Sense the Wind: Blind Sailors race on open water
Special Film Event
September 6 at 7pm
Sneak preview clips from Sense the Wind and a behind-the-scenes conversation with the filmmakers and the film’s main participants will take place at the Jamestown Arts Center on September 6th at 7pm.
This special film event is during the 2014 Blind Nationals. Competitors from around the country will be at the Jamestown Arts Center.
Tickets are $25 online and $35 at the door, include a Burger Bar and desert. Cash bar. Proceeds go towards film production expenses.
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All are welcome. It will be an interesting evening for anyone interested in sailing, racing, adaptive sports or filmmaking.
Sense The Wind : Blind Sailors race across open water is a documentary journey into the sport of blind sailing, following four blind sailors as they train and compete for the Nationals and World Championships. Nancy and Phil must rely on their skills to trim the sails and be sure-footed crossing the deck. Skippers, Inky and Matt navigate with an acutely developed sensitivity to the wind using all their senses as they respond to descriptive cues from a sighted guide. They sail alert to a suddenly swinging boom or collision on open water. With Olympic level coaching competition is fierce. Friendships are forged as tensions rise in fleet racing. Off the water camaraderie is strong. Sense the Wind is a window into the lives of these four racers as they defy the obstacles of racing on open water, and on land as they navigate the challenges of career, family and everyday life.
The film is directed by first time filmmaker Christine Knowlton and produced by Elizabeth Delude-Dix an Emmy nominated filmmaker from Jamestown.
More info at SensetheWind.com
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