10 YARDS: FANTASY FOOTBALL - THE MOVIE
From Award-Winning Filmmakers, Hunter Weeks and Josh Caldwell (10 MPH, 2007) comes the hilarious, offbeat, and all-encompassing portrayal of fantasy football. 10 Yards captures the phenomenon of fantasy football in our society with specific focus on wacked-out j.fredís INTERGALACTIC CHAMPIONSHIP League, where the top prize is a box of Twinkies®. As the season progresses, filmmakers Hunter & Josh (both members of j.fredís league) travel the country interviewing a variety of diverse fantasy football leagues, NFL players, commentators, and the guys who started it all in 1963. From all womenís tackle football to Mexican mariachi bands, get ready for some of the best camaraderie ever in this 90-minute fantasyland.
directed and produced 10 MPH and 10 Yards: Fantasy Football. Currently, he's directing a film about a 2700 mile mountain bike race from Canada through the USA in the Rocky Mountains. He's led efforts to bring major partners on board to help fund and promote the films, including such companies as CBS Sports, YouTube, Crocs, SmartWool, and Chipotle. He's also the author of the 10 MPH DIY Manual, which discusses unique PR, Marketing, and distribution insights on how to distribute indie films both digitally and conventionally without a major distributor. Known for his strong eye for composition, Hunter has a passion for photography and world travel. He's been published in numerous periodicals, including FHM, Maxim, Boston Globe, CNET, Sync Magazine, Hemispheres, and Intersection Magazine. Hunter currently lives in Denver, Colorado, where he splits his time between the mountains, film projects, and photography.
documentary work has been featured on E! Networks, MTV Networks, and the New England Cable Network (NECN). He edited and shot much of the footage of 10 MPH and 10 Yards: Fantasy Football. Josh's attention to detail, meticulous approach in editing and talent for graphic design has defined Spinning Blue's film style and brand image. Josh produced, edited, and filmed several short films about Howard Dean's 2004 presidential campaign. In addition to specialized commercial projects, he has also directed and edited a series of cultural vignettes about Hermosillo, Mexico. He is currently helping film the longest toughest mountain bike race on the planet, The Tour Divide.
“the film captures the spirit of fantasy football”
-New York Times
“I don’t think anybody ever thought fantasy would go to where it is right now.”
““It’s big - wherever you go, that’s what you see - fantasy football.”