The film celebrates the life of Taylor Anderson, who was lost in the tsunami that followed the 2011 earthquake in Japan. Read more
This project was successfully funded on April 21, 2012.
What a wonderful day and night it was in Richmond. For those backers who could join us, you witnessed the response of more than 900 students who attended the morning screening and 300 who came to the evening premier.
I want to share a few photos below from the night. If you haven't already done so, please send us an email to update your address for incentives. Use firstname.lastname@example.org
The work is not done. During the morning screening, outgoing Ambassador Fujisaki spoke passionately that more audiences need to see the film. So to make that happen, not only am I seeking to show the film in other venues around the US, but we need to make a version for Japanese audiences.
Educational distribution will now begin in the United States, so if you are affiliated with an educational or globally minded institution, please consider making LIVE YOUR DREAM part of your library.
Enjoy the photos and we are starting to get incentives out beginning this week.
I have been out of touch and I apologize but we have been editing and now completing the soundtrack. Once we got past the tech elements in the beginning, the film has orchestrated so nicely. I am planning to share a clip at the end of next week if all goes to plan.
The premier in Richmond on November 9th is approaching. I know it may be a long trip for most of you, but the evening is free of charge. Use this link to make your reservation.
Event registration is ready to go:
Seats can be reserved through this link.
I hope some of your will join us that night. If you do, please let me know so that I can acknowledge you.
Months have gone by and so many days, weeks and hours have passed but through it all, we are almost complete. A few final elements need to be put in place and the composer, Marc Aramian has already begun his work. So far, we are on track for the premier on November 9th in Richmond.
Please join us that night if you can. It will be a full day complete with two screenings, one in the day for students and an evening program at CenterStage along with a panel and probable reception.
I thank everyone once again for making this journey possible. LIVE YOUR DREAM