“Bracing, immersive and wonderfully congenial, this film is a tribute to the spirit of adventure.” 
- Vancouver International Film Festival

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Ketchikan, AK - Coliseum Twin - June 25-26
Sedona, AZ - Mary D. Fisher Theatre - June 16
Auburn, CA - State Theater - August 30
San Rafael, CA - Smith Rafael Film Center - June 24-30
Steamboat, CO - Bud Werner Library - June 23
Lake Worth, FL - Lake Worth Playhouse - July 1-3
Belfast, ME - Colonial Theater - August 15
Bucksport, ME - Alamo Theater - June 30
Waldoboro, ME - Waldo Theatre - July 6
Hanover, NH - Hopkins Center For The Arts - July 22
Hopewell, NJ - Hopewell Theater - June 28
Bend, OR - Tower Theater - August 3
Bellingham, WA - Pickford Film Center - July 12-18
Port Townsend, WA - Rose Theater - June 22-26, 29, 30
Winthrop, WA - Barnyard Cinema - June 17-23
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THE RACE TO ALASKA




The idea was simple: nail $10,000 to a tree in Alaska and shout “go!”


Who would take the bait? What boat would win? Why do this to yourself? Who’s idea was this anyway?


The best worst idea ever.


This is the story of the Race to Alaska. A race that has changed the lives of hundreds of people. Through one of the most complex waterways in the world. 15 knot currents, gale force winds, cold water, deep water, logs, bears, cold, fatigue, and endless unknowns. First prize: $10,000. Second prize: a set of steak knives. This feature length documentary explores the extreme and impressive individuals who accepted this utterly unique challenge. 

“It’s only blowing 40 so it should be easy” - Nels Strandberg, Team Broderna


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Immersive. Adventure.







Described as, “The Iditarod, on a boat, with a chance of drowning, being run down by a freighter, or eaten by a grizzly bear.”


From the quirky to the sublime, from Olympic athletes to high schoolers, the characters in this film show that there’s no one way to do the hardest thing you’ve ever done.