Inclusion Films

Behind the scenes of the filming of Inclusion Films' "Santa Is For Real." The Fox Theater will host screenings of this film and "Starstruck," also by Inclusion Films, on Tuesday.

It might be May, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy a good Christmas movie.

Inclusion Films will screen its latest projects "Santa Is For Real" and "Starstruck" for free at the Fox Theater on Tuesday evening.

Inclusion Films, created by Joey Travolta, gives adults with special needs the opportunity to learn about filmmaking. From writing to directing to acting, the students in the organization are completely hands-on when making these films.

"Santa Is For Real" follows a young boy questioning his belief in Santa Claus. His family decides to go on a quest to prove the man in the red suit exists. "Starstruck" follows two college girls who head to Los Angeles to watch a live taping of their favorite show and, they hope, to meet their favorite heartthrob at the same time.

Both films are family-friendly. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the films will start at 7 p.m. For more information, call 324-7400 or visit inclusionfilms.com.

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