Why is “Clash Of The Corps” Important?

Next week is the premiere of an 8 part docuseries, called “Clash of the Corps” on the Fuse Network. It’s a reality show that follows two legendary drum corps, the Blue Devils from Concord, California, and the Cadets from Allentown, Pennsylvania. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is an executive producer on this show and his team followed these two rival corps through the 2016 Drum Corps International season. We follow¬†the marching... Read More

FREE Shipping on DVDs and Blurays of SCOUTS HONOR

Through Labor Day weekend, order the award winning, documentary film “Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood” and get FREE shipping on all orders within the USA. We have limited numbers of the film on DVD and Blu-ray, so get a copy while you can. Check out what other people are saying about the film on both Rotten Tomatoes, and IMDb. Thanks for your support! The Scouts Honor team  Read More

An Exciting Week of Crowd Driven Screenings

Madison Scouts alumni at the Mason, OH screening on March 30, 2015 Audience members in Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin attended screenings of our drum corps movie this past week thanks to our “Theatrical On Demand” partner Gathr Films. There were large turnouts at all the locations?and for the first time we had two screenings happening on the same night in two different locations! Our film not only inspires people by showing them a unique... Read More

Running a Screening Campaign

Some of the audience members at the Dublin, California screening of “Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood.” There’s been a tremendous response to our “Theatrical On Demand” release with all of the screening requests that have popped up all over the United States. It’s exciting to see that so many people are interested in seeing our film in a movie theater. While we’ve had a good number of successful... Read More

Amplifying our Message

Our movie is complete and it’s starting to get noticed by fans of the marching arts around the USA. We’re coming up on the four year anniversary of when we conceived the initial idea for the film. It seems like such a long time ago because we’ve been through so much from the idea stage, to the test shoot phase, raising our initial funds, shooting, editing, wrangling the music licenses, more editing, to a finished film. In a lot of... Read More

Special Screening in Edmonton, Canada

Members of “Vintage” during the 2014 YEG Pride Parade While many people associate drum and bugle corps with the United States, there are a tremendous number?of marching arts organizations in other countries around the world. During a critical time in our?fundraising efforts?to cover the music licensing costs in our documentary film, we were contacted by two groups in Edmonton, Canada that were interested in having a special screening.... Read More

Local Madison News & the Twin Cities Film Festival

WKOW 27: Madison, WI Breaking News, Weather and Sports Twin Cities Film Festival, Managing Director, Bill Cooper spoke with Caroline Bach on WKOW about our documentary feature, “Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood”. Our film is having it’s Minnesota premiere at the Twin Cities Film Festival on Saturday, October 25th at 3pm and tickets are now on sale for our screening. Don’t wait because they are selling fast! If you... Read More

Time Loses All Meaning – Deleted Scene

Many of our fans have been anticipating the release of our film. Earlier this month we posed a challenge to our fan base. We told them if they would help us get our total number of followers on our?Facebook fan page?to 4,000 that we would post a deleted scene from our drum corps movie. Our fans really rallied because it only took a few days for our total number of fans to jump from 3,500 to 4,000 on Facebook! Our film has been crowdsourced from the... Read More

A Chance to Grow Drum Corps

Each drum corps has their own style, history and rabid fan base. You can compare drum corps to professional football teams in many ways, and you could argue for?days whether each group had a good year, a bad year or if they are heading in the right or wrong direction with their program. This is a competitive activity and the public likes to see a clear winner and analyze the scores. We understand that there are fans of the activity that live and... Read More

Growing Our Audience

It’s one thing to make a movie, but if not many people know it exists then what’s the point? Our target audience for the documentary are members, alumni, and fans of both drum and bugle corps and marching band. Ultimately it’s a movie that is structured to work for a wide audience so anyone can watch it and get ?something from it, but we need to primarily get people involved with the marching arts on board first. ?We talk to quite... Read More

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