Fresh Films, known for its productions that put teens behind the camera on real Hollywood film sets thanks to SUBWAY® and Best Buy, is debuting its newest feature film in the nation’s capital.
“Traveling Without Moving,” will tell the story of three teens on a mission to find their missing parents in another world! Steve Guttenberg (“Lavalantula”, “3 Men and a Baby”, “Cocoon”, “Police Academy”, “Diner,” etc.) and Harry Lennix (“The Blacklist”, “Man of Steel”, “Chiraq”) star in the film, with Congressman Bill Foster (the only physicist in Congress) making a cam
But “Traveling Without Moving” is unlike any other celebrity-filled Hollywood production. With hundreds of teens in its production credits, and its entertaining story line designed to create excitement about science, the film is a sci-fi thriller that inspires kids’ curiosity in the world around them.
Because of its revolutionary approach to inspiring kids, “Traveling Without Moving” will premiere on Sept. 28, 2016 at the Landmark E Street Cinema as part of The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans (Initiative) Film Screening and Discussion Series (#AfAmEdFilms). The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African-Americans (Initiative) Film Screening and Discussion Series (#AfAmEdFilms) screens films that depict positive and compelling stories of students, families, and communities striving for academic excellence. Read More