DeadlineAugust 10, 1997
The desperate misadventures of a young man, racing against the clock toward a mysterious destination. This was the first short film that Nash wrote and directed. It was made for $80 and won first prize at Tropfest in 1997.
GoshenMarch 11, 2015
Goshen is a documentary depicting the diet and active lifestyle of the indigenous Tarahumara, a light-footed running tribe, who are striving to maintain their ancient culture against all odds. The Tarahumara are renowned for their incredible long distance running endurance and prevention of modern chronic diseases. Featuring the Born to Run author Chris McDougall and health specialists.
Ultrarunners overcome every kind of hardship. During her first run of the season, Mirna Valerio has to silence those who think she's not fit for this sport.
Jason ChargerMarch 30, 2017
After the murder of his best friend, former I.C.T.A. (International Counter Terrorism Agency) agent Jason Charger tracks down the insidious terrorist organisation led by the ruthless Murry.
Why Do We Fall?July 7, 2013
A short film about a man, a forest run, a girl, an accident and a tea shop. Why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves up. Originally written for Montreal's M60 film festival in August 2012--The theme was "faux pas". The literal interpretation was chosen to avoid the cliche. This is the director's cut, released and showcased at Montreal's Broue Pub Brouhaha in June 2013. Published on YouTube in July 2013. View it here ---->> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRRNzJJPDNI
In 1964 Miki came to LA with only a suitcase, hoping to become the world's best marathon runner. She meets Mike and they start running together. But for Mike it isn't just a game. The movie is based on her own story.
Running 62October 1, 2018
Zibeon Fielding, Aboriginal TSI man and long distance runner is preparing to run a crazy 62 kilometres. Driven by passion to help those he loves, Zibeon will run further than he ever has before in the heart of Australian desert.
Little GiantJanuary 1, 2013
"Little Giant" is the story of an eccentric undertaker, more popularly known as an amateur long distance runner, whose emotional turmoil and personal insecurities lead to eventual estrangement both from his family and religious community. He finds solace in two things - his daughter Kona and his love of nature and God's creatures. After his latest outburst results in temporary imprisonment and increased public ridicule for his daughter, the Little Giant turns to running for therapy.
John Baker's Last RaceDecember 31, 1976
John Baker emerges as a fine runner while in High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and then continues setting records at the University of New Mexico. His ability is world-class, and after receiving his university degree he accepts a position as a coach and physical education teacher at Aspen Elementary School while continuing to train (with the 1972 Olympics in sight). He becomes very popular with parents and students alike, for seeking ways to involve all his students, even those with an apparent lack of ability. Learning that he has terminal cancer he contemplates suicide, but instead chooses to dedicate himself even more to the kids, helping even the handicapped to participate, and co-founding and coaching the Duke City Dashers, an all-girl AAU track team. He hopes his "last race"...already beating the odds by a year, will not end before seeing this team win the national title.
For African athletes making money abroad is the big goal. But Kenyan marathon runners need to be careful – the industry is ruthless and only few make it. For years, sports managers have been bringing African athletes to Europe to run in marathons with promises of potential prize money and a top career. For many it’s a means of escaping poverty. But what price do the marathon runners themselves pay? Long-distance running is among the toughest disciplines in the world. Professional marathon runners battle over seconds in a race more than 40km long - seconds that are often worth huge sums of money. Running has become a business. The prize money for a major event can be in five figures. Participants have to be world-class athletes to win these amounts.
Running Away to FlagstaffJuly 25, 2016
A Documentary about how Flagstaff became a Running Mecca and a look inside the Flagstaff's running scene during the Olympic Year.
Breaking 7October 9, 2015
In 2011, Alison Chow participated in the 38th Berlin Marathon. She finished the marathon in 2 hours 49 minutes and 57 seconds, 7 minutes slower than the Olympics entry requirement, thus the name of this documentary, Breaking 7. Alison gave up on her stable teaching job and left her comfort zone at the age of almost 30 just to follow her dream. She went through countless challenges with her coach, good friends and family, and was further inspired in life.
Bannister: Everest on the TrackApril 12, 2016
History wonks and running buffs will vie for who loves this movie the most. "Everest on the Track" is as much an historical study of Britain's psychological, if not almost physical, need for something - anything - to erase the woes of World War II as it is a fresh look at the quest for the first sub-4:00 mile, the heretofore deemed physically impossible. Before the war, Britain had bloomed best in its Sporting Tradition, but the amateur accolades leading to Olympic accomplishments were blown off the podiums in the 1952 Helsinki Games. Roger Bannister was the epitome of that disappearing scholar-athlete ideal. Can the lunchtime-trained runner immersed in his medical school studies inject the booster shot into Britain's flagging but still flickering morale?
First PlaceSeptember 22, 2015
What will happen to the two sisters during the track competition? Sometimes in life, it's not about winning, but the journey that matters.
On a RoadJune 15, 2003
A young man is sitting in boredom on the side of an endless road. After a while, he decides to go after something with a lot of determination. Is he going to get what he wants?
In the High CountryJuly 1, 2013
Anton Krupicka’s running has evolved from trails to mountains to free-soloing. Filmed over a season “In the High Country” thin air, river baths, and itinerant mountain living.
There is No Finish LineNovember 11, 2011
There Is No Finish Line is a testament to the power that running can bring to our lives. The film celebrates the life and spirit of Joan Benoit-Samuelson, the first woman Olympic Gold medalist in the marathon.