Special Fundraiser Screening for the Blue Devils “C” Corps

BDCscreeningSmallPicThe Blue Devils Drum & Bugle Corps and the directors of the feature length documentary ?Scouts Honor: Inside A Marching Brotherhood? are pleased to announce a special screening of the film in Concord, California. On Wednesday, May 13, 2015, the movie will be shown at the Brenden Theatres located at 1985 Willow Pass Road in Concord. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the film will start at 7:00 p.m.

Also appearing for a Q&A session after the screening will be director/producer Mac Smith and co-producer John ?JT? Torrijos. Tickets are $10.00 and all proceeds will benefit the Blue Devils ?C? Corps. As a special bonus, all ticket holders will receive a free small popcorn and a $9.00 voucher for a future movie at Brenden Theatres!
Tickets are available HERE (Updated 5-13-15, please purchase additional tickets and pick up your will call purchase at Brendan Theatres). There will be a limited number of tickets available at the theater on the day of the screening, so it is suggested that you buy tickets on-line beforehand.

The directors of the film, both alumni of the Madison Scouts, have long wanted to make a documentary on the marching music activity and the Madison Scouts in particular, having realized years ago what an impact such an intense activity performed at such a young age had on their lives outside of music. Their goal is to raise awareness of positive youth activities, like drum corps, which craft young people into better adults which will ultimately benefit society.

One of the aspects of the documentary that the filmmakers are particularly proud of is the sound recordings of the Madison Scouts? field performances. Co-producer John ?JT? Torrijos recorded the live performances with 5.1 audio mixing in mind, wanting to allow the listening audience in the theater to experience these powerful performances as if they were on the 50 yard line of an actual show. The filmmakers are convinced that anyone who watches the documentary in a theater will get pulled into the personal stories that they follow, as well as the ?wow factor? of the live performance sound recordings that will keep audience members on the edge of their seats.

The Blue Devils “C” corps is made up of kids in Northern California between the ages of 8 and 14 and they perform both in parades and field shows throughout the Spring and Summer. They can be seen at?both the Stanford show and the Blue Devils “Family Day” along with both the “A” and “B” corps.BDCscreening04small

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