The RunNation Film Festival, presented by Travelling Fit, brings together the combined power of original short films, human-interest stories and running.
KINeSYS Sunscreen is thrilled to Partner with RunNation and attend select events across the country giving attendees the chance to try and buy KINeSYS; or win Prizes!
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11th August. Darling Harbour. 2.30 - 5.00pm
14th August. HOTA. 6.30 - 8.30pm
15th August. Hawthorne. 7.00 - 9.00pm
16th August. Maroochydore. 7.00 - 9.00pm
23rd August. Luna Leederville. 7.00 - 9.00pm
7th September. St.Kilda. 7.00 - 9.30pm
Featuring nine Australian and international films curated into an incredible two-hour screening. In its fourth year, RunNation is an original, inspiring festival that has been attended by running celebrities and thousands of runners and non-runners around Australia.
Running is one of the few sports in which athletes of varying abilities, social status, background, gender and motivation can stand together on the same start line. RunNation wants to bring people together to be inspired, motivated and play a small part in them continuing to do their own great things.
World Premiere "Running 62"
What drives a 24-year-old man from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands to run 62km through the dry and dusty red desert of South Australia’s heartland?
For health worker Zibeon Fielding it was a need to promote good health and physical activity, and raise funds for a much needed dialysis machine to service his community. A man with a mission is a powerful force, and it didn’t take long for Zibeon to get the support he needed.
“Using the knowledge I have gained as part of a health team gives me the confidence to take on the responsibility of finding ways for people in my community to make positive changes,” Zibeon said. “I can show them that not only is it possible to live a healthy life, it can also be fun.”
With the help of key supporters the Indigenous Marathon Foundation and Epic Good, Zibeon ran the Boston Marathon in April - in the worst ever race conditions - as part of his training for the main event.
Then, just six weeks later, in the early hours of May 22, Zibeon set out to run from Indulkana all the way home to Mimili – a distance of 62km through harsh desert terrain that tested his endurance to the limit.
As a young man aspiring to be a role model in his community, Zibeon understands that sharing his story is crucial to making a difference. That’s why for the first time, under the mentorship of film director and long time friend Madeleine Parry, Zibeon has directed his first documentary – the short ‘Running 62’. This dynamic film captures Zibeon’s story, his passion and purpose, and has been yet another learning curve – and the edit a mini-marathon in itself. The film will be screening around Australia with the RunNation Film Festival in August and September.
RunNation Film Festival World Premiere