26.2 TO LIFE
WORLD PREMIERE Filmed inside California’s oldest state prison, 26.2 to Life explores the transformative power of San Quentin’s 1000 Mile Club, in which incarcerated men train for and run a marathon on the dirt and concrete path circling the prison yard. Through intimate access behind the walls of the infamous correctional facility, the film confronts the meaning of personal transformation within the greater crisis of the American carceral state. – Brandon Harrison
The first & second screenings will be followed by a Q&A with Christine Yoo and subjects Markelle Taylor, Frank Ruona, and Marion Wickerd.
Accessibility Alert for Cinépolis Chelsea Theaters 4 and 6:
This film screens in Cinépolis 4 on November 11 at 7pm. Unfortunately, due to the venue’s last-minute mechanical issues beyond our control, there is no elevator or escalator access to this auditorium. The theater is accessible by stairs. If you would prefer not to climb 37 steps to attend this event, please consider purchasing a ticket for an online screening instead.
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