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The Legacy of John Williams Documentary Second Campaign Goes Live

The Legacy of John Williams Doc “He Shoots, He Scores” by Jonah Bryson Second Campaign Has Gone Live

I find it remarkable that for all the wonderful music John Williams has given the world over the
decades, there hasn't really been a dedicated documentary on the maestro.  Well Jonah Bryson is trying to fix that with a new doc called "He Shoots, He Scores."  A brand new crowd funding campaign kicks off today and has some tempting perks.  You could have your name in  the credits or for just $25/£21 you can get this wonderful John Williams poster sent to you.  Not only that we'll be one step closer to being able to watch this wonderful doc.  Here's the full press release along with the link to the campaign.  We'll also keep you up to date as we get further updates on this amazing project.

The second campaign release of filmmaker and musician Jonah Bryson’s documentary “He Shoots, He Scores,” will be live on 31 July 2019.

“He Shoots, He Scores” is a documentary that tells an inspirational story of an ordinary young boy who embarks on a journey to realize an impossible childhood dream: to meet his hero, 5-time Oscar-winning composer John Williams. “Just like how John Williams' uplifting music has brought to life so many iconic blockbuster movies of our time,” composer and musician Michael Miller states, “I believe Jonah Bryson is about to bring to life a beautifully illuminating movie about John Williams that will inspire generations to come.”

The documentary features the stars and crew behind blockbusters such as Jaws screenwriter Carl Gottlieb, Boba Fett actor Jeremy Bulloch of Star Wars, and interviews with musical colleagues of John Williams himself.

So many people remember the first time they saw Star Wars or heard the first few notes from Jaws. A film about John Williams and his music is sure to be a blockbuster.

The second campaign goes live today. For more information and to show the documentary your support, visit https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/849886ab#/ . The campaign won’t be here long, so make sure to check it out before it’s gone!





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