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Pro Climbers, Skiers, and More to Grace Stage at No Man’s Film Fest

Just try to keep up with the pacing of stoke in the trailer for this women-focused film fest.

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The eighth-annual No Man’s Land Film Festival is set to kick off in Denver on March 3-4. There’s also a virtual component starting March 8. Of course, the women-centric festival’s organizers dropped a teaser to spread the vibe.

Here’s a summary of the first 20 seconds: Freeride snowboarding, ice climbing, surfing, yoga, trad climbing, swimming, freeride skiing, trail running, biking, and sport climbing!

That’s essentially the thrust of the film fest. Virtual programming rolls out in a series of nine releases. Mountain Hardwear handles the production in “another year of women, gender-nonconforming humans, and allies continuing the uphill climb toward a future of gender equality and un-defining feminine.”

Get it.

Bonus: tickets aren’t yet sold out, so you can still attend the festival in person.

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