Sunday, May 27, 2012

LightLyre Film Camp teaches kids filmmaking

In the early 1990s, the storefront at 731 N.H. was a treasure trove. It belonged to a man named Chapman, who sold a plethora of goods, stacked high and piled onto shelf upon shelf in the cathedral-ceiling-like stone space. But when Dan Ginavan bought a laserdisc camera there, he had an idea: that space could be a movie studio.

more at the Lawrence Journal World

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