Young filmmakers share passion with next generation

Three years ago, Erin wrote “Robin Hood: Weight of Justice,” a 50-page script for a 45-minute movie for which her sister Kyrstin Stephens composed the music. The epic show — complete with horses and a battle scene — took first place in the JCTV Amateur Film Competition.

“That jump-started our interest in movie-making,” said Erin, 17.

Then they attended a five-day 2009 Christian Film Academy, in San Antonio, Texas, and decided they wanted to teach what they had learned to their peers and those younger than they were.

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“We found a passion for moviemaking, and we want to share it with the next generation,” Erin said. “It’s a powerful tool for sharing messages. ...


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