Spirit of the Marathon 16-City Tour

NCM Fathom, in partnership with Active.com and Wasserman Media Group, is proud to present Spirit of the Marathon 16-City Tour coming to select movie theatres for one night only! Don't miss your chance to kick off the big race weekend with the Chicago International Film Festival's "Audience Choice Award" winner!

View the complete U.S. 16-City Tour schedule or to Buy Tickets Now:

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16 City Tour Schedule

City Event Date Tickets On-Sale
Boston: April 17
Nashville: April 24
Indianapolis: May 1
Seattle/Spokane: May 1
Los Angeles: May 8
Denver/Boulder: May 22
San Diego: May 29
Atlanta: July 1
Virginia Beach: August 28
Philadelphia: September 18
San Jose: October 2
Chicago: October 9
San Francisco: October 16
Washington DC: October 23
New York City: October 30
San Antonio: November 13
*Locations and dates subject to change.

U.S. 16-City Tour - Buy Tickets Now.

Spirit of the Marathon Canadian Release!

One night only in select Canadian theatres, please visit www.cineplex.com for ticket purchase. Tickets on Sale: March 21st Event Date: April 9th at 7:00 PM local time

Spirit of the Marathon is the first ever non-fiction feature film to capture the drama and essence of the famed 26.2 mile running event. Filmed on four continents, the production brings together a diverse cast of amateur athletes and marathon luminaries. As six unique stories unfold, each runner prepares for and ultimately faces the challenge of the Chicago Marathon. More than a sports program, "Spirit of the Marathon" is an inspirational journey of perseverance and personal triumph; a spectacle that will be embraced by runners and non-runners alike.

Four years in the making, Spirit of the Marathon is the collaborative effort of three-time Academy Award winner Mark Jonathon Harris, Telly Award winner and marathon runner Jon Dunham and producer/marathoner Gwendolen Twist.

A "Behind-the-Scenes" featurette produced specifically for and shown only at the theatre event includes interviews with the director and producers as well as marathon veterans reminicscing about their first marathon experiences. The featurette highlights deleted scenes, dramatic race footage and previews the upcoming 2008 Olympics with a Q&A session with Olympians Deena Kastor and Ryan Hall.

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