It’s all about your Journey

It’s all about your Journey

THIS WHAT TMICRADIO IS ALL ABOUT! Forget about chasing the money and get on your journey and if it is TRULY YOUR JOURNEY all the glitter, paper and gold will follow, but also will the love that you gave to help make this a better world. Are you in? Share your gift,talent,dream or inspiration with www.tellmeican.com andwww.facebook.com/tmicradio and maybe one of our raadio hosts will have you on their show. ENJOY THE VIDEO AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE!...
JFI Kids Learning Through Cinema

JFI Kids Learning Through Cinema

The Junior Filmmakers Initiative or “JFI” was launched on January 14, 2013 and in recent weeks, youngsters in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area have been delighting in the production of their very own film, entitled “Chihuahua Rampage”. The program is now slated to come to other Triad area schools. “Our objective was to give local children a real taste of the creative process that goes into making a film production. We crafted the program in a way that promotes creativity, teamwork, reading skills and writing in a way that effectively conveys their ideas,” explained Howard Venable, the director of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers/Communities in Schools program of Forsyth County. The idea for the program came quite naturally to Venable, who established Silver Lining Youth Services in 2002. The 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization provides a host of services to youngsters and their family members, including mental health services, tutoring and mentoring. Silver Lining Youth Services provides offerings that are designed to help young people to achieve their dreams. Venable’s firm takes a holistic approach, tending to their clients’ bodies and minds in a manner that promotes success and happiness. So it wasn’t a tremendous leap when he came up with the idea to provide additional opportunities to youngsters via what would become the Junior Filmmakers Initiative; a program that may very well inspire a love of filmmaking in a child who is going to become Hollywood’s next John Singleton or Quentin Tarantino. It was the summer of 2012 when Venable approached filmmaker Thomas Scott, Jr. with his idea for creating a program that would teach the art of filmmaking...
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