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Get your trail-running film fix with Trails in Motion 3, whlch has events scheduled in the U.S. and Canada as well as internationally
An outdoor Trails in Motion 3 screening held in conjunction with Australia’s Buffalo Stampede trail race. Photo courtesy of Trails in Motion 3
The Trails In Motion 3 Film Tour, supported by Trail Runner, has screenings scheduled in several North American locations in the coming months:
August 6 | Waterloo, Ontario The Original Princess Cinema | Tickets
August 7 | Dubuque, Iowa EB Lyons Nature Centre | Tickets at the door ($3.00 donation)
August 13 | Anchorage, Alaska Bear Tooth Theatre Pub | Tickets
August 20 | Healdsburg, California (in association with Healdsburg Running Company) Raven Theatre | Tickets (proceeds to Girls On The Run)
August 21/23 | Squamish, British Columbia (in association with the Squamish 50) | Eagle Eye Theatre | Tickets
September 10 | Lake Tahoe, California Homewood Mountain Resort | Tickets
September 13 | Burlingame, California A Runners Mind | Tickets
September 26 | Klamath Falls, Oregon Ross Ragland Theater | Tickets
September 30 | Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Trysports Mount Pleasant | Tickets
Trails in Motion 3 will also tour a number of international destinations in August and September, including Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands; Palmerston North, New Zealand; Shrewsbury, England; Stranda, Norway; Santiago, Chile; Bariloche, Argentina; Lake Wörthersee, Austria; Barakaldo, Spain; Cheltenham, England; Glasgow, Scotland; and Madrid, Spain. (You can find a complete list of Trails in Motion 3 screenings here.)
Trails in Motion 3 aims to bring visually stunning trail-running films by top outdoor filmmakers to the sport’s enthusiasts. This year’s lineup includes “Finding Traction,” chronicling Nikki Kimball’s FKT attempt on Vermont’s Long Trail; “Around Patagonia,” which follows Jason Schlarb and Jeremy Wolf as they run among the dramatic peaks of Chile and Peru; “From The Trails,” an exploration of one runner’s love for Japan’s lush Shin-Etsu region; and much, much more.