FIXED, coming soon to a town near you!

Dear Kickstarter supporters and everyone else who has helped us along the way,

There is lots of great news to share, but first of all, the biggie: FIXED IS DONE!  Thanks to your moral and financial support and the critical time provided to me through my Arizona State University filmmaking residency this spring, we, all together, were able to birth this film into being. Seven years in the making! In infinite large and small ways, you have all helped make this film a reality.

Amid the cactus and red rocks of the Arizona desert, I completed the editing in April while at ASU.  Then the FIXED team set to work over these last few months on the final details: color correction, sound mix, final graphics, captioning, etc. Currently, we are currently working on the final changes to the captions, the video description and special features for the DVD. Next will come the companion DVD and study guide.

SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR BAY AREA COMMUNITY PREMIERE
If you live in the Bay area, please save the date of December 5th, 2013 for our official Bay Area Community Premiere at the Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley, CA, co-sponsored by the Disability Rights Education Defense Fund. The evening will open with a performance by the world renown AXIS Dance Company!  Meet many of the stars of the film for a post-film discussion! We will send out a separate email soon with more details, but for now, please mark your calendars!

OTHER BIG NEWS: FILM FESTIVAL AND CONFERENCE SCREENINGS
FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement begins its festival journey TONIGHT at what PBS/POV has named one of the top 12 small town festivals of 2012, in St. George, UT: DOCUTAH. One of fifteen […]

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FIXED screens at one of the “top small town festivals” this week: DOCUTAH!

FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement will begin its festival journey this week at what PBS/POV has named one of the top 12 small town festivals of 2012, DocUtah, in St. George, UT.  A haunting, subtle, urgent documentary, FIXED questions commonly held beliefs about disability and normalcy by exploring technologies that promise to change our bodies and mind forever.  Sixty-two films will be shown at eleven venues throughout Southern Utah during the festival.  One of fifteen feature films in competition, FIXED will have three screenings: September 4th at 8:30pm – Concert Hall; September 5th at 8:10 pm – Sears Gallery; and Sept 6th at 7:20 pm – Green Valley Spa. Tickets are only $5. Students (with ID) are free!  For a full list of films and show times, visit www.DOCUTAH.com.

Learn more about the film and watch the FIXED trailer.

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