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"Likely the best narrative film I saw at SBIFF, ATMB is a small film with an incredibly large heart that deals frankly yet tenderly with the most tragic circumstances imaginable."

-Screen Comment

"A Thousand Miles Behind" is a beautiful and poignant story of hope, that even when life hits rock bottom there is always a way through if you can just hang in there long enough to find your way back to the light.

 

Lemoyne Street Pictures proudly presents our debut Feature Film, written and directed by Nathan Wetherington. Starring Jeffrey Doornbos, in a career defining performance. And Introducing Vanessa Campbell

With Greg Evigan, Bre Blair, and Jeffrey Nicholas Brown.

With an Original Score by Sten Bowen.

WINNER *BEST FEATURE FILM* MOTOTEMATICA 2018

WINNER *JURY PRIZE* PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE FILM FESTIVAL 2019

WINNER *BEST DRAMA* ROME INDEPENDENT CINEMA FESIVAL 2019

WINNER *BEST FEATURE FILM* BEST DIRECTOR* GOOD GRAIN FILM FESTIVAL 2019

WATCH THE TRAILER

"Likely the best narrative film I saw at SBIFF, ATMB is a small film with an incredibly large heart that deals frankly yet tenderly with the most tragic circumstances imaginable."   -Screen Comment

Upcoming Festival Dates, Screenings, and Tickets

FRENCH RIVIERA MOTORCYCLE FILM FESTIVAL

NICE, FR FEB 15-17, 2020

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THE STORYLINE

"Sometimes you have drop it all before you can start  picking up the pieces."

SYNOPSIS:

After losing his wife and daughter, Preston Avery finds himself suddenly trapped in grief and isolated in a now empty house with nothing but the ghosts of his previous life to haunt him. As the days bleed together and the walls of the house slowly close in around him, all hope seems to be lost until a motorcycle mysteriously appears one morning on his doorstep.

In an act of restless despair, Preston sets out on a solo trip across California. On the road, he eventually crosses paths with a spirited young woman named Tracey, who is finally able to break through his fog of grief just long enough to throw him a lifeline back into the land of the living.  But will he be able to take hold and leave the past behind? 

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