Director encourages possibility on and off screen: Local filmmaker spreads hope through acting workshops using everyday scenarios

For Immediate Release July 13, 2006
Contact: Nicole Allen, PR Director (720) 435-5138

Denver— Darla Rae of Film It Productions runs children’s acting workshops that give more to her students than a new skill. Her workshops also teach children about understanding, respect, and the possibilities life can have through everyday scenarios.

Rae is very passionate about teaching and has said that it is something she feels must be shared with the younger generations. “I try to teach these workshops using examples that teach more than just acting. I want these children to learn to be more tolerant and excepting of others all well as gain self esteem,” said Rae.

Rae not only teaches acting workshops, but has also written, directed, and produced a full length feature film called, “The Goal.” The film follows two up and coming athletes who suffer spinal cord injuries making them quadriplegics. These two young men overcome their new obstacles and find possibility through wheelchair rugby.

“The Goal” has had several screenings and has been received very well. “It was the poet Emily Dickenson who claimed, I dwell in possibility…' To see The Goal' is to experience and excite possibility beyond and definition or drama any poet has probed or pinned,” said Pastor Ron Swenson.

The theatrical release of “The Goal” will be in September, 2006. For more information about “The Goal,” visit For more information about Darla Rae’s workshops, visit


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