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photo Pictures from Camp
By Braun Farnon & Jeth Weinrich
Red Motel Pictures

This unusual video chronicles the summer camp experiences of a group of kids brought together by a common journey: all of them, ages six to eighteen, have cancer. More than just a documentary, this kinetic home movie portrait of wisdom and courage will help other kids with cancer and their parents to realize that they are not alone in their struggle, and that there can still be room in their lives for normal adolescent experiences.

24 minutes
© 1992
Purchase $99 VHS
Order No. QA-113
ISBN (VHS) 1-57295-113-3

Awards & Conference Screenings
Silver Apple, National Educational Film Festival

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To rent or purchase this film, please visit the Icarus Films website