Make a Film Foundation, the non-profit organization formed by Tamika Lamison to empower critically ill children to make films, and which came about out of Lamison’s participation in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, has been featured by ABC News in Los Angeles.
The ABC program features teenagers and young people at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital who are dealing with different conditions, including leukemia, diabetes, heart transplants and strokes. In all six people from Loma Linda were empowered through the Make a Film Foundation to create short film legacies.
To get involved, visit the Make a Film Foundation website or contact them at [email protected].
Also see Landmark Education News’ previous feature about The Make a Film Foundation.