Director's Note

Setting out to tell a story on film is always an exciting and unnerving time filled with anticipation and anxiety. Doing it in practical locations away from your home base adds an element of uncertainty. Trying to find a summer camp that was not fully booked and would allow us to not only film there but to house the cast and crew added to the challenge. After driving hundreds of miles in the mountains around Los Angeles, we finally found the solution to the problem, but it would be difficult. It would require us to film in three different summer camps and make it look like the same one. That was only the beginning. But the hard work and enthusiasm of a great cast and crew would make it possible for us to tell the story of "Trevor Moorehouse" and hopefully to entertain and scare the audience. I hope that you enjoy the camp.

Ralph Portillo, Director
June 5, 2000

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