Deaf Film Camp is a camp for teens that are deaf or hard-of-hearing, but inspire to work and be in the film and video industry.

Deaf Film Camp is located in the Adirondacks, near Old Forge. It's a two week camping experience that gives teens with hearing issues (or that are deaf), a chance to do what they really want to - be a part of the film-making and video world. According to the Deaf Film Camp website,

Each day is divided into three sections: morning-in-class instructions, afternoon outdoor activities, and evening bonfires with editing and storytelling.

So campers get the full experience - everything they could want when it comes to video and film-making, and being at camp - with activities outside and enjoying the Adirondacks.

Last year Deaf Film Camp created a video to Pharrell Williams' hit song 'Happy,' and it went viral! The video was such a success, they decided to create another one this year - and they do it to Phillip Phillip's 'Home.'

The video is inspiring, amazing, and just perfect. Watch the video - see the story they've created - all while they sign the song.

What a powerful and moving video. Deaf Film Camp in Old Forge is an inspiration - and what they do for these young kids is just amazing!



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