The idea Just Clicked in Kamloops

Filming of the movie Just Clicked continues, with crews at work on Tuesday at The Brownstone restaurant downtown. 

The Reel One Entertainment film’s line producer is Kamloops resident Cjay Boisclair, whose first short film, Stood Up, was screened at last year’s Kamloops Independent Short Short Film Festival.

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Boisclair has also received funding from Telus’ Storyhive program and is working on a documentary on Paul “Rob” Sawan, known by the moniker K.A.S.P., which stands for Keeping Stories Alive in People.

The doc will tell the tale of how Sawan went from a rough East Vancouver upbringing to helping at-risk youth in Kamloops get back on the right track.

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