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An inspirational feature length documentary about a group of technology pioneers changing the face of autism.
An inspirational feature length documentary about a group of technology pioneers changing the face of autism.
212 backers pledged $51,467 to help bring this project to life.

Denver is "Programming Hope" Wenesday November 18th!

Posted by Jack Creamer (Creator)
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This is where it officially begins...

This Wednesday Programming Hope will have it's Denver premiere at the historic Mayan theater which will also officially launch our attempt to distribute the film to a wider audience around the country!  Any backers of the film in the Denver area interested in seeing the film and meeting Dan Selec and Gary Moore of nonPareil can get tickets to the screening at Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/programming-hope-employing-the-abilities-of-autism-tickets-19196724921

Denver's Mayan Theater
Denver's Mayan Theater

We will be distributing the film independently starting in the new year with 5 cities (TBD) initially with another 5 to hopefully follow based on demand.  In addition to these screenings we will also make the film available on TUGG in the new year, this will allow any group interested to see the film in a theater in the city of their choice!  See the link below for more information on how Tugg works:

https://www.tugg.com/

We will also be making the film available on video to stream or buy as well shortly after the first 5 screenings of the new year are complete.

Dallas Premiere
Dallas Premiere

We've had great turnouts for all of the screenings so far, It's looking like a busy year for Programming Hope as more people discover the film!

Thanks for your support, and help us spread the word!

- Jack Creamer

Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
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