on Monday night at the amazing Museum of Modern Art in New York, the stillmotion fam joined a group of people invited to the premiere screening of A Game of Honor. it was an incredibly rewarding experience and such a fitting end to months of intense production. this past week A Game of Honor has been featured in GQ, the New York Times, the Examiner, the LA Times, and even Sports Illustrated. a big thanks to Cinevate for sponsoring the premiere screening and helping to make the night possible.
the day after the screening, Neil Best said this in Newsday
‘After the screening, CBS Sports president Sean McManus rose to tell an audience that included television and military personnel that the evening was “one of the proudest nights in the history of CBS Sports.”
I would say it was one of the proudest in the history of all sports television.’
Dennis, from Cinevate, and Paul, from LensProToGo, join us on the red carpet for a picture before the screening. Both Cinevate and LensProToGo have been huge supporters of stillmotion over the years and we will be forever grateful for all that they have done for us.
the stillmotion fam grabbing a picture together after the screening. Joyce, Justin, and myself shot the majority of the film with Paul, Ray, Quenna, and Amanda also contributing whenever and where ever they were needed. Quenna also spent 7 weeks straight in New York helping in post as the film neared completion. Evan and Amina joined us for the final game and helped out with BTS pictures and managing all the gear.
A Game of Honor premieres tonight on Showtime at 10PM EST. we are so excited for the world to see this film and we hope you are able to check it out.