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Cinemagoers will get a sneak peek of the highly-anticipated TRI, from Red Zeppelin Productions, when it screens as part of the Northern Virginia International Film and Music Festival. The film, due for a Summer 2016 release, last week won the Indie Spirit Best Story Line Award from the Boston International Film Festival. An inspiring, emotionally-charged drama about a medical technician with a history of not finishing things who is inspired by a cancer patient to do for her first Triathlon. Natalie (Award-winning actress Jensen Jacobs), an ultrasound tech with a history of not finishing things, is inspired by a cancer patient to sign up for a Triathlon.
Natalie is introduced to the strange (and aerodynamic) world of triathletes and meets a colorful cast of characters as she signs up for the Nation’s Triathlon. With the support of her new teammates, she digs deep to discover just how far she can push her mind and body. TRI is the first scripted feature narrative about triathlons that has been developed for theatrical release. Triathlon is the fastest growing endurance sport in the world and was the fastest growing of all sports in the UK in 2014. There are over 600,000 athletes registered with USA Triathlon, and over 3.2 million worldwide. Although the film uses triathlon as a backdrop, the niche target market for the film is female runners. Of the roughly 20 million finishers of running events in 2014, 60 percent were women. The concept of TRI is to raise awareness and hope for those who are seeking compassion or understanding while dealing with cancer as a caregiver, a patient and a survivor.

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