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HuffPost, Sundance, Reviews

Yowza. The momentum's really gathering around this little film of ours. In just one week we'll be premiering at Sundance and new film festivals are stacking up. The buzz is extending off the screen with a current promotion to send someone from Colorado to learn adaptive skiing in Utah—then join us on the red carpet. And today I began blogging about it all for the Huffington Post!

NBC Denver covers The MovementIt's all incredibly exciting and almost totally exhausting. Thanks to friends, colleagues, and supporters of the film and its foundation for the encouragement to keep going. OK, twist my arm, I'll ride this wave for a while! Cheers
,Greg


Greg's blog on The Huffington Post
Greg's Sundance Blog for HuffPost
The Huffington Posthad the idea to focus not on the full-length marquee films at Sundance this year, but rather on all of us filmmakers who have entered short films. Their sense was that many of us have day jobs, moonlight as filmmakers, and may even represent the soul of what Robert Redford founded the Sundance Institute to encourage. In my blog entry today, I jump into a frozen lake to get to the bottom of it: huff.to/GIHamilton
A nice cool dip for New Year's

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Our Athletes to Converge at Sundance
Rick Finkelstein, star of The Movement, is scheduled to join us in Sundance along with all five of the heroic personalities who joined him in his quest. We're stoked to have everyone joining our entourage! Screening times:

Fri, Jan 20 - 6 PM, Screening Room, Sundance Resort
Mon, Jan 23 - 2:30 PM, Library Center Theatre, Park City
Wed, Jan 25 - 4 PM at Redstone Cinema 7, Park City
Thu, Jan 26 - 6 PM at Salt Lake City Library, SLC
Sat, Jan 28 - 9:30 PM at Temple Theatre, Park City
+ Greg will appear at additional school/community screenings


Contest winner will learn to skiWinner to Join Us on Slopes and Red Carpet
Today MakeAHero's Kurt Miller and KBCO's Bret Saunders are picking the name of someone who wins a trip to join us at Sundance. That person also gets to learn to ski from the National Abilities Center in Park City. A very cool example of what we hoped The Movement would do!
Cinequest and Boulder Festivals Select The Movement
Cinequest and Boulder select The MovementHave a film fest in your town that might want to include The Movement? We're submitting to dozens more festivals throughout 2012, so please send me any we shouldn't miss!

Boulder International Film Fest
- Feb 16-19
Cinequest Film Festival
- Feb 28-Mar 11 (San Jose)

Rave Reviews
John Meyer from The Denver Post called The Movement: "An overpowering documentary that captures the difficulty, frustration and ultimate exhilaration of this profoundly beautiful and spiritual sport." Read more...
Kurt Miller on Denver's 9News

MakeAHero.org

The Movement was produced by MakeAHero, a non-profit organization created to build awareness around outdoor opportunities for people with disabilities. With Adaptive Adventures, we're getting people up and out to experience the freedom of sports. Inspired? MakeAHero on Facebook'Like' us on Facebook or donate $10 to support local adaptive sports by texting HERO to 80077.

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Contact Greg: (303) 552-7316 or greg@gihamilton.com.
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