Courtesy of Kate Webber, Farallons Island, California. From the Disney Pixar Studios to the REI Tustin and the Sports Basement Novato in California, from the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival in Vermont to the Boston Women’s Film Festival and the Feminista Film Festival, KIM SWIMS is demonstrating its popularity from Los Angeles to London. The touching moments and inspiration of Kimberley Chambers‘ unlikely and unexpected journey from a horrific accident that nearly resulted in a leg amputation to her successful crossing between the Farallons Island and the Golden Gate Bridge are resonating among many. The documentary film produced and directed by Kate Webber had a worldwide release in October 2018 on iTunes here. This week, the film enjoyed even greater distribution with a Netflix deal. KIM SWIMS is now available for streaming on Netflix here. Webber explains, “In areas where KIM SWIMS may not be available through Netflix, it is still streaming for Rent/Buy on platforms like iTunes, Amazon, and Vimeo. Hoping this great opportunity keeps elevating and building an even wider audience for the sport [that swimmers have] worked so hard to build community around.” Copyright © 2008-2019 by World Open Water Swimming Association