Until it Hurts
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Documentary Feature, Healing, Recovery
Release date:
May 23, 2015
1 hours 7 minutes
Scott Hansen
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An injured vets wants to reset the day to the stories of the lives of the fallen, as told by their families, woven among the creation of the art., Until it Hurts meets along the way a retired Navy SEAL Lieutenant who survived being shot in the face, a civilian couple who purchased the art, a seventeen year-old who wants to be a Navy SEAL and the NYPD Officer whose best friends were killed in 9-11.


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About the Filmmaker

Scott Hansen

Scott Hansen is the founder and CEO of Digital Thunderdome. Since his graduation from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2006, he and his team have produced and directed over 400 music videos for clients worldwide. Some clients include Willie Nelson, Ill Nino, Colt Ford, Chase Rice and A Day To Remember. Scott has also worked with companies such as YMCA, Warner Bros, Doritos, Citi Trends, Discovery Channel and many more. MTV’s Headbangers Ball nominated Scott’s music video for the group Carnifex as music video of the year. In 2012, his award winning video for the Moonshine Bandits ran at number one for three weeks on CMT, as well as they second video they shot with Scott “My Kind of Country” which also debuted at number one. Scott has worked with many mainstream actors such as Danny Trejo, Michael Madsen, Jet Li and Lou Ferrigno. In 2013, Scott and his team made the jump to feature film and completed principal photography on the film Monumental, starring Gary Carins of Justified and Luke Albright of Burn Notice. In 2014, Digital Thunderdome producer their horror feature, The Possession Experiment, and fire documentary feature, Until it Hurts.

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  • UiH Gold Star Families

    Several Gold Star families participated in a film project titled (Until It Hurts) to honor their loved ones and to convey a powerful message to those in the civilian side. The families chose to participate in this film, because two retired Navy SEALs were leading this project, making sure it was done right and the profits were going to benefit the families of our fallen warriors.

    This project went completely off track and forced the SEALs to enter a legal battle, which caused them to remove themselves from the project. Without the retired SEALs to manage and oversee this project, all of the Gold Star families that participated in the film have conveyed to the parties left in charge of the film to put it in a lock box until the lawsuits are resolved and to cease the Documentary from moving forward. Several families also asked to be removed from the documentary.

    After numerous requests to Mr. Grubbs and Jacob Centeno to please respect the wishes of the families, they have continued moving forward with the film without the families consent. The main concern is that this film is using Gold Star families and their stories to make a profit without their consent. They also do not have permission to use our fallen heroes names or their names, pictures or likenesses to promote the film.

    Several lawyers have been contacted and lawsuits have been filed. All of the Gold Star families involved in the movie are asking to be removed from this film immediately.

    The actual Gold Star Families of Until it Hurts

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