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Watch episode two of “A Spirit Story" - out today!

Since the implementation of the ‘Lunch Money Policy’ at a school in Salt Lake City, Utah, where a school official can take away a child’s lunch if the parents are short on the students lunch account, this policy has now become a part of everyday life…

"Lunch Money" is the first short of the RPR Comics sector of RPR Studios. 

Episode two is coming… Tune in to A Spirit Story!

Well stay tuned for the newest episode in the Recess Research series premiering this week!

Power to Push is the name the Evans family has given to their “vacation” next summer. With the rest of the family forming the support team, ultra-marathoner, Shaun Evans, plans to run from Seattle to New York City, pushing his son Shamus—who was born with cerebral palsy. Or as Shaun likes to say, Shamus will be pulling him across the country.

The run will benefit the charity Ainsley’s Angels www.ainsleysangels.org. RPR Studios will be working to raise money for Power to Push. RPR Studios will also be documenting the family’s year-long effort to prepare for the run and the run itself.

Follow the link to see a story on Power to Push produced by CBS6 in Albany, NY.

Check out our newest animated short, Gloomy Day on RPR Youth!

Stay tuned! RPR Studios’ next animated short premieres soon on RPR Youth!

Have a transparent rabbit spirit from A Spirit Story on your blog! 

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A Spirit Story is an animated short that I co-created and illustrated! Watch episode one here!

Watch out for the dreaded necromancers on RPR Studios’ A Spirit Story series! Check it out now!

Watch the very first episode of A Spirit Story on our RPR Digital channel!

RPR Studios is proud to continue the adventures of the Recess Research team in an all-new animated short! Last month’s episode was all about the game tag and why it’s important to have in school (allegedly). This time around, we’re exploring the possible (yet unlikely) history of an age-old and much beloved game, Hot Lava! Check it out on our kids channel now!

RPR Premieres SAFE Fundraising Video

In September of last year, RPR Studios’ RPR Community Films was engaged by the executive director of Sports Are For Everyone (“SAFE”), Jim Fitzgerald, to assist with putting together a video that would raise awareness about this great program for special needs children and their families. 

SAFE was launched by Jim in 1992. Subsequently, this Clifton Park, NY based organization has expanded and holds sports related activities forty-five Saturdays during the year. It is due to this significant growth in the number of kids and families participating in the various programs that the board of SAFE determined the time had come to undertake a capital campaign; the first one in the history of the organization. As a result, part of RPR’s task was to let the community know about SAFE’s need for funding to support its efforts.

The staff of RPR created an outline for the approach to this video and after many hours logged, heartfelt stories reviewed, time spent in the editing bay, we had a final cut of the video. While we were pleased with the result, it was not for us to judge whether it was mission accomplished.

So, we decided to do a screening of the video for SAFE’s board of trustees. Admittedly, we were a little nervous about how it would be received, and this was increased when there was a moment of silence as the closing credit appeared on screen. Thankfully, our concerns were soon quelled as the board of trustees expressed how much they liked the video. In fact, Jim Fitzgerald’s own words upon reviewing the piece were “That is SAFE.”

For RPR, this project marks the first venture for RPR Community Films. We are looking to offer our video services to other nonprofit organizations in the future.