Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Beyond the Call

From the brothers who brought you the Academy Award nominated film GENGHIS BLUES, comes the next great adventure... BEYOND THE CALL

In an Indiana Jones meets Mother Teresa adventure, three eccentric middle-aged men - former soldiers and modern-day knights - travel the world delivering life-saving humanitarian aid directly into the hands of civilians and doctors. Ed Artis, James Laws and Walt Ratterman inspire through deeds not words, in some of the most dangerous yet beautiful places on Earth, the front lines of war.

Trailer and movie info here.

Gig Harbor premiere {one screening only}
When: This Sunday, October 18th at 3pm (82 minutes)
Where: The Galaxy Theatre, uptown Gig Harbor
Tickets: $8
Why: Come for the film, stay for Q&A with the Academy Award nominated filmmaker Adrian Belic, the sole crew member of this global adventure!

Screening info here.

Below is additional information about the success of BEYOND THE CALL and the broad spectrum of society that this film has entertained and inspired. This is an independently distributed the film. Forward this invitation onto to your friends, family and colleagues. In particular the filmmakers would like to reach out to the military (active, veterans, National Guard and families), senior citizen groups, Rotary Club International and other service organizations and students.

BEYOND THE CALL premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. It has screened at over 150 film festivals on five continents, winning over 50 awards, including Grand Jury Prizes and Audience Awards.

An extremely inspiring film that is also hilarious, exciting and heart-wrenching. – Cinematical

Adventurous...straight shooting intrepid trio...accruing eternal good karma…, can't help but inspire. - LA Times

Beyond the Call is the stirring and powerful account of these remarkable men, both on the road and in their homes. It's a brave and funny and uplifting film that makes you want to be a better person.- Oregonian Newspaper

Unlikely Heroes - New York Times

It's impossible not to admire their can-do spirit. - Variety

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