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Announcing the SKIP-A-FLICK CHALLENGE!


SKIP A FLICK CHALLENGE
Do you love movies? Tired of being disappointed by Hollywood's values? Do you cringe at some of the content you're exposed to for the sake of entertainment? It's time to vote with your feet and your wallet...



SKIP A FLICK DETAILS:
In the next 30 days, pick a flick you would have gone to see or theaters or would have rented and...
1. Skip it. Don't go or don't rent. Make a conscious choice not to support Hollywood and all its [adjective] + [noun]. (EMAIL at: rebeca@reloadnow.org your two-word description of Hollywood movies to us and you might win a Reload t-shirt!)
2. Spend it. Spend that time doing something positive with your family and loved ones. Play some games. Do a service project. Intentionally spend THAT time on a positive alternative.
3. Send it. Take the money you would have spent and donate it to Reload. Send THAT money to a positive alternative.
4. Pass it. Challenge one friend or family member to take the Skip-a-Flick Challenge, too.


Reload's First Feature:
The first feature film to be produced by Reload is an adaptation of the novel Bad Idea by brothers Todd and Jedd Hafer. Three documentaries are also in pre-production, two of which have recently signed book deals with a CBA publishing house. Learn more about Reload projects here.



WHAT IS BAD IDEA ABOUT?
This coming-of-age, road-trip tale shines a harsh yet forgiving light on 18-year-old Griffin Smith as he travels from his midwestern home to college in California. Along for the ride are Griffin's dad, the dad's trophy wife (whose closer to Griff's age than his dad's), Griff's best friend, Griff's little brother...and a strange encounter with one angry coyote.


WHAT IS RELOAD?
Founded by Emmy-winning director Steve Feldman and groundbreaking publicist and author Rebeca Seitz, Reload was formed to produce motion picture content that will stir the soul and awaken the mind to ideas of eternal significance.

Reload: What we shoot matters.


Donate to Reload

Contact Glass Road:
Glass Road Public Relations
1700 Hayes Street
Suite 302
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 823-6909


~This is a sponsored post for Glass Road and Reload. I was not compensated for this post.~

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  1. Bad idea sounds interesting but it was "a strange encounter with one angry coyote" that got my attention.

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