18 Sep

We’re still flying! And new Midway film teaser…









Dear supporters of Midway:

Thank you from deep in our hearts for all the support and comments and well-wishes. Midway has been shouldering the blustery winds of film post-production, taking its inspiration from the albatrosses’ winged perseverance through all that man and nature send their way.

We are proud to announce that a work-in-progress version of the film screened at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival last week, and had several edifying showings over the course of the festival. Co-directors Jordan and Emiliani are now back to work polishing a final version of our film. Our new goal: another festival premiere in early 2014.

In the meantime, if you haven’t already, please check out the new film teaser created for TIFF at www.midwayfilm.com.

It’s been a long flight, but Midway is closer than ever…and we are so grateful you are with us on this journey.

In deep appreciation,
the Midway film team

6 thoughts on “We’re still flying! And new Midway film teaser…

  1. My husband was stationed on this island for one year he learned to do his best fishing on Midway, as I was watching this video he was on the other side of the bed and said” that sounds like midway Island” I showed him the film and he was so heartbroken he said it’s actually worse now than it was 15 years ago. So sad.

  2. More peolple need to listen to the albatross: http://ocupado.eu/albatross 😀
    Even out in the middle of the ocean you see plastic bags and so on floating by. The amount of plastic garbage humans have produced (in this short time) and spread around the globe polluting the environment is massive. Sadly other species take its toll on account of that, and eventually in a closed eco system like the earth sphere, humans will too.

  3. Thank you Jordan and all the team for this incredible work and mission you chose to burden yourselves with. It is honorable. Keep going, for the sake of the birds, and for those who, like me, will perhaps never see Midway the way it used to be before the plastic era.
    Thanks from a French guy.

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