FilMAD is a film, movement, art and drama camp held in Nassau, Bahamas for kids and teens between the ages of 5 and 17 years. The FilMAD Summer Program (which stands for Film, Movement, Art and Drama) is organized by actor Moya Thompson in conjunction with her production company C2it Productions.
Throughout the camp's six years, the camp has been privileged to collaborate with 3 Bahamian musical artists. The previous artists were Bodine Johnson (2014) for her song "Push" - a song about becoming all that you can be, and Terneille "Tada" Burrows (2015) for her song "Okay" - a song about Bahamian pride.
Please take a moment to enjoy the video for "Stop Hating Online" with Sammi Starr which was shot during last year's camp. The song depicts the need for young people in particular, to stop bullying others online and to stop using social media to tear down their peers.