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The #MoCrazyStrong Film

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When professional skier Jamie MoCrazy suffered a serious traumatic brain injury following a ski accident, her life was flipped upside down. With the support of her family and medical community, Jamie not only survived, but made a full recovery, helping revolutionize early stage TBI treatment, change protocol surrounding family involvement, and now inspiring others.

This award-winning documentary film takes viewers through Jamie’s story winding up in present day Whistler BC, where Jamie is about to get married to the love of her life, Reggie Clark. Using a mix of archival, reenactments, verité and interview footage, we recount how Jamie overcame her accident and TBI and charted a path in helping others through their injuries.

Jamie’s inspirational story shows the importance of a positive mindset, reframing challenges, person centered care and family support to overcome any potential challenges in your way.


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Why This Story?

This award-winning film highlights the invisible challenges TBI survivors and their family caregivers face during recovery. We want to give hope and inspiration that you can have a complete recovery after a TBI and showcase how to make that happen.

Jamie’s story centers around person-centered care and the healing options anyone can use to live a complete life after TBI. She received care from her medical team as well as family caregivers led by her mom. She also received opportunities to recover like being a High Fives Grant Athlete, Utah TBI Fund recipient, and going back to skiing with the National Ability Center.

Jamie received complementary medicine treatments led by her mom, who is now in her PhD on mind-body medicine with a focus on TBI recovery. Many aspects of Jamie’s recovery are miraculous, and the incredible fact is most of those improvements are re-creatable for other individuals!

By telling Jamie’s story we hope to ignite a passion in the minds of TBI survivors and family caregivers for inspiration that they can recover. We also want to show those involved in policy change the importance and role through TBI recovery of family involvement, person centered practices, complementary medicine and healing opportunities.

Who Is Involved?

Interviewees and appearances in the film include:

  • Grace “Fruit” Mauzy (Jamie’s mother)
  • Jeanee Crane-Mauzy (Jamie’s sister and pro skier)
  • Jilly Crane-Mauzy (Jamie’s sibling)
  • Jeff Crane (Jamie’s father)
  • Jocelyn Williams (Family caregiver to a TBI survivor)
  • Kody Williams (TBI survivor, Professional Snowboarder)
  • Dr. Mypinder Sekhon (ICU Physician, VGH)
  • Reggie Clark (Jamie’s husband)

How Will The Funds Be Used?

Completing the film: We need to hire a sound designer, composer, graphic designer and colorist to make the film sound and feel like a Hollywood film.

Film Festival Submissions, Marketing and PR: In order for the film to make the impact we want, we need funding to submit to top tier film festivals in US and Canada, create an impact campaign and get publicity for our film.

Licensing and Legal: we need to make sure all our t’s are crossed and i’s dotted with the legalities of the film.


We have our world premier at Big Sky Documentary Film Festival on Saturday, February 25th.  That premier will be followed by a festival run around North America.

In conjunction with the film festival run, we are running an impact campaign consisting of screenings at Brain Injury Alliance affiliates, medical schools, higher education programs,  and outdoor events.


  • People who have survived a Traumatic Brain Injury and their families.
    We want to promote the possibility of a successful recovery and motivate them to keep taking steps on the days they don’t see the progress and feel the mountain is too big to climb.
  • Therapists and support staff  for people with TBI deficits
    These individuals have the daily task of working with TBI survivors as well as their family caregivers.  If they can communicate and understand different outcome opportunities more TBI survivors will have successful outcomes.
  • Medical school students and educators
    A large amount of knowledge on TBI recovery has been scientifically proven false in recent years.  With a modern understanding of neuroplasticity we want to give a true story with steps on how to recreate my recovery with other individuals.
  • Individuals involved in making policy for trauma centers, state, federal and insurance companies
    This documentary touches on policy regarding family involvement, complementary medicine, person centered practice and providing the resources needed for a successful TBI recovery.  This audience makes decisions regarding those policies.
  • Adventure sport participants who have overcome trauma or knows someone who has
    These are individuals who are attracted to the film because of the action footage, and we also want to bring awareness of TBI recovery options to the public