Hey everyone. I run an after school filmmaking club and one of the main projects we will be doing this year is a documentary on the idea that Kentucky kids can do anything. Up until now, our club has done several short films and PSAs so this will be a new territory for us. Are there any suggestions for what needs to be done and what we should not do? Presently, the idea will be follow four or five of my students showing an interesting story from their lives. We will also be highlighting 20-30 news stories of kids of all ages doing interesting things. Finally, we will also be asking successful people from Kentucky to take a picture of themselves holding signs saying "Kentucky Kids Can Do Anything." As we are still in the planning stages, my concern right now is focus. Each of the documentaries I've seen (Super Size Me, Waiting for Superman, Comic Con, Trekkies) all have a laser sharp focus, but ours seems to be a vague concept right now- Kentucky Kids Can Do Anything. I like the idea and it sounds good on the surface, but I'm afraid that in the end it will not hold together very well. Any thoughts?