Here’s your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite.
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“Runner without a Country”
from refugee to elite athlete. The film brings to life Guor’s escape
from Sudan, his unlikely Olympic qualification, the David and
Goliath-esque battle to get him to compete in the games, and the
international movement that got him there. Guor’s story continues to
unfold: he is a rising star on the marathon circuit and he has the
mission to get South Sudan recognized by the world’s governing body for
athletics so he can finally run under the flag of South Sudan.
About the Production:
countries in the world. He is now living in Arizona, and hasn’t been
home in 20 years and yet he found a way to become one of the world’s
elite marathon runners. It’s a story about how passion and hard work can
move mountains and inspire a country.
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