Matthew Temple to Follow US Team to Direct Film
college.The players who persevered, the ones who decided not to push back against the status quo and move to softball or another sport completely, and others who came to baseball after playing softball. And of course, there are also the stories of the parents,
coaches, and the boys who play with them, from the ones who welcome the girls to the ones who don’t.“This is not a cause film,” says Temple, “it’s a human film, following the stories of the girls and women who play now, who want to play, and what they go through in order to play.” First and foremost, this is a film about the women and girls who play baseball, but he adds, “it is also, in part, a reflection of our society and our cultural relationship to gender, gender expectations, women in sports and the freedom to pursue dreams, hopes, and one’s own path regardless of gender.”GIRLS OF SUMMER is on Facebook, (www.facebook.com/girlsofsummerdoc) where
you can join the mailing list, follow the story, and view videos. They have just launched a crowd funding campaign (www.seedandspark.com/studio/girls-of-summer) and released a video
(https://youtu.be/VDe3EAXnfa8). WeStrive, a California 501(c)3 non-profit is fiscal sponsor.ABOUT MATTHEW TEMPLE
Matthew Temple is a Los Angeles based filmmaker, having produced such films as DRAGON NEST: WARRIORS’ DAWN, THE ADVOCATE and FIRST LOVE: IT’S THE MUSIC and directed numerous commercials, music videos and short-form content.
Additionally, he serves as Executive Director of The Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival, which he co-founded.
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