“The Magic Bracelet” was written by 15 year old Rina Golberg, adapted by Diablo Cody, Academy Award Winner (Juno), directed by Jon Poll (Charlie Bartlett) and stars Bailee Madison (Parental Guidance), Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit), Jackson Rathbone (Twilight Film Franchise), James Van Der Beek (Dawson’s Creek) and J.K. Simmons (Spiderman/Juno).
With the help of Make A Film Foundation and some of the entertainment industries finest filmmakers & talent, Rina’s dream is finally… ready for the silver screen. Make A Film Foundation is proud to present Rina Goldberg’s ‘The Magic Bracelet’.
What Tamika Lamison dose with her foundationn giving children an opportunity to have their ideas put to film and made by top film makers is just amazing. Everyone at the premeir was so excited to be there to see Rina’s film. From the moment it started until it ended I was following every word. The film had adventure, fun times, excitement, but to me was very inspirational and when it is finish you take allot home with you from this film. Thank you Kaypri for inviting me to this amazing film. Thank you Tamika for making and creating an amazing foundation. And Thank you Rina for writing an incredible story that became an outstanding film.
A few photos from the premier of the Magic Bracelet.
|Chad Coleman - Pep Williams - Kaypri - Tamika Lamison|
|Rina and her parents.|
Rina was a 15-year-old filmmaker who dreamed of her movie being on the big screen. She envisioned the premiere, who would be on the invite list and how it would all play out. Despite having advanced stage mitochondrial disease, she never let the disease define who she was. She saw the good in each day and knew what was truly important. She used writing this script as an outlet for her creative process and a way to distract from the intense medical challenges she faced daily. Music was also the way in which her soul spoke. She wanted to produce, direct and write this movie to teach the world about friendship and 3 big messages; “Dream Big, Love life and Be positive.” She intended to educate the world about this disease in hopes of treatment or a cure. Rina kindly, but with a zest for life, never took “No” for an answer when it came to her movie. She will always be in the director’s chair. Anyone who would take on the mission of putting together her creative work into a short and documentary would be guided, each step of the way, by her huge spirit and presence. Even when Rina did not have the physical strength to speak, she always had a voice.