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“I got to a point after having my third child and my third company, where I said it’s time to follow my dream,” Dillon said. One of Dillon’s daughters, Ava Rose, a fifth-grader at Main Street Elementary, is the film’s star. His wife and other daughters also have minor roles pointe shoe recycling. Ava Rose, an aspiring ballet dancer (who starred as Clara in the Santa Cruz Ballet Theatre’s “The Nutcracker” last year), is also a gymnast like her father, who was a NCAA Division I champion gymnast at the University of Illinois in 1989..
Dillon said the film loosely imitates his family’s life, as it centers on a young girl’s decision between pursuing dance, her mother’s passion, and softball, her father’s. “It’s (about) how parents, they both want to help their kids but sometimes they also have an agenda,” said Dillon. The cast and crew has well-known talent such as actress Sasha De Sola, a San Francisco Ballet soloist, and Christopher Ivins, whose credits include “Avatar” and “Titanic,” as director of photography pointe shoe recycling. The crew is entirely local, and includes UC Santa Cruz film students..
The project is temporarily headquartered at the new Satellite Flexible Workspace and Digital Media Studio in Santa Cruz. Dillon is grateful for the community support, he said. A friend donated the use of a helicopter to film the coastline and the Santa Cruz Ballet Theatre has donated costumes. The film is also supported by the Santa Cruz Warriors, which is helping Dillon fundraise toward his $50,000 goal to finish the film pointe shoe recycling. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the California Academy of Film, a Carmel-based nonprofit teaching at-risk youth digital storytelling skills, said Gina Antoniello, public relations and community relations director at Santa Cruz Warriors..
Dillon said he received some small dividends from his former work to partially fund the project, but he’s relying on fundraising to finish in time for year-end film festivals. In the meantime, he’s taken out loans and some cast and crew have deferred payment, he said. Dillon, who has watched countless family films with his daughters, said he’s excited to make one with a positive message for girls. He’s been working toward this project his entire career, and what’s more, he gets to do it with his family pointe shoe recycling.
“Even though I’m a dad pointe shoe recycling. I want to make a movie about girls. It allows me to express my love for my daughters,” Dillon said. Casting call for ‘Hope Dances’. What: An open audition for the movie “Hope Dances.” Extras are needed for street scenes and a softball game scene, all shot in or near Santa Cruz in June. Who: Anyone. No previous acting experience is necessary. Girls aged 9 to 14 with softball or dance experience are encouraged to apply. When: 1:30-5 p.m. Wednesday. Girls with softball or dance experience are asked to come at 1:30; all others should come at 3 p.m..