Camilla Rockwell
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Camilla Rockwell began working in film in 1983 with historical documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. In 2000, she established Fuzzy Slippers Productions to produce films on creativity and the arts, healing and well being. She has produced diverse projects for PBS broadcast and private distribution including the series Body and Soul; PIONEERS OF HOSPICE, an award-winning educational program about the founders of the modern hospice movement; STONE RISING, a one-hour feature about master stone waller Dan Snow; and HOLDING OUR OWN which is currently helping to expand our national conversation about the end of life. Rockwell is in production on MOTHER NATURE'S CHILD, a film about the relationship between children and the natural world.
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MOTHER NATURE'S CHILD Screening Inspires After School Park Outings!

We were delighted to receive this notice from the e-newsletter that goes out to all parents at Saint Joseph School in Seattle where MOTHER NATURE'S CHILD was screened last November. Hurray for Saint Joe's parents!!! This is an example of what parents can organize all by themselves. Sounds like fun!

Let's "Go Park"! ... a spin-off from the screening of…

Posted on February 9, 2012 at 1:19pm

New Film MOTHER NATURE'S CHILD Now Available

We are pleased to announce that our film MOTHER NATURE'S CHILD: Growing Outdoors in the Media Age is finally finished! The DVD, along with a study guide insert, is now available (www.mothernaturesmovie,com) and screenings are being scheduled. The first one is January 12th at the Loew Theater in Hanover, NH, to be followed by a panel discussion.

Posted on December 28, 2010 at 7:50pm — 1 Comment

Mother Nature's Child Film Finished!

We are delighted to announce the completion of MOTHER NATURE'S CHILD, our film about nature's important role in child health and development. The film focuses on three phases of childhood -- preschool, middle childhood and adolescence. Footage was shot in a variety of settings, urban and rural, and includes some unique scenarios: a group of inner city students learning to fly fish, a sixth grade teacher who…

Posted on December 2, 2010 at 2:24pm — 3 Comments

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At 7:39am on January 10, 2011, Thomas M. Sherman, MD said…

I am very interested in sponsoring a screening here.  I would like to work with Andy at the Rye Public Library to do so.  It could be cosponsored by them and Next Generation Choices Foundation.  We could promote to the NH Seacoast audience.  I have seen the trailer.  I cannot come on the 12th.  Is there another way for Andy and me  to see the whole movie?


At 12:08pm on March 6, 2010, Chris Catterton said…
Hi Camilla: Thanks for your email; I'm sorry I haven't followed up. School vacation really pushed me off course! I would love to chat about ways to collaborate; what is the best way to do that? Thanks again.
At 9:35pm on February 15, 2010, Chris Catterton said…
Hi Camilla: I first want to say that I was so moved by your documentary Holding Our Own. Since watching it, I have thought often of the Hallowell chorus and of Deidre Scherer's incredibly beautiful art, especially as I was comforting my mother through her last days of lung cancer. How I wish we could have brought her that music!
I am writing now to let you know that our school in Essex Junction, VT, Summit Street School, is undertaking a project to build a natural playground. So, naturally, I am thrilled by the subject of your new project and wonder how we could share your film with our community? I don't know exactly when it is expected to be released or in what venues. Also, I am wondering if you would consider speaking to our community about your project. In addition to fundraising and working toward a final design plan, our project has been committed to educating our families and community about the benefits of play in nature, the No Child Left Inside Movement and why our new playground will be good for all of us. Your input, in person or by your film, would be the perfect way to bring this kind of education. Or, could we collaborate on a fundraising event of some kind? Thanks for your great work! and for even considering my ramblings above.

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