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Learn more about traumatic brain injury and how to protect yourself and those you love at the Love Your Brain Campaign.
Outside Magazine discusses the tremendous impact that Lucy Walker’s film continues to have on winter sports.
“‘It’s like we were breaking a story,’ says Walker. ‘There were a lot of things that we realized nobody had talked about before.’ “
OFTEN A WOMAN
A set of documentaries directed by female filmmakers.
Check out Kevin’s official website.
Listen to our playlist with music from the film on Spotify.
Our interview with Pia Pearce, Mother from The Crash Reel.
LoveYourBrain is the outreach campaign born from THE CRASH REEL and Kevin Pearce.
From Neuro.RAPT comes this exclusive, four-part docu-byte series on Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) for both veteran and civilian populations.
Read the interview at National Geographic.
“I learned that it’s possible for me… to make a movie that is simultaneously a snowboarding movie, an anti-snowboarding movie, and a movie that is not about snowboarding at all, but about passion and how to live and how to dig deep and accept disability and embrace change and be a family and be an athlete and be an inspiration.”
Read Lucy’s 8 things at GOOD.
Explore our The Crash Reel pinterest board.
Even pro athletes who routinely suffer major concussions don’t know what to do when they hit their head. So Lucy Walker was inspired to create this infographic.
Interested in learning how director Lucy Walker first met Kevin Pearce and why she decided to film his story?
Find out here.
"An insightful, deeply affecting journey of emotional discovery."
Time Out London
"Goes flying past all the clichés."
The Wall Street Journal