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Trails Film North American Premiere
Public Benefit for Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation
April 20 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Celebrate why trails matter during this evening of films and community! Features six films from across the globe & filmmakers in attendance.
In attendance will be Vanny Mwamba featured cast member of Why We Walk and co-founder of Urban Hikers and Paige Bethmann filmmaker creating the local film Remaining Native.
6:00pm Doors, 6:45pm Program Starts, 7:00pm Limited Entry (Screening films)
Program Includes an Intermission.
10:00pm Program Ends
A cash bar, chips, and popcorn will be available for purchase.
Proceeds from tickets and raffles will benefit the Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation.
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Follow the journey of three Black men, from across the globe, united to empower and de-stigmatize urban communities of color and their participation in the great outdoors.
While on vacation with his girlfriend, Gijs receives a phone call from his mother, that reveals her troubled mental state and their complex relationship.
A stunning journey through the sacred mountains and temples surrounding Kyoto, ‘Seasons on the Kyoto Trail’ takes audiences through the spiritual heart of Japan.
Walking to people: A historic 3600-mile trek across the Middle Kingdom clears its first hurdle—the eastern Himalayas.
Only a few months into remission from breast cancer, three friends set Marine on a new challenge: run nearly 100 km in the heart of the French Alps in four days.
Volunteers from around the world maintain trails on the four southern Penghu Islands through the “eco-craft trail” method. By utilizing natural materials on site, and harnessing only manpower and hand tools, the goal is to repair the trails “as is” in order to preserve their natural form and enrich the island’s pristine and poetic beauty.
Sponsors & Supporters
Tony Boone Trails & Chinook Landscape Architecture