Diane has played bagpipes for nearly 40 years. She was one of the first women to learn and perform with a bagpipe band, traditionally all-men, historically military. She is currently a member of the Flint Scottish Pipe Band. This story is loosely based on her own experiences, told through the perseverance of a young Asian-American boy whose growth and achievement reflect her own untraditional successes in life.
New York Times best selling author currently writing reality-based scripts for inspirational stories supported with historical truth. As a bagpiper for more than four decades, Diane wants to bring the world of Highland Games and pipe bands to the family screen.
Writer, producer, and director on sitcom web series ``909: For a Good Time``. Director of short film ``Lost Connections``. Founder of Good Harbor Blue Productions.
Producer on a variety of short films including ``Lost Connections`` and the award-winning ``Liquid Ambition``. Co-founder of Ohno Design, a web development/marketing agency.
Director of Bay City Michigan's Hell's Half Mile Film and Music Festival with a passion for all things film and film production. Producer on feature film ``Skippers``.
Writer, Producer and Director of many short films including the award-winning ``Liquid Ambition`` and the viral short ``The Gift``. Owner of Hil Productions.
Actor and producer on various short and feature films including ``Prepper's Grove``, ``Darkling`` and the award-winning ``Liquid Ambition``.
The Flint Scottish Pipe Band (est. 1916) Is Celebrating its 103rd Anniversary Ceilidh (“Celtic party”)
Date: Saturday, February 23, 2019
Place: Knights of Columbus Hall, 8428 Davison Road, Davison, MI
Time: Doors open at 6:00 pm, entertainment begins at 6:30 until midnight
Scotch Whisky Tasting Event with food and live music on
Friday, February 22, 6:30-8:30 pm.
Come celebrate the Flint Scottish Pipe Band’s 103rd anniversary at its annual Ceilidh on Saturday, February 23 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 8428 Davison Road, Davison, MI. Doors open at 6:00 pm, entertainment begins at 6:30 until midnight. Traditional Scottish foods and a cash bar will be available throughout the evening.
Four bagpipe bands and massed bands will perform along with Scottish and Irish dancers. The popular, high-energy band, CrossBow, will also provide musical entertainment throughout the evening.
Tickets sell out quickly and may be purchased online at www.EventBrite.com. No internet? Mail checks payable to: Flint Scottish Pipe Band, P.O. Box 742, Flint, MI 48501. $24 for adults, $20 for seniors 65 and older, and $15 for kids 12 and under. Tickets for purchase at-the-door may be available.
For further information, please visit our website: www.flintscottish.com and click on “Ceilidh,” or facebook.com/flintscottishpipeband, or contact Tom at (989) 928-4687, email@example.com, or Rob at (313) 550-3652, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Scotch Whisky Tasting Event will be on Friday, February 22, 6:30–8:30 pm, also at the Davison K of C Hall. It features five special Scotches, dinner, live music and a souvenir glass. $55. For details and tickets, contact Bill at (248) 563-9928, William.email@example.com or Tom at (989) 928-4687.
The band was established in 1916 by Scottish immigrants’ intent on preserving their Highland heritage. It’s one of the oldest bagpipe bands in North America and has performed with other renowned groups including Andre Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra, and Paddy Moloney and the Chieftains. FSPB is a registered non-profit organization with an elected governing board. Visit us on the web: www.flintscottish.com or facebook.com/flintscottishpipeband.
On December 3rd, 2018, our official Champion Supreme the Movie Indiegogo campaign ended and unfortunately did not make its goal. Those who have contributed, per Indiegogo rules, will have their money returned from Indiegogo directly.
Our team over the last year has been working very diligently by connecting with groups around the world via social media, email, phone and even snail mail. We’ve met a variety of amazing individuals at festivals and events as well. We continue to do so as we move forward with our film production endeavors.
This campaign was a first for this project in an attempt to keep it strictly independent. Moving forward, our goal is to seek other avenues and opportunities to properly fund this production in order to bring it to the bring screen in the year(s) to come.
We sincerely thank all of you for your time, kindness and support. The team will be taking a break for the holidays to be with our families and plans to regroup in the new year to begin this project anew. If you have any questions or contact us in regards to this project, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
We are spreading the word through our Indiegogo campaign platform! Check it out: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/champion-supreme-the-movie
We met so many great filmmakers at the Royal Starr Mixer event and 48HFP-Detroit Awards presentation and our team came away with Best Family Film Award!
So exciting! We will be at Alma Highland Festival & Games this Memorial Day Weekend! Meet screenwriter Diane Carey and part of our production team. Stop by our tent and say hello! We will be there both Saturday, May 26th and Sunday, May 27th for the fun. Join us!
We are so thankful to Bourbon Bay Productions for hosting Good Harbor Blue Productions, Diane Carey, and Osric Chau on the radio show, That Show With Those Guys, for the premiere announcement of our venture together producing Champion Supreme the Movie. We had lots of fun doing it too! You can hear the full show here.
Have you ever tried Haggis? Taylor, Alex, and Tammie did at the Glen Erin Robert Burns dinner in East Lansing. The things you do in the name of research! Actually, it wasn’t bad. Diane did a great job bringing out the Scot in all of us.
April 6th is National Tartan Day in the US! According to Wikipedia: Tartan Day is a celebration of Scottish heritage on 6 April, the date on which the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320. It originated in Canada in the mid-1980s. It spread to other communities of the Scottish diaspora in the 1990s.
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