Our goal of the movie is to share and empower anyone facing a disability, diversity, sickness. To know that they are not alone and to define their life for themselves not for what ails or seemingly keeps them feeling any less a person. This story tells of love and spirit as we find ourselves common.
Packed with light humor and easy conversations that will entertain you with laughter and tears.
CHALLENGE VS FATE
Living With Cystic Fibrosis Never Felt So free!
A Last Wish and Dedication Project
Entertaining, Comedic, Inspirational
Diversity and Disease shall not define the living, they shall define themselves
Think Dallas Buyers Club meets Still Alice for the Cystic Fibrosis world.
a story about meeting challenges and adversity, about passion to help other CF sufferers and be an inspiration to them,
David Foster breathes freely in Always Another Mountain.
Always Another Mountain is the life story of David Foster, an adventurer, an outdoors man, and a man afflicted with the debilitating lung disorder Cystic Fibrosis. He had a passion for life and a love of the outdoors which transcended the physical limitations brought on by this incurable disease. Foster wanted to leave this world better than he found it, and wanted his life to serve as an inspiration not only for those suffering from CF, but for all of us. This is a story about the triumphs and tragedies that all afflicted with cystic fibrosis must face during their shortened lives, and specifically David Foster’s life.
Theatrical Festival / Movie of the Week / SVOD Streaming / DVD
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AAM Living with Cystic Fibrosis book is adapted from the screenplay and draws the reader in through film styled scene descriptions.
“I’m just like anyone else, I just cough a little more” -DavidFoster
Available at Lulu Publishing, Itunes, Nook, Amazon –
David Fosters life was full yet short; afflicted with Cystic Fibrosis, he had a passion for life and a love of the outdoors which transcended his physical limitations. Foster wanted to leave this world better than he found it, and wanted his life to serve as an inspiration not only for those suffering from CF, but for all of us.
Shortly before his deteriorating condition forced him to leave the film industry and move to Tucson, Arizona, Foster invited Randy Jon Morgan to collaborate with him on a bio-script. At the same time, fellow editor Rick Tuber also thought that David’s mountain-climbing triumphs and battle with this crippling disease would make an inspirational film that would both be entertaining and enlightening. Rick, Randy and David were then joined by master story teller Sharidan Williams-Sotelo. They began collaborating on the screenplay, conducting taped interviews with David, his mother (Lesa Ona), his favorite hiking companion Uncle Jack, and David’s brother Kevin, himself a victim of the same disease. Several members of the medical community at the University of Tucson Medical Center, where David was a regular patient, also contributed to telling the story of life within a Cystic Fibrosis Pediatric Facility.