Saturday, December 04, 2010

AIFF 2010: Greg Chaney and Brian Palmer Discuss Their Films

During the break I caught film makers Greg Chaney and Brian Palmer discussing their films.  Greg's is Journey on the Wild Coast about a young couple who made a remarkable journey which reminds us that we are all capable of far more than we know. 

From Erin and Hig's website GroundTruthTrekking:
From June 2007 to June 2008, we traveled 4000 miles from Seattle to the Aleutian Islands - solely by human power. This unprecedented expedition took us along the northern edge of the Pacific Ocean - through some of the most rugged terrain in the world - by foot, packraft, and skis.
 Journey plays Monday (7:45pm) and Tuesday (7:00 pm) at Out North.  Greg will be there and the two adventurers as well, unless Erin is giving birth.  And she might just do that during the movie and be ready for the Q&A.

Both Greg and Brian appear on the film.

Brian was embedded with the Marines in Iraq as a journalist.  His movie, Full Disclosure, is based on that experience.  I'm eagerly waiting to see this one.  Running 57 minutes,


  1. I sincerely hope Erin isn't distracted by labor even though I agree with you that she would handle it with the same apparent ease she does everything else; I would hate for her to miss the fun. They're an amazing family.

  2. Thanks for dropping by Aussie. Ropi, I talked about the heading change in a post a couple days ago. It's just for the film festival, then I'll go back.

  3. Oh, sorry, you mentioned it indeed. Nowadays I can't pay so much attention to your blog as I used to.


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