Winter Edition '22
Join us for seven inspiring films that
explore why we run.
- Thu, Mar 23Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center
- Sat, Mar 25The Foundry Church
- Sat, Mar 25Fleet Feet Tucson - Tanque Verde
- Sun, Mar 26Community Center at Hawthorne Park
- Mon, Mar 27St. Augustine High School
- Fri, Mar 31Ohio Valley Running Company
- Fri, Mar 31FREIGHT
- Sat, Apr 01Rowen College at Burlington County
- Sat, Apr 01Overton Square
- Sun, Apr 02Urban Farm Fermentory
- Thu, Apr 06Wasilla
- Thu, Apr 06The Orpheum Theater
- Fri, Apr 07Whiteside Theatre
- Sat, Apr 08Anacortes Cinema
- Tue, Apr 11Miss Mindy's Homemade Ice Cream
- Wed, Apr 12Kiggins Theatre
- Wed, Apr 12Wild Goose Creative
Watch the Show!
SATURDAY > JANUARY 15TH THRU SUNDAY JANUARY 23RD
Journey to 100
We follow a small-town elementary school teacher, Jason Hardrath, on his journey to set 100 FKTs (Fastest Known Times) and show his student's that they can accomplish their big dreams too. For his 100th FKT Jason takes on the Bulger's List––the 100 highest peaks in Washington.
Race Against Race
One woman’s story of how she transformed “Running while Black” into an act of protest in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement.
This is the story of one woman’s attempt to run 100 miles through remote Southwest Tasmania.
Milly Young took up running in 2020 amid the COVID 19 pandemic lockdowns and incredibly, only 8 months later, embarked upon an adventure that would provide the ultimate test.
Muddiest Know Time follows Milly’s journey deep into the Southwest wilderness and shows what can be achieved with a sprinkle of creativity, a big heart and a strong spirit.
Muddiest Known Time
On a mission to rediscover trails in his Alaskan backyard, filmmaker and painter Max Romey explores a historic trail, and its wild history.
With a sketchbook and a pair of shoes, he makes the first likely attempt in decades to connect the once well-traveled trails of the Southern Trek of the Historic Iditarod route from Seward back home to Anchorage.
Co-founder and President of non-profit Team See Possibilities, Dan Berlin has never let his blindness dictate what he cannot do. He's run Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim in the Grand Canyon, the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, and completed dozens of endurance events. So what next?
A three-day 93-mile circumnavigation of Washington's most glaciated volcano, Tahoma (Mt. Rainier). Alongside two of his best friends, Charles and Brad, acting as guides, Dan takes on one of his biggest challenges yet - the Wonderland Trail.
Every Root, Every Rock
Pies Para Volar
Pies Para Volar (Feet to Fly in Spanish) is a lyric film meditation on what pain, movement, and the wild can teach a young immigrant mother about her postpartum body.
The Right Track
This documentary explores the purpose and impact Movers and Pacers, a running organization in Atlanta, and in the BIPOC community
.This film sheds light on the social influence and impact Movers and Pacers has had in the Atlanta culture and community, allowing the audience to see more than just the surface when it comes to the members and their reasons for being drawn to the group. Topics such as cultural identity, mental health, and the experience of BIPOC people and women in the running community are voiced and explored, allowing for a range of insight on the power using running as a platform for change.