Enjoy the soulfulness of the fab four as you read this post:
It never ceases to amaze us, how amazingly positive the response of “People in Motion” has been. Not only have we received countless kind words from people who have seen the film but many of those people have since become collaborators in our efforts to share PiM with the rest of the world. Thank you to everyone who has been involved, whether you have helped us transcribe PiM into another language, helped arranged screenings, or have help to spread the word. We LOVE you all, and your efforts speak volumes to the power of human beings when we come together to champion a cause
Recently we had 2 public screenings at REI stores in the Austin Texas area. These screenings were a ton of fun. We had good turn outs and the enthusiasm and curiosity we received made us very happy.
Even better though, several people who attended the screening wanted to know how to start training Parkour. We invited them to a beginners training session at the University of Texas campus with local practitioners. Usually the turn outs to these beginner sessions are modest. However the beginners session this past Saturday was one of the largest Parkour Austin has ever had and It was a true joy to be apart of.
Our next free screening will be at REI Boulder Colorado on 8/16 and we hope the same reaction will occur
So let come together, collaborate, and do the amazing 🙂
Learn how to do a backflip with People in Motion cast member David Agajanian and casting director Shane Farmer
Our new friend and talented videographer John Hounsell is working his magic on a PiM highlight video as we speak, we can’t wait to see it! In the meanwhile checkout some of John’s quality work in the links below…
Big thanks to Burning Man for spreading the word on PiM in their email newsletter, Jack Rabbit Speaks.
Here’s what appeared in the newsletter which went out last night & let a whole new group of people learn about PiM,
AWESOME LOOKING FILM — “PEOPLE IN MOTION”
Burning Man is pretty rad. Parkour is pretty rad. Put the two together? Super rad. Cedric writes:
“We recently released an indie film, People in Motion, about the art of movement & a portion of the film focuses on Burning Man.
People in Motion has universally received excellent reviews for being heartfelt, visually engaging, & emotionally satisfying.
A few other interesting notes about the film. People can get it at our website www.PeopleInMotionMovie.com and pay what they want. Folks can also download it for free from Pirate Bay & other torrent site where we’ve posted it.
We’ve done our best to make & distribute this film in a way that resonates with the values of our community. We hope you enjoy the film & if you do, we hope you spread the word.”
We’ve finished up the transcription for People in Motion and are now translating it into as many languages as possible.
If you’re interested / able to help translate the film, please send me a mail at Cedric@PeopleInMotionMovie.com
You can find the completed transcript here: http://bit.ly/M7HfDH
PiM will soon be available in multiple languages.
Today we’re transcribing PiM, tomorrow we’re sending it off to our multi-national friends to get it translated.
If you’d like to help translate PiM into your native language let us know and we’ll send over the transcript.
After a year in production, we launched People in Motion in the wee early hours of Wednesday May 10th.
The film was received more positively than we could have ever hoped. Here are some of the early reviews people have been posting, you can see more on our Facebook wall…
“I just watched the film and my god in was amazing!”
“Oh my gosh. The final cut is so beautiful. So many precious moments…”
“just, WOW! You guys did a magnificent, brilliant..just…in all sense of the word an amazing job with this documentary! That was beautiful! I could watch that for days and never lose interest in it! Thank you so much for creating something so amazing and inspiring!”
The feedback has been overwhelming, we’re sooo happy people are enjoying the fim.