Okay, so DNWA went to the big Atlanta film festival and not a whole lot seemed to happen. We were a little bummed. But then we caught a huge break. A gentleman who saw the film in Atlanta works for a large Atlanta-based communications company and was so moved by the film he persuaded the company to provide post-production and editing facilities to DNWA. So in early August Jeremy spent two weeks with Crawford Communications (to whom we are hugely grateful) creating a much higher quality version of the film, plus a one hour version ready for TV broadcast. That means the next time the film shows at a festival it will be crisper, easier to see and much easier on the ears. Thanks again to Crawford Communications!