CREATED Mar. 14, 2013
Omaha, NE - Roebuck Media's 'CAMP' opens March 15th here in Omaha. Inspired by true stories from camps for abused and neglected children, the motion picture "CAMP" will hold its premiere showing Friday night, March 15th at Oakview AMC. The show starts at 7:00 p.m.
"CAMP" is a story about investment advisor Ken Matthews who volunteers to go to camp to impress a client, but finds himself paired with an angry, troubled 10-year-old camper named Eli.
"The movie shares the story of hope on the big screen that camps provide to these forgotten children," said writer/director Jacob Roebuck, who thought of the idea for the script when volunteering at a Royal Family Kids camp.
Royal Family Kids is now a network of over 150 churches across the country that provide camps, clubs and mentorship programs for abused and neglected kids.
There's an RFK camp right here in Omaha and part of the proceeds from the tickets will go toward the camp.
The movie is only showing through March 21st here in town. It is rated PG-13 and is just under 2 hours long.