Following last week’s enormously successful and enjoyable private rough-cut screening of “Blood, Sweat & Cheers,” it’s time to fine tune the documentary and get ready to spread the spirit!
We just wrapped up our application to be considered for the prestigious Sundance Film Festival and are currently researching which of the thousands of festivals out there would be the best fit for”B, S & C.”
All too often, cheerleaders of all ages and levels are portrayed as ditzy, blonde snobs. And quite frankly, we’re hoping this behind-the-scenes journey will help dispel that harmful stereotype.
If you have a favorite film festival or independent theater you believe would be a perfect match for “Blood, Sweat & Cheers,” please contact us at email@example.com
On another note, if you have any friends who continue to insist that cheerleading is not a “real” sport — and it obviously deserves Olympic status compared to some of the silly “sports” now in competition — here’s some mandatory reading from the Washington Post.
Not only does the Post meticulously document that cheerleading is certainly as physically challenging as football, injurywise, but their fantastic slideshow proves we’re much prettier to look at (the guys, too).