26 Feb 2014

Go on, talk about us!

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Go on, talk about us!

We already have several great interviews in the can and have been feverishly working in the background to confirm the participation of academics, experts and our featured runners. We recently announced some exciting news about Olympian Sarah Attar, and tomorrow we’ll share something quite special with you. There will be more big news to share […]

21 Feb 2014

Big News: A Unique Olympian for a Unique Film

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Big News: A Unique Olympian for a Unique Film

Today we are proud to announce that Olympic athlete Sarah Attar has agreed to be a part of the documentary. As one of the first two female Olympians representing Saudi Arabia at the 2012 Summer Games, Sarah enjoys a unique perspective on both the desire to run and the impact society can have on that […]

6 Feb 2014

Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants

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Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants

It’s not everyday us mere mortals get to meet a legend. This week we got to meet two.  And then just to force our “runners’ high” over the top, we got to spend an entire day talking with them about their storied careers at sport shoe and apparel giant Nike. Former University of Maryland point […]

6 Feb 2014

No Runners Were Harmed – The Sequel

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No Runners Were Harmed – The Sequel

“Project Mayhem” continued last Saturday with the bare-bones What Moves You? 2nd-unit (also the 1st-unit) shooting on location in chilly PDX. If there is a perfect phrase to describe what we have been getting up to over the last few weeks then “hit-and-run” is it.  It takes more than a “No Trespassing” sign, rush-hour traffic and […]

28 Jan 2014

What Moves You? Podcast Series

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What Moves You? Podcast Series

We’re excited to announce our soon-to-be launched What Moves You? Podcast series. The film project gives us the opportunity to meet loads of interesting people with deep roots in the running community. Some of them have found a way to actually eek out a living from the sport and are experts in their chosen running-related […]

27 Jan 2014

No runners were harmed during the making of this…

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No runners were harmed during the making of this…

With little notice and short on details, our new friends came from all over Portland and as far afield as Washington State. We began in the thick fog on Saturday morning and we were still out there late into the evening on Sunday.  We worked hard but the runners worked harder. We filmed the same […]

11 Jan 2014

Casting Call: Portland, Oregon!

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Calling all runners. Are you interested in being an extra in our film?  We will be shooting title-sequence and b-roll footage this coming weekend (18th and 19th) at various locations in Portland and need runners of all shapes, sizes, genders, ethnicities, and ages. Extras of over 18 years old and legal guardians of children will need […]

24 Nov 2013

Cause + Event Portland

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Cause + Event Portland

“What Moves You? Had the privilege to attend Cause + Event this past Saturday in Bethany, OR.  Capping registration at only 650 participants, this event may seem small relative to some of the other races in and around Portland.  But something very special and unique makes Cause + Event stand out amongst its peers.  Each runner gets to choose their […]

5 Nov 2013

26.2 miles in 26.2 seconds

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[nzs_heading heading=”5″] BUSBY CAM [/nzs_heading] We affixed a GoPro to Portland Marathon race director, Richard Busby’s bicycle during the race. The above clip is his unique POV of the course and the thousands of happy runners. Special thanks also to fellow race director Chris Hardman.

4 Nov 2013

Like A Phoenix: Mt Hood Part II

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[nzs_heading heading=”5″] Dave Threads the needle [/nzs_heading] Us runners have a little voice within, constantly driving us to keep going. Constantly pushing us beyond our known limits in order to discover new ones, and then to push through those as well. This is how we get faster, run further, escape failure. Well, remote quadcopter pilots […]