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Dubuque Film Screening Anything but Rough

As many of you know, (and may have read about in my previous blog post) a documentary film about local musicians is currently being made in Dubuque. Last week, a rough cut screening of that film took place, and we're here to say: thank you Dubuque! Thank you for showing up the night of August 8th to witness the rough-cut screening of the "No Boundaries" documentary about the Colts Drum and Bugle Corps.

It has been an honor getting to document the corps' story and to start getting to share it with a community that supports it so well. We are blessed to live in a place that has such a varied arts world that this documentary could incorporate the talents of local musicians, graphic design artists, and filmmakers, to create this movie about Iowa's Musical Ambassadors, the Dubuque Colts.

Being showcased in a setting that was in the shadow of the amazing "Voices form the Warehouse" could only happen thanks to the partnership between the city of Dubuque, Main Street, and the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival.

Thank you again, Dubuque community for believing in our film, from myself and the entire production team of "No Boundaries". 

Please remember, we are still seeking feedback HERE.


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