“What began as a successful Kickstarter…is now real life! A little turtle hatches one starry morning with a very unique looking shell. Copernicus is a tale to be told to all children who need the lesson in loving their own shells.”
The book Copernicus by Jime Wimmer tells a special story and the art is spectacular. Jime’s heart and love is evident on every page.
When Real Live Angels filmmaker Brent Weber needed to put a “face” on the movie, he turned to an artist new to Oklahoma but one who understood how to simply capture the joy of the movie in a smile.
The documentary Real Live Angels takes us to summer camp in north Texas to a place, like hundreds of other such camps for people with disabilities, where the diverse and deserving special needs population gets a chance to live, laugh and love like everyone else. They ride horses, they go to the pool, play games, dance and fire down the zip line – just like “regular kids”. In the process, they change the way the world sees them – and they head back in to the “real world” with renewed confidence and positivity.