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John Fleming, known as “Blind John” among skydivers, jumped out of a perfectly good airplane over 1900 times. More than 1200 of those jumps were made after he lost his sight — he was the first known skydiver to develop a method of jumping solo while blind.

Sadly, John died of cancer in 2016. Now, we are on a mission to tell his story in a full-length documentary.

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Will You Help Us Bring John’s Story to the Big Screen?

Flying Blind Productions is a very small, independent production company. Financial support from folks who want to see this movie made is critical to our project’s success. Are you inspired by this little slice of Blind John’s story? Would you like to see a full-length film about how he did it? Please, donate today at our GoFundMe page. Or, if you prefer to donate another way, read 5 Ways to Donate to the John Fleming Documentary Project for options.

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5 Ways to Donate to the John Fleming Documentary Project

Free Falling: The Story of John Fleming, Thrill Seeker Donation Opportunities Note: Options 1-3 are tax deductible. OPTION 1: Make a tax-deductible donation online via American Council of the Blind Go to www.acb.org (American Council of the Blind) Click on the Donate button Choose honorary donation Enter “John Fleming movie” In box “donation is in …

Did You Know John? We May Want to Interview You

Did you jump with Blind John? Grow up with him? Know him from one of his many other activities or his advocacy work? Please write us at producers { at } blindjohnmovie.com and share your stories about John. We may want to interview you for the full-length documentary.