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The Butterfly Circus Feature Film Teaser--uploaded by irapuato. thebutterflycircus December 21, 2010 www.thebutterflycircus.com. Teaser trailer for the feature film The Butterfly Circus in HD Featu…More
The Butterfly Circus Feature Film Teaser--uploaded by irapuato.

thebutterflycircus December 21, 2010 www.thebutterflycircus.com.
Teaser trailer for the feature film The Butterfly Circus in HD
Featuring: Eduardo Verastegui, Nick Vujicic, Doug Jones
Directed by: Joshua Weigel
Produced by: Joshua Weigel, Rebekah Weigel, Angela Alvarez
kfarley
Nick Vujicic is really an inspirational person and I've seen several videos that he has spoken on. He is one of the best examples of a human being who has every reason to be bitter and hopeless in his situation in life that has used his disability as a triumph. He is an inspiration to anyone who would otherwise give in to despair in their personal struggle in life.
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The Butterfly Circus is becoming a feature film: thebutterflycircus.com
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The Butterfly Circus is a short film created by Joshua and Rebekah Weigel in 2009.[1] The production was completed in 12 days by a cast and crew of over 150 people, on locations in the Southern California regions of the San Gabriel Mountains, Riverside, Palmdale and Santa Clarita. The short garnered its first award as the Grand Prize winner of The Doopost Film Project, and then went on to win …More
The Butterfly Circus is a short film created by Joshua and Rebekah Weigel in 2009.[1] The production was completed in 12 days by a cast and crew of over 150 people, on locations in the Southern California regions of the San Gabriel Mountains, Riverside, Palmdale and Santa Clarita. The short garnered its first award as the Grand Prize winner of The Doopost Film Project, and then went on to win subsequent awards at festivals around the world.[citation needed] By July 2010, the film had already accumulated over 7 million collective online views primarily through posts on YouTube. It also featured Latino celebrity Eduardo Verástegui (Bella), Doug Jones who played the Pale Man in 'Pan's Labyrinth', the Silver Surfer in 'Fantastic Four-Rise of the Silver Surfer' and Abe Sapien in 'Hellboy I & II'. Nick Vujicic, an international motivational and evangelistic speaker from Australia who was born without arms or legs, debuted in film and received the Best Actor award for his starring performance as Will at the 2010 Method Fest Independent Film Festival.[2][3] Along with his many life experiences, Nick recounts working on the film in his book titled Life Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life (Random House, 2010). Director Joshua Weigel has stated that he will be working on writing a feature-length version of the script.[4]
[edit] Cast and crew
Director: Joshua Weigel | Writer: Joshua Weigel & Rebekah Weigel | Producers: Joshua Weigel, Rebekah Weigel, Angie Alvarez | Executive Producers: Jon & Esther Phelps, Jason Atkins, Nathan Christopher Haase, Bob Yerkes, Ed Vizenor & Nathan Elliott | Director of Photography: Brian Baugh | Production Designer: Yeva McCloskey | Cast: Eduardo Verastegui, Nick Vujicic, Doug Jones, Matt Allmen, Mark Atteberry, Kirk Bovill, Lexi Pearl, Connor Rosen Original Score: Timothy Williams (Composer)
[edit] References
^ www.thedoorpost.com/hope/film
^ www.lifewithoutlimbs.org/mediaroom/butterfly-circu…
^ www.methodfest.com/10pages/news.htm
^ www.moviemaker.com/…/the_butterfly_c…
official website: www.thebutterflycircus.com
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly_Circus