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(E) BEYOND THE CALL, World Premier - Adrian Belic
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  05/7/2006 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
(E) BEYOND THE CALL, World Premier - Adrian Belic



From the filmmakers behind the Academy Award Nominated and Sundance Audience Award Winning documentary GENGHIS BLUES ( ) comes the next great adventure….


WORLD PREMIERE TRIBECA AND SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALS and The Doc Shop film market at Hot Docs film festival. Toronto, Canada.

Phone (415)716-0660

In a Mother Teresa meets Indiana Jones adventure, three middle-aged men, former soldiers and modern-day knights, travel the world delivering life saving humanitarian aid directly into the hands of civilians and doctors in some of the most dangerous yet beautiful places on Earth, the front lines of war.

Ed Artis, Jim Laws and Walt Ratterman are self-styled Knights of Malta, and in 1995, they formed Knightsbridge International, a unique humanitarian aid organization, whose motto is "High Adventure and Service to Humanity." Artis explains: "We're not there to change anybody's politics, we're not in the God business, and we pay our own way." Their specialty is going where death from landmines, bullets, or bombs is as frequent as death from hunger, disease, or the elements. As Laws tells it simply, “We do what we can, when we can, because we can.”

Their personal convictions and courage drive them to places such as Afghanistan, Albania, Chechnya, Cambodia, Rwanda and the southern Philippines, often when few if any other humanitarian aid organizations are around. The camera follows Artis, Laws and Ratterman as they take us on a journey into the heart of humanity and the soul of courage.

Director, Producer, Writer and Cinematographer Adrian Belic. Editor Jennifer Chinlund. Music by Marcello De Francisci. Sound Edit and Mix by Lora Hirschberg.


Press Screenings: Tribeca Cinemas at 54 Varick St (below Canal St at Laight St.) NY, NY 10013
Thursday, April 20. 2:00pm Theater 2. 130 seats.
Tuesday, April 25. 10:00am. Theater 1. 100 seats.

Public Screenings:
Friday, April 28. 5:00pm. AMC 34th St. Theater 14. 176 seats. {World Premier}
Saturday, April 29th. 10:00am. AMC Village 7 (66 Third Av. at 11th St.). Theater 1. 293 seats.
Friday, May 5. 1:30pm. AMC 68th St. (1918 Broadway at 68th St.). Theater 6. 176 seats.
Saturday, May 6th. 4:45pm. AMC 68th St. (1918 Broadway at 68th St.). Theater 6. 176 seats.


Press Screening: Kabuki Theater. Screen 3

Wednesday, April 26th. 11:00am
Please contact Richard Parkin at or (415) 627-7859 to get on list.

Public Screenings:
Sunday, April 30. 6:00pm. Kabuki Theater 1. 700 seats.
Thursday, May 4. 3:00pm Kabuki Theater 3. 253 seats.

Dr. Jim Laws D.O. and his wife Pat Laws will be in New York City Thursday night, April 27th - Saturday night, April 29th. They will be in San Francisco, Sunday, April 30th – Tuesday, May 2nd.

We are making arrangements for phone interviews with Ed Artis from the southern Philippines and Walt Ratterman by satellite phone from northern Pakistan where they are currently delivering humanitarian aid. They will also be available for email interviews.

The filmmaker Adrian Belic will be attending all of the screenings.
His travel schedule is as follows…
San Francisco: Monday, April 17th – Sunday, April 23rd
New York: Monday, April 24th – Saturday, April 29th
San Francisco: Sunday, April 30th – Wednesday, May 3rd
New York: Thursday, May 4th – Wednesday, May 10th

For Press Requests please contact Adrian Belic (415) 716-0660

Please send this on to family, friends and press…

Thank you.

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