Dusty's Trail: Summit of Borneo Grassroots Special (5 DVDs for $10 each/ waived screening fee)

Dusty's Trail: Summit of Borneo Grassroots Special (5 DVDs for $10 each/ waived screening fee)
Item# dustys-trail-grassroots-special
$50.00

Product Description

USA 2015 | 65 min. | Color
DVD NTSC | English | Not Rated


BUY 5 DVDS FOR $10 EACH AND CINEMA LIBRE STUDIO WILL WAIVE THE SCREENING FEE

You are free to re-sell the DVDs at suggested retail price as a fundraiser for your organization.

All screenings are subject to approval by Cinema Libre Studio. Offer is only valid for screenings to audiences up to 50 individuals. Screening information (Date & Venue) must provided in the comments section at check out.

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CONDITIONS 1. All sales are final 2. Screening must be free of charge. 3. Screening is subject to approval by Cinema Libre Studio. 4. Date and Venue information required. Place in comments box at check out.

ABOUT THE FILM
Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the number one disease in children, occurring in 1 in 3,500 male births around the world. While life expectancy varies in each case, those with the disease rarely live past their 20s. After Dusty was diagnosed at the age of six with Duchenne, it awoke within his parents a devastating realization – their happy and playful child would suffer a long, progressively weakening condition for the rest of his life until his heart and breathing muscles cease to function. As a family, they united to learn as much as they could about the disease and to enjoy every moment in life, which eventually led Dusty to ask the question “how come there’s no old people with Duchenne?” This inspired Dusty’s mother, Catherine Jayasuriya, to form Coalition Duchenne in order to raise global awareness of and funding for research and a cure through musical events and a yearly expedition to Mt. Kinabalu on the Malaysian island of Borneo. Dusty’s Trail: Summit of Borneo chronicles Dusty’s life and the remarkable journey his family, friends, and worldwide supporters take as they climb the 13,435-foot high mountain as a tribute to the boys who face the everyday challenges of living with Duchenne.