BOSTON Screening at the TCS New York City Marathon Pavilion

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LA Roma Films, New York Road Runners & The TCS New York City Marathon Present: An exclusive screening of BOSTON.

BOSTON: The Documentary

Directed by Jon Dunham. Narrated by Matt Damon.

BOSTON is more than a running film. It is a timeless story about triumph over adversity for runner and non-runner alike.

Please join us on Thursday November 2 for an exclusive screening of BOSTON – the first feature-length documentary chronicling the iconic race from it’s very beginning 120 years ago to present day.

Doors will open for the free screening at 8:30PM at the Marathon Pavilion located at the TCS NYC Marathon Finish Line. Please plan to arrive by 8:00PM, as there is no guaranteed, reserved seating.

About BOSTON.

This is the first feature-length documentary about the iconic Boston Marathon, known to runners worldwide as simply “Boston.” The documentary chronicles Boston’s celebrated history from its humble origins in 1897 with 15 runners, through 2014’s triumphant race. It showcases many of the most important moments in more than a century of race history and features many of the greatest marathoners ever to have run the course. Accompanied by Jeff Beal’s original score and narrated by Boston native Matt Damon, BOSTON imparts an emotional journey into the wondrous kaleidoscope of the marathon, a microcosm of the ability of humans of all ages, genders and races to be unified by a single event.

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The Boston Marathon is like no other event in the world, and to have its history captured through this type of exclusive documentary is extraordinary.- Mayor Marty Walsh, The Boston Globe

I laughed. I cried. I was so proud.- Shalane Flanagan, Olympic Silver Medalist


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