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My Run -- Indiewood Pictures in Association with Destiny Pictures presents the award-winning MY RUN, the inspirational documentary of Terry Hitchcock, narrated by Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton. 

After tragically losing his wife to breast cancer and struggling to raise three young children on his own, real life super hero and modern day Forrest Gump, Terry Hitchcock seized on an idea. He wanted to accomplish the impossible: run 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days to bring attention to the incredibly difficult lives of single-parent families. MY RUN is more than a film about a guy running multiple marathons; it’s a film about the daily marathons we all run in life.

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Release Date:
31 March 2011 (USA) See more »
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Be Somebody's Hero
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After tragically losing his wife to breast cancer and struggling to raise three young children on his own... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 
J. Marie Fieger ... Herself
Chris Hitchcock ... Himself
Jason Hitchcock ... Himself
Teri Sue Hitchcock ... Herself
Terry Hitchcock ... Himself
Scott Meier ... Himself
Christine Redlin ... Sue (voice)
Andy Stemig ... Himself

Billy Bob Thornton ... Narrator
John Williams ... Himself
Perry Williams ... Himself

Directed by
Tim VandeSteeg 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kim Pederson  writer

Produced by
Steven Abdo .... co-executive producer (as Steve Abdo)
Matthew Alexander .... associate producer
Mark Castaldo .... producer
Al Edeker .... executive producer
David Frank .... associate producer
Kim Pederson .... associate producer
Christian V. Pierce .... co-producer
Christine Redlin .... co-producer
Daniel Satorius .... associate producer (as Dan Satorius)
Eddie L. Stephens Jr. .... co-producer
Jeffrey Turner .... associate producer
Tim VandeSteeg .... executive producer
Tim VandeSteeg .... producer
Johan Wallin .... co-executive producer
Chung Yang .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Steve Horner 
 
Cinematography by
Matt Ehling 
 
Film Editing by
David Frank 
 
Production Management
Erin Bundra .... production manager
David Frank .... post-production supervisor
Tom Higgins .... production manager: Minneapolis
Michael Moore .... second unit production manager: Minneapolis
Mike Nead .... production manager (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Chase Brandau .... sound re-recording mixer
Joe Kalish .... voice over recordist
Nick Mihalevich .... sound re-recording mixer (as Chase Brandaunick Mihalevich)
 
Visual Effects by
Mariana Acuña Acosta .... visual effects supervisor (as Mariana Acuna)
Sanaz Memarian .... graphic design
Derek Toomes .... graphic designer: poster
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mary S. Atwood .... stock photo
Michael Durant .... camera operator: 1996 footage
Robin Harris .... grip
Jeramey Jannene .... stock photo
Rodney Johnson .... grip
Micheal Jones .... stock photo
Nick Kapanke .... second unit camera
Jeremiah Laroche .... grip
Katherine Loudenslager .... grip
Mike Nead .... grip
 
Animation Department
Benjamin Hall .... logo animator: 3D (as Ben Hall)
Anand Hurkadli .... logo animator: 2D
Eddie Ulrich .... animation director: logos
 
Editorial Department
Robert S. Douglas .... colorist: and color technical support
Sean Main .... digital intermediate producer
Jason Wallace .... post production consultant
Wes Whatley .... additional colorist: NT Productions
Monica F.P. Williams .... colorist
 
Music Department
Christine Redlin .... music clearance supervisor
 
Other crew
Erin Bundra .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Lyvia Bydlowski .... production assistant
Richard E. Chaffin .... production assistant
Jessica Deline .... PR/marketing consultant
Matt Dupont .... production assistant
Steven Erkel .... production assistant
Matthew Feeney .... publicity associate
J. Marie Fieger .... marketing associate
Nemer Fieger .... marketing
Tracy Goode .... publicity associate
Mary Henry .... production assistant
Tom Higgins .... production assistant
Alex Horner .... production assistant
Todd Johnson .... production assistant
Doug Lattery .... marketing: and web production (additional )
Keanan Marble .... production assistant
Michael Moore .... location manager
Mary Olson .... production coordinator: Minneapolis
Robin Parkinson .... marketing associate
Greg Pressler .... marketing: and outreach
Christine Redlin .... marketing and promotion: supervisor
Daniel Satorius .... legal services (as Dan Satorius)
Ryan Stephens .... production assistant
Derek Toomes .... web site designer
Katie Ulmann .... production assistant
Erin VandeSteeg .... intern: on line marketing
 
Thanks
Michael Arturo .... thanks
Ron Gilbert .... thanks
Sue Hitchcock .... in loving memory
Thomas Ray .... thanks
Afshin Shahidi .... special thanks
Ashley Wilkes .... special thanks
 

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MY RUN has won multiple awards that include "Audience Award" - Austin Film Festival, "Outstanding Achievement in Documentary" - Newport Beach Film Festival, "Grand Jury" Las Vegas Film Festival, "Best of Fest" - Minn/St. Paul Int. Film Festival, "Outstanding Achievement in Documentary Filmmaking" - VISIONFEST Film Festival, "Best Documentary" - Mammoth Film Festival, "Award of Merit" - Accolade Competition and awarded the "Family-Friendly Seal" from The Dove Foundation.See more »
Quotes:
Terry Hitchcock:Be a hero, be somebody's hero.See more »

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Great Documentary, 24 October 2009
Author: Brendanbeseth from United States

I saw this documentary at the Austin Film Festival and really enjoyed it. It will change the way you live. It's the story of Terry Hitchcock, who lost his wife to cancer then raised his kids by himself. After the kids were grown he decided to run seventy-five marathons in a row to raise awareness for single-parent households. Once he decides to run the marathons, the story really takes off. You see how hard it was for him. He was already in his late fifties when he decided to do it, and he had a bad heart. The fact that he never gave up, no matter what was put before him, is what makes the documentary so great. It shows you that if you really put your mind to something and believe in yourself, you really can do amazing things.

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