Integrity 7 Announces the LA Premiere
of Paul Dusatko’s New Documentary A Day in the Life: 5
Women Who Climb On Friday, September 7th at
5:00pm At the 3rd Annual WinFemme Film Festival in
Los Angeles, CA – Integrity 7 Productions is pleased
to announce the Los Angeles premiere of their second
feature-length film, A Day in the Life: 5 Women Who
Climb. The 60 minute documentary, directed by Paul
Dusatko will screen at this year’s 3rd Annual
WinFemme Film Festival in Beverly Hills, California on
Friday, September 7th at 5:00pm. The festival will
take place at the Clarity Theatre at 100 N. Crescent Drive.
For more information check out www.winfemme.com.
A Day in the Life focuses on uncovering parallels:
between overcoming the obstacles of climbing and overcoming
the obstacles of real life. The film beautifully explores the
subject matter by entering the lives of five women climbers:
Beth Rodden, Tiffany Campbell, Stephanie
Forte, Roxanna Brock, and Brandi Mulligan.
Each woman represents a different age, personality, and
lifestyle. From (some of) their 40-hour office cubicles, to
the 1,000-foot walls of Red Rocks, Nevada, the intimate
details of each woman's strength becomes crystal clear. This
vibrant mixture of femininity and raw determination combine in
harmony to create a film that delivers hope, encouragement,
"I felt it was important to take part in this film,"
explains climber Roxanna Brock, "I hope other women will
become inspired to find their inner strength and beauty to
tackle whatever obstacles lie before them."
"I chose to speak about my battle with anorexia and bulimia
so other women can learn from my experience," says Stephanie
Forte. "We each have issues to overcome in our lives, I feel
this film will lead women to discovering the power they hold
to overcome challenges and achieve personal success."
Filmmaker Paul Dusatko embodies the perfect Southern
Californian. With over a decade of climbing experience
including five years as a pro, the handsome, athletic
26-year-old also has 12 years of acting and directing
experience under his belt. His production company Integrity 7
Productions, which he started in 1999, saw his first
feature-length production, Inertia, garner the
rating "best selling rock climbing video for 2000", by the
leading outdoor retailer - REI. Now, A Day in the Life,
his second rock climbing video, has just won a coveted 2001
Telly Award for "Best Documentary." Dusatko will be on hand at
the LA premiere of his new film in September.
The WinFemme Film Festival is a Los Angeles-based film
festival founded by Phyllis Stuart who also runs WIN
– Women’s Image Network. Founded in 1987, WIN’s focus is
to promote positive images of women in all media. WIN’s board
features an impressive list of Hollywood notables, including
Sherry Lansing, Lili Zanuck and Arthur Hiller, to name a few.
This year’s WinFemme Film Festival runs for four days –
Thursday, September 6th thru Sunday, September 9th.
To close the festival on September 9th, Women’s
Image Network will produce the televised Audience Awards to
its winning filmmakers and the 2001 WIN Awards to honor Oscar
nominee, Lynn Redgrave, and Christina Ricci. Winners of the
network/studio WIN Award will also be announced at this lively
event. (Former WIN Award recipients include Jane Campion,
Lauren Bacall, Laura Ziskin and Tichi Wilkerson).
Dusatko comments, "I am extremely happy to present A Day
in the Life as a story of inspiration and encouragement. I
learned a great deal about life, love, and motivation from all
five of these talented and gifted women."
For now, A Day in the Life is available through
www.integrity7.com, Mountain Gear Catalogue 1-800-829-2009,
and Amazon.com (key words A Day In The Life). Please join us
Friday, September 7th at 5:00pm for the LA premiere
of A Day in the Life: 5 Women Who Climb.
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For screening copies or to interview Paul Dusatko please
contact Lynn Hasty at Green Galactic at 323-466-5141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.