Yes you read it right …. I have had a Documentary film made about me “how cool is that?”…. they filmed my journey to qualify for the 2016 Paralympic Shooting Team. I’ve had my very own film crew following me around for about 2 years.
It all started on a train ride home from a day in town (Brisbane City). I was in the city attending an independent living expo, where I spent most of my time stuck in one spot with a flat tyre on my powerchair. By the time I had it repaired it was time to go home.
I did learn something that day …. don’t leave home without a spare tube in case of a flat and if you ever do get stuck with a flat tyre, “CALL RACQ” They will come out and fix it for you “FREE OF CHARGE”
My ride home is when I met a “STRANGER ON THE TRAIN“. One of the best days of my life, though I didn’t know yet. I met an amazing young man studying Film Making at Southbanks Griffith University of Film.
Lachlan James Morton has since graduated and is now on an adventure himself. First stop is Berlin. Wolfe ( short film documentry Lachlan worked on) will be having its World Premiere at the 67th annual Berlinale, in the Generation 14plus category! .
So proud of this young man. I had an opportunity to view a short version of my own documentary and WOW !!! I can’t wait to see the full version.
Click on the above link to “WOLFE” the documentary facebook page and follow Lachlan and his crew members in Berlin. Wish them Luck – “break a leg” isn’t that film talk for luck?
Go out there and live your life to the fullest, live life like there’s no tomorrow …
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