15 West Aspen Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
There Is No Finish Line, a documentary film that celebrates the life and spirit of Joan Benoit-Samuelson, the first Olympic women’s marathon gold medalist, will premiere at the Orpheum Theater in Flagstaff on Thursday, March 21 at 7 p.m. The event is sponsored by Girls on the Run.
To view more about this amazing documentary, click here: http://azdailysun.com/calendar/film/film-screening-there-is-no-finish-line/event_a294e6d0-87b9-11e2-af56-7348e87066ba.html To view the trailer, click here: www.ThereIsNoFinishLine.net
Also the following films will be screened after There Is No Finish Line:
- Running The Rockpile, which chronicles the history of the Mount Washington Road Race, culminating with its 50th annual race up the tallest peak in New Hampshire in 2010. This film won the Best Short Documentary award at the SNOB (Somewhat North of Boston) Film Festival in Concord, N.H., when it premiered in 2011, and director Kate Avery also won the Outstanding First-Time Director award. To view the trailer, click here: www.kitchentabledocs.com
- A Runner’s Life, a short biography about former University of Colorado All-American runner and two-time Olympic Trials competitor Ted Castaneda of Colorado Springs. Castaneda is currently the cross country and track coach at Colorado College, and the film was made by one of his former runners, Alex Nichols, who is currently one of his assistant coaches.
Tickets to the show are $10 in advance at www.imathlete.com/events/tinfl. The Orpheum Theater is located at 15 West Aspen Ave., in Flagstaff. Tickets at the door the night of the show will be $13.