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September 16, 2014
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At last – a poster for Ride The Sky

We have finally gotten around to creating a poster for Ride The Sky. Joan Carson is pictured at the top and center. “Zimmo” is also pictured alongside her.RIDE THE SKY POSTER At the bottom are the skydivers we interviewed who knew Joan.

September 14, 2014
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“Ride The Sky” clips back by popular demand

The following two “Ride The Sky” clips were released awhile ago and then removed by us. They are back by popular demand and are better then ever. The first clip is a trailer and the second one is a behind the scenes look at the making of “Ride The Sky”. Both clips feature songs by Child, one of Seattle’s most popular bands during the 1970s. We hope you enjoy them!

September 9, 2014
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Ride The Sky lands at Laughlin Film Festival

LIFF_Acceptance_Laurels_2014_BlkBG_whiteMy oh my…Last week we learned that Ride The Sky is an official selection at the 2014 Ellensburg Film Festival and yesterday we were surprised to hear that it’s an official selection at the 2014 Laughlin Film Festival in Nevada. That makes four festivals so far this year. Wow! You can read all about it here in our press release.

September 3, 2014
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Ride The Sky makes its Washington debut

“Ride The Sky” is an official selection at the 2014 Ellensburg Film Festival where it will make its Washington State debut. Screening is set for Saturday, October 4 at 1:30PM.

“Ride The Sky” is a documentary. It explores the life and times of pioneering skydiver Joan Carson, and investigates her death. The film reconstructs Carson’s life from her days as a cheerleader at Redmond High School in Redmond, Washington, to the sophistication of San Francisco where her skydiving journey began, and to the wilderness of Montana where she built her own airport and skydiving drop zone. The film was shot in Washington, Oregon and California and features songs by Child, one of Seattle’s most popular rock bands during the 1970s.