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The Movement Is On!

TW Steel honors The MovementAfter more than a year and a half of work, our new documentary is officially unveiled. The Movement: One Man Joins an Uprising had its world premiere October 21 in my hometown at the Eugene International Film Festival. The late Friday screening (and a great band at Luckey's) allowed me exactly 45 minutes sleep before racing to the airport for my flight home to see the Ducks humiliate the Buffs. It was a good weekend to be a web-footed Eugenean.

The Movement will be showing in lots of places over the coming winter (and beyond) plus there are ways you can get a taste right now – and even support the noble cause behind the film. It's been a labor of love and an immensely rewarding experience ... Please read on! Cheers

Poster for The MovementNow Playing: Benefit Shows
Several cities are hosting charity premieres of our movie. Each one is a one-night, one-show-only affair. So drop your plans, grab your friends, and come see this amazing project. For tickets and details:

Detroit – THIS COMING SAT, Nov 12: [link expired]
San Fran - Tue, Nov 15:
Portland, OR – Sun, Nov 20: [link expired]
Seattle – Sat, Dec 3:
Boulder – Wed, Dec 7: 
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Eugene festival honors our filmFirst Fest, First Award
The good folks at the 6th annual Eugene International Film Festival deemed our film worthy of its 2011 Board Choice Award. Not a bad start. Thank you, Eugene! We've also been selected for Denver and Anchorage: please get your tickets early for these upcoming screenings:

Denver – THIS WED, Nov 9:
Denver - Sun, Nov 13:
Anchorage - Sat, Dec 10 (schedule to come):

Press on The Movement
Greg and Kurt filming at Canyons ResortWe've already received very kind write-ups in the Deseret News, the Park-Record, Salt Lake Magazine, and other newspapers and magazines. We've been appearing on KSL-TV plus other TV and radio shows. Lots more to come: the buzz is growing!

Voices that Move Us
Both Warren Miller and Robert Redford lent their voices to our project. It was an absolute honor to spend time with both of these icons in the recording studio. Hope you enjoy this one-two punch of narrators!

Bob Redford co-narrated The Movement"This project tells the stories of five people, from all walks of life, who found a way to experience a freedom they'd been told was impossible. They are an inspiration." - Robert Redford

Warren Miller lent his voice to our film"Movements are more than good ideas. A movement needs people. It is an uprising, a rebellion against the status quo, a groundswell of momentum. It must mean something and it must be worth fighting for." – Warren Miller

Making It Sing
Just when we thought the support for our film couldn't get any stronger, we managed to clear songs from Foo Fighters, U2, and k.d. lang plus an original score by Grammy-winning rocker Trevor Rabin (of the band YES, who has composed for film since 1994).
Chris Waddell carving for our cameras
Make A Hero foundationOur film was produced by the MakeAHero foundation, a non-profit organization raising funds and awareness for sports opportunities for people with disabilities. As part of Adaptive Adventures, together we're getting people up and out to experience the freedom of sports. Inspired? 'Like' us on Facebook or donate $10 to support local adaptive sports by texting MOVE to 80077.

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