For the first time in history a team of disabled people participates in the Copa del Rey of sailing.
“500 Miles of overcoming” narrates the epic feat of this team of spaniards from Malaga that without almost any support has been able to break down the barriers and reach the dream of overcoming one of the most prestigious races in the world of competition regattas.
The before, during and after narrated with an agile and close rhythm, make this documentary film one of the biggest surprises of the moment.
The documentary, which will be shown in theatres and festivals all over Spain, will also visit the main festiva Is around the world.
The partial screenings of both the advancement of content and the teaser for professionals are having an expected, but at the same time incredible acceptance in 100% of the people who have been chosen to rate the documentary.
We are lookingfor companies determined to join the project as a dozen public and prívate entities have already done, who have remarked in “500 Miles of Overcoming” an opportunity to take further a better image of their company. Associating your brand with values that undoubtedly compensate in all sectors of economic activity.
DISSEMINATION OBJECTIVES AT FESTIVALS
– LOS GOYA – SAILING FESTIVAL (BILBAO)
– FESTIVAL DE MÁLAGA
– FESTIVAL DE CANNES
– FESTIVAL DE SAN SEBASTIÁN
– FESTIVAL DE CINE IBEROAMERICANO
– FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DOCUMENTAL EN NAVARRA (PUNTO DE VISTA)
– DOCUMENTA MADRID
– INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL AMSTERDAM (IDFA)
– FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE CINEMA DE MARSEILLE (FIDMARSEILLE)
In two years of dissemination of the documentary we will also produce a book, a disc and a DVD of the Making Of.
Our website address is: http://horuscreations.com.
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