Presented by the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association and Gold Rush Adventure Racing. GET YOUR TICKETS NOW, as this screening is expected to sell out quickly. Proceeds go to funding the future of the Production Master Class and supporting the independent film community in San Francisco. We will have a Q&A with racers and crew, featuring Kyle Peter Garret Bean Ados Crane and Owen Richardson. Trailer - https://vimeo.com/139760255 The 74-minute film tells the story of a 7-day, non-stop endurance event that took place through the Alaskan wilderness in the summer of 2015. The documentary follows 20 teams of four in a 350-mile competition as they mountain bike through the sharp peaks of the Kenai Peninsula, traverse mountain ranges and crevasse filled glaciers and paddle countless life-threatening rivers and rapids. As much of a challenge as the race was for the competitors, it was equally daunting for the filmmakers behind the documentary. This documentary is the product of the Production Master Class at the University of Cincinnati. The class focuses on experiential learning in documentary film production. Students travelled to Alaska to work alongside alumni, teachers and professionals while braving the Alaskan wilderness alongside the racers. They faced many of the same challenges s the racers and still managed to capture some of the most compelling footage of adventure racing ever seen. Once the race was over a team of over 30 students served as editors, producers, music supervisors, audio mixers and graphic designers to create a one-of-a-kind documentary. This is the fourth feature documentary production from the UC Production Master Class at the University of Cincinnati.