Is it normal to run a marathon... as a warm up?

"Run, Pharm Boy, Run!" is a short documentary profiling Charles Wickersham, pharmacist and ultrarunner, as he undertakes the San Francisco One Day race. The One Day is a 24 hour race run annually at Crissy Field next to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

Charles races in support of a charity called "Teens Run Modesto" which helps local teens learn and grow through training for a marathon. For more information, please visit their website at:

teensrunmodesto.org

For more information on the SF One Day race, please visit:

pctrailruns.com/SF_One_Day.htm

RPR is It Donned On Me's first non-competition film (we primarily compete in timed filmmaking events such as the 48 Hour Film Project), and is the first in a planned series of profiles of ordinary people who do extraordinary things.

Music by brokenkites - for more incredible music and information on the artist please visit:

hollowscene.com

Production info:
Shot entirely on a Canon 5DmkII. Dual system sound recorded on a Zoom H4n and synced via Pluraleyes. All location audio & interviews used the H4n built-in mics, home interview miked with a Countryman B6. Edited in Final Cut Pro, color correction in Color. Behind the scenes photos from the shoot are available here:

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It Donned On Me is a competitive filmmaking team from San Francisco, CA. More information on our team and films can be found at:

ItDonnedOnMe.com

Some rights reserved: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

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