Published on Mar 9, 2012
This was an interview with Gulcin Gilbert, director of the award winning film Pink Skies and Barry Rubinow of the Documentary Channel.
Pink Skies is an inspirational documentary about the empowerment of women. It's about overcoming obstacles as athletes & as human beings.
The film follows Ruth, a breast cancer survivor as she hopes to join an incredible team of nearly 200 women from 31 countries to create a World Record all Women's Skydiving Formation. The team also has a goal to raise nearly 1 million dollars for breast cancer research and prevention.
Along with phenomenal skydives, the film features, breast cancer survivors, cutting edge researchers, doctors and activists. It reveals breakthroughs that have not been widely publicized, and the seismic shift towards prevention. This informational aspect is interwoven with the very challenging world record skydive event that takes place over a period of six days.
The film can be seen on DOC on March 16th . For other upcoming dates, see: http://documentarychannel.com/movie.p... for more information and to purchase the DVD at the DOC store.
The interview features several segments from the film including a skydive record attempt of a 180-way formation. The beautiful song for this segment, "We Could" was donated to the film by Kim DiVine. www.kimdivine.com.
Pink Skies is a Warp 8 Production by Gulcin Gilbert,
Written, PRODUCED and DIRECTED BY Gulcin Gilbert, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND EDITOR Zac Heileson, PRODUCER Maureen Peyrot, PRODUCER Julia Gilbert, MUSIC AND SCORE Zac Heileson and Michael Wine
AUDIO Michael Wine, AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY Craig O'Brien -- Team Lead, Willy Boeykens, Norman Kent, Dave Major, Andrey Veselov, Henny Wiggers, Karen Lewis, George Katsoulis
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