American ultra running legend Micah True (Caballo Blanco, or the White Horse) lived and ran with the Tarahumara Indians in Northern Mexico. The Tarahumara (also known as the Rarámuri or the Running People) are some of the best long distance runners in the world. This award-winning feature-length documentary chronicles Micah's quest to promote and preserve Tarahumara running tradition by creating a 50-mile foot race known as the Copper Canyon Ultra Marathon, which was portrayed in Christopher McDougall’s best-selling book "Born to Run – A Hidden Tribe, Super Athletes and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen".
Now fans of the book, runners and non-runners alike can all share the beauty of Micah True's simple message in "Run Free - The True Story of Caballo Blanco".
* Best Documentary Feature - Arizona International Film Festival
* Bud Greenspan Award - Track & Field Writers of America
* IndieFEST Award of Excellence
* 2015 Arizona International Film Festival
* 2015 Madrid international Film Festival
* 2015 New Hope Film Festival
* 2015 Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival
* 2015 Inkafest Mountain Film Festival
* 2015 DocUtah International Documentary Film Festival
Official Site: RunFreeMovie.com
Note: 20% of all profits from the film and related merchandise are donated to Norawas de Raramuri (Friends of the Running People) norawas.org