Stop..Watch..Listen Never Assume

Title: Stop..Watch..Listen Never Assume
Author: Andrew Hewitt
Category: Open Entrant - Documentary
Year: 2016
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Braulio Morales from Santiago Chile posted on 25 Aug 2016 11:44:06 AM
Dude my experience with you and Can-Do Musos is really awsome with this organization is a nice posibility for make a light more coolest disabled musicians worldwide you are the best brutha cheers and rockin bless.

Susan Garone from Williamsburg Virginia United States posted on 14 Aug 2016 12:19:00 AM
Andrew has been a wonderful inspiration to my son David Segal. The organization they have founded is trully inspirational too

patrick gayford from Westmead Australia posted on 7 Aug 2016 4:42:56 PM
i have know Andrew for a few years now and being deaf myself Andrew has given me so much advice to get me through truly a great bloke and a true inspiration to the disabled community and the able bodied community

Marty Fullard from Irvine United States posted on 4 Aug 2016 2:48:08 AM
Very inspiring Andrew awesome.

David Rowlands from RUSSELL LEA Australia posted on 1 Aug 2016 11:50:33 AM
Andrew and I have been connected for around four years through CanDo Musos. I also have a disability and we have teamed up on occasions to perform music for people with disability. Andrew is one of the most inspirational people I know. He deserves your vote. Thanks

Glenn Riddiford from Wandin North Australia posted on 31 Jul 2016 11:08:43 AM
Andrews passion for drums is so inspiring be in teaching others how to play or showing others to get out there and just play I love our chats about drums and his encouragement for me to purchase more drums haha Keep it up mate you are doing a wonderful job

Julie Bagley from Blackmans Bay Australia posted on 31 Jul 2016 9:16:19 AM
I have known Andrew since he was a little boy growing up in Burnie Congratulationshe has come so far

Ian Lewis from Ormeau Qld Australia posted on 31 Jul 2016 8:02:18 AM
I have known Andrew since the days of camping near his nan's place in Port Sorrel to see the progress in Andrew over these many years is a credit from that cheeky smile to now teaching people with disabilities to playing the drums bongos. As we can all see not only does Andrew enjoy it but his students enjoy it as well. Good onya mate

Jackie Fox from Norton United Kingdom posted on 31 Jul 2016 12:00:44 AM
Only one criticism of this film - it's way too short I wanted to see and hear loads extended version please

Jason Faulkner from Melton Australia posted on 29 Jul 2016 10:56:23 AM
Please vote for Andrew.He is an inspirational man who has overcome his disability and turned it into a positive.I have known Andrew since the early 80's and he is truly an inspirational man.

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