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Item No.: 230413


Part of the Once Upon a Camp video series

Created by Julie Asato, Justin Lin and Daric Loo. Directed & edited by Justin Lin.

Chronicles four high school students as they are given four days to tackle one mission: to find out what life was like for teenagers in camp during World War II. Equipped with a phone and a computer, Kiet, Christina, Miguel and Lluvia embark on a surprisingly emotional journey as they talk to former camp inmates, explore the ruins of an actual camp and ask themselves, “What would I have done?” and “Could this happen to me?”

Suggested grades: 9-12. 33 min. Color DVD.

34th Annual Worldfest Houston, Gold Award, Historical, 2001;
The Videographer Awards, Award of Excellence, Educational Institution/Grades K-12, 2001;
Columbus International Film & Video Festival, Chris Statuette (1st Place), 2000;
Aurora Awards, Platinum Best of Show, 2000

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