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BLIND SAILORS RACE ACROSS OPEN WATER

Humanitarian Award

SR

SOCIALLY RELEVANT™

FILM FESTIVAL 

NEW YORK

2016

Official Selection
FLICKERS'

Rhode Island 

International 

Film Festival 

2016

HONORABLE

MENTION

Picture this...

Disability 

Film Festival

Our 4 minute Trailer has also been produced with Audio Description to be accessible for those visually impaired or blind. 

Trailer 4 min
Teaser 1.2 min

Highlighting ability, not disability, this documentary tells the remarkable story of four individuals who share a unique bond—each is vision impaired and striving to race in Japan’s 2013 Blind Sailing World Championship while navigating all the other challenges in life.

We have crossed the finish line! After years of passionate work and with much generous donor support, Sense The Wind is now fully released and available on Vimeo On DemandITunes and Amazon movies, streaming as rental or download purchases. The movie version with audio description will soon be live on ITunes. Accessible viewers, please stay tuned!

 

The film may also be purchased on DVD and limited copies are available. Each copy comes with menu options for captions and audio description. To request your film DVD, please email Christine@SenseTheWind.com.

 

And, we are thrilled to announce that Sense The Wind is being distributed internationally through Ananda Media, a French distributor specializing in action sports and adventure travel programming for television and digital media. Sense The Wind may now be seen in Columbia and Asia.

TESTIMONIALS

Thank you again for presenting your Sense the Wind documentary to the National Maritime Historical Society. We were riveted by the fascinating subject of blind sailing and the awe-inspiring cinematography, and deeply moved by the captivating lives of the sailors in the film.

 

Jessica MacFarlane

Director of Development

National Maritime Historical Society

Wonderful production and a great insight on blind sailing at the individual/personal level. I thought the movie did an excellent job indicating how blind individual sail and its remarkable effect on their

lives. Bravissimo!

 

Mark Bos

Blind Sailor

Boston, MA

I've been around the blind sailors these past days and thought I understood, but after seeing the film... now I really get it.

 

Ray Groble

Chicago Blind Worlds Regatta Chair

Chicago Yacht Club

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