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“In the High Country” Dunedin Screening

High-Country-VERTICAL-poster-199x300Backcountry Runner is very excited to present a screening of “In the High Country” in the Southern City and trail running hot spot, Dunedin.

“In the High Country will be a new kind of mountain/ running film featuring Anton Krupicka. Filmed and Produced by Joel Wolpert with the support of Ultimate Direction, this won’t be the usual running film – no “loneliness of the long distance runner” – “High Country” will take you where you’ve never been before.” - Buzz Burrell, Ultimate Direction.

You can buy your tickets for the Dunedin screening of “In the High Country” on-line from the Backcountry Runner Trail Shop HERE. There will also be door sales on the night- bring cash please.

 

The Dunedin screening will be at Kensington Bar, 4 King Edward St, on Thursday October 3rd.

  • Thursday 3rd October
  • $10 entry
  • Kensington Bar, 4 King Edward St, Dunedin
  • 630pm- doors open
  • 7pm- start
  • Ultimate Direction products on display to try on, spot prizes from Ultimate Direction and VFuel
  • If buying your ticket from the BCR Trail Shop- please print out your receipt and bring along - this is your ticket, so make sure you have it! 

Buy In the High Country tickets now


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