"Camp Rebel" is a 30 minute short film project created by Natalie Christensen. Natalie is originally from Virginia and is currently a film student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Her goal for Camp Rebel is to create a film with a story told by BIPOC folks for BIPOC folks.
In this story, Nani and her friends, who are all seniors in high school, spend their last day of summer camp together. After a fight with one of the other campers, Ridge, they run away from camp. Throughout their journey, they grapple with internalized racism, how their identities intersect and interact, and try to understand how they can move forward. This film will center around multiracial identity, sexuality, and gender roles.