworks Foundation for a special bonus category, CMF encourages student filmmakers to produce content that demonstrates how hope or fear might contribute to poverty, hunger, and other social injustices, as well as possible solutions.
Topics: Soldier, College, War, Miliary, Humans Rights, Political Issue, Filmmaking, Student, Africa, Children