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His Nominated Documentary Needs Your Vote

Webby AwardsGlenn Osten Anderson’s (C’02, Pennfest 2007) web-video project for The Long Road just got nominated for a Webby Award yesterday and he needs your help.

From the film’s press release,

The Long Road not only builds on our mission to promote exercise and athletics, but gives us the opportunity to profile a unique side of the student athlete community” said Armory Foundation President and New York City Marathon winner Norbert Sander, MD. “ Never before has a documentary been able to go this deep inside the marathon. The unprecedented access afforded to this production by New York Road Runners and The Achilles Track Club helps to craft these powerful and important stories.”

Click here to watch his video

…Then VOTE for him on the “Viewers choice” page here
(you’ll need to sign up, Click the “Online Film & Video” category, and then vote for “The Long Road” under the “Student” category)

Click here to find out how Glenn got his start in sports films

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