Tewes loved it. He's acted onstage in plays through the schools he's attended – Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic School in Aurora and Annunciation BVM Catholic School in Aurora, where he attended school – was always curious about what happens "behind the scenes."
He not only made some new friends, the unique STEM experience may have changed the direction of his life. Tewes said he has not yet seen the movie, which was released Dec. 19 on Digital and Video on Demand from Gravitas Ventures, but that doesn't mean he won't.
"It opened up a lot of different ideas I could pursue, career-wise, if I chose," Tewes said. "I think the camera part is interesting. I like taking pictures and recording...It was a cool experience. I would do it again."
"Alternate Universe" stars Steve Guttenberg (“Lavalantula," “3 Men and a Baby”, “Cocoon”, “Police Academy”, “Diner”) with Harry Lennix (“The Blacklist”, “Man of Steel”, “Chiraq”), according to a news release from Fresh Films.
All proceeds from "Alternate Universe" will support more youth & educator film programs, teacher tech grants and student scholarships, the release also said. View a trailer at alternateuniverserescue.com/trailer.