MONTREAL — It’s not rare to see teachers inspiring their students to become teachers themselves.
For Spectrum Productions‘ former students, following in their teachers’ footsteps has a deeper meaning.
“It’s really cool,” said Anthony Campoli, a student turned teacher after attending several of Spectrum Productions’ film-making summer camps.
“Now I’m producing, helping people with different projects as far as scripting and editing goes.”
Campoli is now an employee of the summer camp, which caters exclusively to kids and teens within the autism spectrum, helping them produce, act and edit their own films.
He helps newcomers like Emily Petsche.
“Making movies is very, very fun,” said Petsche.
Petche’s father Mike thinks having kids like Campoli teach is a natural fit for his daughter.
“It’s fantastic. This is definitely…
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