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Ledlenser announced as title sponsor for Trails In Motion Film Festival

The Trails In Motion Film Festival has announced a two year title sponsorship deal with leading international company Ledlenser. Known for its superior quality lighting products, and attention to the prerequisites of performance during the hours of darkness, the Germany-based company has partnered with the world tour for a two year period, incorporating the 2017 and 2018 world tours. “We're extremely thrilled and indeed honored to have Ledlenser partner with the Trails In Motion Film Festival wold tour,” commented Festival Director James Hallett. “To know that this globally renowned company believes wholeheartedly in supporting our efforts is an exciting prospect…
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Trails In Motion Film Festival returns to Quebec, Canada

Following on from the success of the 2015 tour of Quebec, Trails In Motion 4, presented once again by Accour Quebec and the Ultra-Trail Harricana, will premiere on Friday 23rd of September at a sold out show in Quebec City at the trendy La Nef Coop, thereafter touring for almost 2 months into mid-November including stops in Montreal, Gaspé, Mascouche and Rivière-du-Loup. In addition, this year's tour sees a handful of new and exciting venues added to the schedule which will present a 15-stop itinerary to take in some of the province's most prominent outdoor communities. We were extremely happy with the…
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Trails In Motion Film Festival returns to Mexico for a 60-screening soirée

Following on from the success of the 2015 tour of Mexico, the 4th annual Trails In Motion Film Festival returns to Cinépolis cinemas nationwide on Tuesday 16th and Thursday 18th August. Once again presented by outdoor brand distribution giant ALTA Vertical, in association with La Sportiva, Petzl and Osprey, and curated by adventure sports film portal Freeman, the 2016 edition will reach 15 new cities and thousands more of Mexico's avid trail running adventure sports community, doubling its footprint in just one year to over 60 screenings. “Trails In Motion was a great experience in 2015 for everyone involved and,…
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Kroger’s Canteen | Behind the Scenes

Kroger’s Canteen, a short film directed by Dean Leslie and produced by Greg Fell from The African Attachment as part of Salomon’s Running TV, highlights one of the most extreme and famous aid stations found on an organized trail run. Kroger’s Canteen, an aid station on one of the world’s toughest 100 milers, the Hard Rock, is situated on the small exposed ledge of Virginius Pass (think space for about seven adults), roughly 13 000ft high in the Rocky Mountains. Roch Horton, the aid station’s captain, spent ten years running the Hard Rock before taking over Kroger’s and only employs…
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Taking New Steps

In 2014, Spanish elite ultra-runner, Luis Alberto Hernando, made the decision to pull out of the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB), a decision he attests to being ashamed of. His shame and frustration was elevated when he awoke after a few hours of sleep to see the second half of the field still struggling forwards to the finish line; determined, exhausted and committed. Inspired by their will to finish, he vowed to himself that he would come back to finish the full 103mi (166km) distance, no matter what. Nuevos Pasos is a short movie by Francois and Maxime Tornier,…
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Changing Your Reality | In conversation with Scott Jaime and Andrew King

In a society where success is measured by your bank statement and possessions, simplifying the way you live is tougher than the hundreds of “live simple” Facebook memes suggest. Scott Jaime, the protagonist in Andrew King’s A Journey to Black Mountain used his trip to South Africa as a step towards changing his lifestyle, and found inspiration in some interesting places. The journey within the Journey to Black Mountain A Journey to Black Mountain was the result of simplifying a big idea and stripping away unnecessary frills and fuss. “Scott Jaime unknowingly had an impact on how the idea went…
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Be Bold

To find true happiness again, Shandi Kano had to Be Bold, dig deep and make significant changes to her lifestyle. Everyone has a breaking point, and the 2013 Boston Marathon was exactly that for Shandi Kano, the protagonist in Nate Gunn’s short, Be Bold.Born in Canada, Kano discovered her love for running and competing early on. In 2013, Kano had her heart set on achieving elite status and running a sub-three hour marathon. To achieve this goal, her life consisted of fourteen-hour work days sandwiched by double training sessions, poor nutrition and high expectations. It was only mid Boston Marathon…
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Rhino Orphanage to benefit from Trails In Motion screenings in Calgary

The inaugural Calgary leg of the Trails in Motion Film Festival world tour recently took place with great success in aid of The Rhino Orphanage based in South Africa. Though it was the first year and a relatively conservative audience target, the event was sold out with 150 seats sold.   A total of almost 400CAD was raised and paid to the Rhino Orphanage to adopt one of their recently arrived calves. The support for this cause and and the growth of this largely city-based trail running community at the foot of the Canadian Rocky Mountains showed that the sport…
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Mile for Mile - for conservation

Photo: James Q Martin As the world’s population grows at an astounding rate, so too does the pressure to protect our wild places for future generations. Case in point, the rugged plains and mountains of Patagonia, Chile, a region threatened by a sharply increasing demand for hydro electric power plants, factories, and commercial use property. Mile for Mile is a production by outdoor innovators Patagonia Inc. and, through the eyes of accomplished ultra runners and brand ambassadors Krissy Moehl, Luke Nelson and Jeff Browning, aims to raise awareness about the recently commissioned Patagonia Park and the ongoing efforts of to Conservacion…
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Winning the battle through trail running

“There is zero carryover in the real world for a machine gunner.” This definitive line spoken by veteran Noah Cass in The Last Time I Heard True Silence immediately amplifies the difficult reality war veterans face when they are discharged from the military. For Noah, his transition was as tough as the next and landing his feet on the ground and facing life as a civilian was overwhelming. A manual job packing boxes pushed him over the edge, and he became withdrawn and depressed – leaning on alcohol to help numb the new reality he had to face. In the…
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