A few weeks back I posted about an upcoming documentary, MY RUN, that tells the amazing journey of Terry Hitchcock, a 57-year-old widower and father who ran from his home in St. Paul, Minn. to the opening ceremony of the Olympics in Atlanta, Ga (the equivalent of 75 marathons in 75 days!). MY RUN is directed and produced by Tim VandeSteeg, produced by Mark Castaldo and narrated by Billy Bob Thornton.
Well, I'm excited to announce that Indiewood Pictures and Destiny Pictures have teamed with NCM Fathom to bring the 10-time award-winning documentary MY RUN to theaters across the country on Thursday, March 31 for a one-night premiere event.
Hitchcock’s uplifting underdog story has been garnering steam and is being embraced by all walks of life - families, baby boomers, single parents, cancer organizations as well as runners and marathoners. MY RUN is more than a documentary about a guy running multiple marathons; it’s a documentary about the daily marathons we all run in life.
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For more information about the documentary MY RUN, please visit http://www.myrunmovie.com/. To search to see if the movie is being shown in your area and to purchase tickets [click here]. To enter for a chance to win a free pair of tickets to MY Run [click here]. Deadline to enter is Friday, March 4th.
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