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2019 short film camp participants
Inclusion Film Camps

In partnership with North Bay Regional Center, Solano County Office of Education hosts short film camps through Inclusion Films at no cost to any student. Founded by veteran filmmaker Joey Travolta, Inclusion Films’ short film camps teach teens and young adults 18-23 years with developmental disabilities the principles of filmmaking. Within the two-week sessions, campers develop a script, act, and record their film with professional film making support and equipment. The program is focused on developing life and job skills, encouraging communication, confidence, collaboration, and independence.


2019 Student Film The Bizarre Zone

To celebrate the success of our young filmmakers, SCOE hosted a red-carpet film premiere at the Vacaville Performing Arts Theater. The day started with a kickoff breakfast and live broadcasts from Good Day Sacramento. Then the students were whisked off for hair, makeup, and to don gowns or tuxedos, much of which was donated by Solano County businesses. Finally, limousine buses carried students to the red carpet, where 500 family and friends were waiting to cheer their entrance. 

The much-anticipated film, The Bizarre Zone, played on the theater screen. The film featured all fifty-eight students, behind the scenes footage, and the short films that the students created at camp. The evening was a magical experience for our young adults and their families. Moreover, film camp and the film premiere gave students an outlet for creativity, friendship, independence, and also recognized them as invaluable members of our Solano Community.



Red Carpet Premiere


Watch the Bizarre Zone Film

preview of the Bizarre Zone short film