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Information

The Marching Beyond Halftime One Sheet contains a summary of the project and basic biographical information on the film’s director, Sara Flatow.

One Sheet - Digital Version  (1 MB) One Sheet - Printable Version (1 MB)

Images

Contains 34 high resolution images for print and web from the production of the film.

Marching Beyond Halftime Images (153 MB)

Videos

Select from any of the videos below to download.

Teaser Trailer (41 MB) Trailer 1, With All-New Footage (192 MB) Trailer 2 (20 MB)

In the News

MBH Featured in the Florida Music Director!

Florida Music Director

May, 2015

The Florida Music Director recently featured Marching Beyond Halftime in its May 2015 issue! Visit the link to view this issue! The article starts on page 14.

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Everyday Hero Finalist: Sara Flatow

Central Florida News Channel 13

March 11, 2015

“Sara Flatow, a Hollywood producer who grew up in Orlando, crowdsourced funds for Marching Beyond Halftime, a documentary project featuring the Lake Brantley High School Patriot Band, as well as people from all walks of life who have been influenced by music education.”

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MBH featured in Ascend Performing Arts!

Ascend Performing Arts

September 24, 2014

“The mission of Ascend Performing Arts is to further the education and growth of young people through participation in high-caliber performing arts programs that promote teamwork and discipline, develop leadership skills, and enhance self-esteem.”

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Documentary ‘Marching Beyond Halftime’ focuses on Lake Brantley Band

Sanford Herald

December 3, 2014

“After college [Flatow] pursued a career in Hollywood but unfortunately it came to a screeching halt during a recent battle with breast cancer. But her love of music and marching band that brought her full circle back to the Seminole County to begin her documentary film, “Marching Beyond Halftime,” capturing its power and lasting impact.”

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Gator Band alumna gives voice to marching bands

UF College of the Arts: In the Loop

December 9, 2014

“In the documentary, Flatow features interviews with Berry and her students, as well as footage of their dedication to creating the perfect routine. Additionally, she includes interviews with neurologists and school employees, among other professionals, who give insight into the measureable benefits music education has on students.”

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MBH now featured in Halftime Magazine!

Halftime Magazine

January, 2015

“Flatow is currently filming with Lake Brantley and then will return to California for more research and to interview prominent people about how marching band has helped them...Upon completion of the film (planned for early 2016), she plans to send a copy to every member of Congress to help aid in the fight against cutting music education.”

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Today’s Visions writes about MBH

Today’s Visions: Moving Pictures

October 4, 2014

“There are many goals for this project, not just to have the film made but to show it to schools, to send copies to every member of Congress. However that can’t happen if the film isn’t funded. This film will happen, but the scope of the project relies on the budget they are given.”

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MBH featured in Mom’s Toolbox

Mom’s Toolbox

september 23, 2014

“When I hear about schools cutting music programs, it saddens me. Band brought great memories, but it also taught me a LOT. The lessons and experiences I gained from band were monumental. I hate to see today’s kids getting robbed of all of that. If you were in band or value music or music education at all, please consider supporting this project. Music programs are at risk of getting cut. Let’s not let that happen.”

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Lake Mary Life profiles Marching Beyond Halftime

Lake Mary Life

January, 2015

“Those who have spent their entire lives surrounded by music may likely tell you their experience in band has made them the person they are today. With documentaries like Sara's that open our eyes to the entire positive world of band, everyone will understand why.”

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MBH featured in Lift Up Your Hearts!

Lift Up Your Hearts

October 3, 2014

“This video is just the trailer for a documentary project promoting music education, Marching Beyond Halftime. As such, it has relevance to many outside of our immediate family. Enjoy!”

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