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Press ReleaseTimeline Media Productions is pleased to announce the release of “Go the Distance”. “Go the Distance” is a documentary chronicling Team Will's 10 Day bicycle ride across America to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research. The story focuses on the ride from San Francisco to Washington D.C. to the “Reach the Day” Rally hosted by CureSearch to help successfully lobby in front of congress for the passage of the Carolyn Pryce Walker Conquer Childhood Cancer Act. It also shares touching stories of some of the “Heroes” (Children with Cancer) the cyclists rode for. Featuring interviews with doctors, parents with children fighting cancer, politicians as well as the cyclists themselves, the documentary is geared towards the general public and conveys a clear message that “it’s not okay to just sit back and let things happen when you can make a difference.”
Shot entirely in HD on Sony Z1U cameras and post-production completed on Final Cut Pro, Go The Distance clocks in at just under 60 minutes and took over a year to complete. It is narrated by Beth Duncan (www.bethduncan.com) and has a musical score provided by artist Jon Pauling (www.jonpauling.com), featuring his song “Carry Me Home.” If you would like to host a premiere in your city, please contact us at email@example.com. A portion of all proceeds raised from this documentary will be donated to Team Will. Visit the official Go The Distance movie site: www.gothedistancemovie.com.
Team Will, a non-profit organization founded 2005, is a community of cyclists of all levels and ages committed to raising public awareness and funds for childhood cancer research through a mixture of cycling activities and events. For more information about Team Will, please visit www.team-will.org.
Cancer is the #1 disease killer of children, cutting short the lives of more children under the age of 20 than any other disease. Every school day, 46 young people, or two classrooms of students, are diagnosed with cancer in this country. More than 12,500 children are diagnosed with cancer each year and over 40,000 children and adolescents are currently being treated. With your help, we will reach the day when every child is guaranteed a cure.