Screening will be followed by an on-stage conversation with Film Subjects MARKELLE TAYLOR & FRANK RUONA
The San Quentin Prison Marathon has an unconventional route: 105 dizzying laps around a crowded prison yard. 26.2 TO LIFE tells the story of incarcerated men who are members of the 1000 Mile Club, the prison’s long distance running club. They train all year for this 26.2 mile race. For the men who take their places at the starting line on a cool, sunny November morning, completing the marathon means more than entrée into an elite group of athletes. It’s a chance to be defined by more than their crimes. Cheering them on are a small staff of volunteer coaches, veteran marathoners who train with the runners throughout the year. The bonds they forge on the track create a community that transcends prison politics and extends beyond the prison walls as members are released. 26.2 TO LIFE is a story of transformation and second chances. The film offers a rare glimpse into a world out of bounds, as the men navigating life sentences seek redemption and freedom… or something like it.
Director: Christine Yoo (US 2022) 90 mi
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9 • 6:45
$13.25 General | $9.75 Seniors & Youth | $7.75 CAFILM members
AMPAS members, enjoy free admission with your membership card.