Don’t miss one of the most inspirational sports movies of recent times, the newly released and first Auckland screening of Indian director Sanjay Rawal’s ‘3100: Run and Become’ movie.
Screening at Auckland’s Rialto theatre on February 11th, 3100: Run and Become examines a wide canvas of endurance running, from the Kalahari tribesmen and Navajo Indians to the Buddhist monks in the mountains near Kyoto, and then considers the longest contemporary footrace in the world, the New York based 3100 mile annual epic.
The movie is inspirational because it’s theme message is all about humanity’s infinite potential, and that the only limitations we have are those we have imposed upon ourselves.
Film director Sanjay Rawal will personally attend this inaugural screening and be there for a Q&A session after the screening, along with Harita Davies, the only Kiwi woman to ever attempt and finish the grueling 3,100 mile ultra.
Video: NZ ultra runner Harita Davies finishing her first 3100 in 2017
This is a must-see movie for anyone interested in sports, meditation and self-discovery and the spiritual dimensions of running.
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Book tickets at: 3100.eventbrite.co.nz or phone organizer Daniel on 021831382