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Weekend Adventure & Chisholm MN Screening 05.01.09
The first weekend in May was full of promotion and connections en route to Chisholm, Minnesota which was home of the real life Archibald “Doc” Moonlight Graham featured in the movie Field of Dreams released 20 years ago.
The sold out documentary screening of "Objectified” by Gary Hustwit (who also produced the documentary “Helvetica” in 2007) was attended by Ghost Player Director/Producer, Joe Scherrman at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis MN on Thursday, April 30th. The Friday morning blue skies greeted Joe Scherrman who stopped by to visit the 2010 home of the Minnesota Twins, “Target Field,” which is under construction and looking good.
Nick Vetter of Low and Inside, LLC merged forces with Joe Scherrman en route to a 7:30pm preview screening of “Ghost Player” at “Valentini’s Supper Club” in Chisholm MN which was arranged by the Chisholm Area Chamber of Commerce. A special thanks to Chisholm MN Mayor Mike Jugovich, Veda Ponikvar and Paul Valentini for their hospitality! Mayor Jugovich highlighted the visit with a trip to newly constructed “Doc Moonlight Graham Field of Dreams Ballpark” and a stop by Moonlight Graham's former house in Chisholm MN.
After a 2.5 hour drive onward to Cass Lake, MN to film the “Panther Hoops Coaching Clinic” from 8:00am – 7:45pm on May 2nd. Many top level college and high school coaches were presenting throughout the day including, John Hedstrom, Minnetonka High School; Eddie Andrist, University of Wisconsin-Stout; Scott Nagy, South Dakota State University; Dave Galovich, Crosby-Ironton High School; Bob McDonald, Chisholm High School; Tim Jankovich, Illinois State University; Robin Selvig, University of Montana.
DreamCatcher Productions, LLC was responsible for filming and editing supporting DVD training summaries for this premier basketball coaches training event. The evening was highlighted with great food and company at “The Big Tap,” and the “American Legion Post 284” in Cass Lake with an introduction to Cass Lake MN Mayor Wayne LaDuke.