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Join the Studio Boss as she tracks down the best stories from across Canada and around the world. Written by kids, about kids, for kids - you'll get to meet the writers and see their stories brought to life. From the scary to the sad, the wacky to the weird, it's all at the Incredible Story Studio.-JACOBS, ROLE THE FILM!

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Incredible Story Studio is the place where kid's stories from around the world are made into movies. Each half-hour episode of this tween dramatic series showcases two children's stories, which are adapted into 10-minute live action TV dramas. The series is hosted by The Studio Boss - a comical kid character based on the old Hollywood movie moguls of the 1940s. With lots of savvy and movie mogul charm, she introduces each week's movie, kid actors and kid authors.

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An excellent place for aspiring writers!
24 June 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

"Incredible Story Studios" is not only a show of many short films, but they are short films based on short storied sent in by teens who are aspiring writers! That is what I found most interesting about it that they had cared less about professionals and decided to give teens a chance to shine. This is a wonderful idea, in my opinion because it shows not only what it's like to have your story made into a film or how to write a proper story, but what it is really like to be a writer in the media because not all of them are chosen and many stories of writers will be turned down. I remember watching this show when I was younger and was always interested in writing a story and sending it in, myself, were I not seven at the time. Nevertheless, I found it to be a wonderful idea of young aspiring writers to send in their short stories into a contest to be made into a short movie. As an aspiring writer, I regret not sending in a story of my own and seeing what it would turn out to be.


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