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May 16, 2016 7:23 EST

From South Africa to Vancouver Film School: #HowToFundADream

iCrowdNewswire - May 16, 2016

How To Fund A Dream

How To Fund A Dream is about a dreamer that has been accepted at Vancouver Film School and need funds in order for them to keep her seat at the film school or they pass her acceptance onto the next candidate. She is motivated to achieve her dream and take risk so that she can inspire the youth in her community and the students at her former high school. Why? She was told by her very own high school principal that she would not make it in the film industry but she will prove him wrong.

How To Fund A Dream

How To Fund A Dream is about a dreamer that has been accepted at Vancouver Film School and need funds in order for them to keep her seat at the film school or they pass her acceptance onto the next candidate.

She is motivated to achieve her dream and take risk so that she can inspire the youth in her community and the students at her former high school. Why? She was told by her very own high school principal that she would not make it in the film industry but her responds was “I will prove you wrong.” So you can understand why she wants to go to her high school once she has become a successful screenwriter in the film industry, so that she can tell those students who are sitting in the benches that she once sat that it is possible to achieve your dreams even if your high school principal does not believe you.

Make a dream come true by donating. #HowToFundADream


Why should you fund the dreamer ?

She was told by her very own high school principal that she would not make it in the film industry but her responds was “I will prove you wrong.” So you can understand why she wants to go back to her high school once she has become a successful screenwriter in the film industry, so that she can tell those students who are sitting in the benches that she once sat in that it is possible to achieve your dreams even if your high school principal does not believe you.

Make a dream come true by funding. #HowToFundADream

Wait There’s More

I worked three years at retail store: one-year full time and two years’ part time. Fresh out high school earning money seemed fun. Man, the feel of earning your own money. The feeling of spending it felt good. The feeling of greed is hidden so well that you cannot even see it. As time passed my job sucked, I mean it was retail after all. If you haven’t worked in retail, please try it. Try it. A guy once told when you leave high school find a job you hate you may not hate it at first but find something where your heart isn’t. It will motivate so so much to get out. This year February, a day after my grandmother death I officially resigned. You will not believe the mixed emotion I felt. I honestly, thought I was going to have a breakdown. I was so happy and free to have left my job yet I felt such immense pain and heart break with grandmother’s passing.

You have a choice

Asking people for something is not easy. Asking someone to fund a dream is even harder. I am not going pressure or say you must fund my dream but I am going to give you the choice, the power to make my dream a success or a fail. Is not what we have always strive for the will, the choice, the freedom to do or saying anything? Now you have the choice to fund a dream that will inspire more dreamers.

The Achieved Dreamed

I need R 16 000.00 in order for Vancouver Film School to keep my seat and I can complete my studies internationally. Then come back, inspire the youth and create an army of screenwriters in disadvantaged areas and schools.

The Team

My name is Tavia Millward. I have a lot screenplays just collecting dust. I also have a blog site, The Scripture where I review films. My dream is to complete my studies at Vancouver Film School which I have been accepted to study at. So that I can tell my high school principal I told you so and motivate all the children at my former high school.

Contact Information:

Tavia Millward

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