Audience Award at the Twin Cities Film Fest

While we are still in the early stages of the release for our drum corps movie, we’ve had some pretty?exciting experiences so far. At the end of October, Producer/Director Mac Smith traveled to St. Louis Park, Minnesota for the Twin Cities Film Fest. This was the third film festival for “Scouts Honor” and all the staff members and volunteers made us feel incredibly welcome. TCFF Managing Director, Bill Cooper and Mac Smith TCFF was... Read More

Trailer Premiere at DCE Championships

When the words “drum corps” are read or heard, many people think of DCI (Drum Corps International), which holds nearly all of it’s events within the United States, but drum corps is not unique to America. There are drum corps and variations of the drum corps concept in Indonesia, Japan, Canada, and South Africa (just to name a few). At the end of last month the DCE (Drum Corps Europe) organization had it’s European championships... Read More

“Best Documentary” at the FLY Film Festival!

The first film festival screenings of the movie, a new IndieGoGo campaign, and Mr. Smith goes to Indianapolis! Two and a half years ago we started fundraising for the “Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood” project via a campaign on the IndieGoGo website. It was extremely successful and served as the launching off point for the production of the film. The movie has now been shot, edited, and is currently making the film festival... Read More

A Readjustment

A number of you have been asking when our drum corps movie is going to be released. As of six months ago we were sure that the film would have been released by this date. Unfortunately that hasn?t happened. We knew that the three toughest parts of this filmmaking process would be the shooting, the editing and the music licensing.   After 14 separate trips spread out over 25 months we completed the production portion of the film in August 2013.... 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

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