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    Posted July 19, 2010 by
    Pixel
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        The magic of Sorcerer's Apprentice has reached far beyond the movie theatres, beyond the continent of North America... the magic of Sorcerer's Apprentice is being felt by  children in an orphanage in Kenya.
       A benefit screening of Sorcerer's Apprentice was held at the Disney studios in Burbank California. I attended the Red Carpet premiere where celebrities and families came out to support this cause and the Creative Visions Foundation.
       Creative Visions Foundation was inspired by the life, and untimely death of Dan Eldon. Dan's family wanted his life as a photojournalist and "creative activist" to live on forever.
       Amy and Jon Turteltaub Director have helped rebuild the lives of these children who were orphaned due to their parents dying of aids.  Those children and others were now in need of a high school. The goal of the evening was to raise $150,000...  they met their goal with success!!
       I had the pleasure and honor of meeting with the family of Dan Eldon.  They are an inspiration. The Creative Vision Foundation  does  remarkable work and I encourage everyone to spend some time looking at their website.
       Let Disney's magical movie Sorcerer's Apprentice take you on the journey where good guys triumph over bad and a summer movie is once again family fun!


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