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5000 Days Seattle Screening for Bloggers

• 21 September 2011

If you are a Seattle-based blogger, I'm excited to share a wonderful opportunity with you today.  Local filmmaker Rick Stevenson has extended an invitation to you to attend a screening of Two Brothers, the film that began his popular 5000 Days Project (friendly warning: there's music on the site).  The film documents two siblings through a candid, adolescent journey and weaves a splendid story about emotion, faith and connections developed along the way.  It's been so exciting to watch this inspiring project expand and gain momentum at both a local and worldwide level.

My husband and I will be attending and would love to meet you there!  The film screening will be hosted at the Stevenson's home, which is actually this week's "real life home" and I know you'd love seeing the space in person (see view from the home above).  You can read more details about the event as well as RSVP here.

Two Brothers Film Screening for Northwest Bloggers
5000 Days Project
Friday, September 23rd
7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Shoreline, Washington


  1. I just went to the website and watched this. It made me cry. Looks like a great film.

  2. Stephanie, I just watched the film clip. I wish I was a blogger. And lived in the Northwest. Just so I could attend the screening Friday night. I think if I were you, I would go easy on the mascara and shove a few tissues in my pocket. There won't be a dry eye.

  3. Looks like a great film and I wish I didn't already have plans to meet a friend who's briefly back in town at Oktoberfest (though I expect that will be fun too :)

  4. wish wish I could come. Unfortunately (and fortunately) my sister is getting married;) Have fun!

  5. Lots more information about the film now available at It's available on DVD now, and you can stream too.


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