The AHC Documentary crew were invited to the AHC support group family meeting in Gerrard Cross, England this week.
The crew recorded the presentations and interviewed Prof. Cross and Prof. Sisodiya. We also interviewed 6 AHC parents
Siggi Johannesson gave a presentation on AHC Federation of Europe, AHC International Alliance, IAHCRC and AHC Documentary.
Dominique Poncelin gave a very good presentation about current research on AHC
The Tracy Forrest Foundation donated 5.000 usd towards the AHC Documentary this week.
TRACY FORREST CHAIRMAN/CEO Since founding WPC in 1974, Chairman and CEO, Tracy Forrest has guided the company along a successful path of strategic, controlled growth. Throughout his more than 41 years of construction industry experience, Tracy has fostered an environment of continuous improvement.
The AHC Documentary crew is ecstatic about the support and thanks Tracy and the tracy Forrest Foundation immensely for their very generous donation;)
Many thanks also to Cure AHC for their help getting this donation.
The AHC Association of the Nederland´s has joined other AHC Associations in supporting the AHC Documentary.
De AHC Vereniging Nederland was formed in 2005 by Willem Zorge and other AHC parents and has always been an important member of the AHC community and has contributed so much although they only account for less than 10 AHC champions.
Willem Zorge is the current president of the association and with him in the board of directors are Marion Zorge, Veronique Lans-de Nijs and Nienke Lentze
The Crew thanks De AHC Vereniging Nederland for their important contribution towards the AHC Documentary.
AFHA – Association Francaise Hemiplegie Alternante donates 2500 Euro to the AHC Documentary.
AFHA is the first parent AHC association to be formed and has always been extremely active to raise awareness and push and support research on Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood.
Current president of AFHA, Dominique Poncelin was also kind enough to participate in the Documentary.
We are honoured to accept AFHA donation and their support means a lot to the crew.
Agusta Fanney spends her time in the editing room these days.
Almost all of the interviews that have been filmed have been raw-cut and will be reviewed for first cut and fine cut this month.
There are still some filming and 2 interviews to be filmed and then we should have all the bases for the Documentary.
Next steps are colour editing, sound effects, finishing the screenplay, storyboard, graphic effects, voiceover and subtitles in 8 languages.
So as you can see there is a lot of work still to be done and we are still missing funds to finish the Documentary.
The AHC Video Library will open after the AHC documentary has been released and it will be open to the public both for viewing and for downloading. The Crew