Unbounded: A Journey into Patagonia

The Collider is hosting a special one-time screening of “Unbounded: A Journey into Patagonia” on Jan. 31 with all proceeds benefiting our Thomas R. Karl Internship Program.

The doors of The Collider will open at 6:30 p.m. and the film will begin at 7 p.m. A panel discussion with the film’s director, producer and cinematographer, Garrett Martin, will follow the screening.

Available online, tickets are $20 per person, $15 for active Friends of The Collider, or free with the purchase of a one-year Friends of The Collider gift. Tickets for those with a valid student ID are $10. Light refreshments and beer from our sponsor, New Belgium Brewing, will be provided.

“Unbounded” is an adventure-travel documentary following a young, unaided crew of four as they hike and pack-raft for four months into the infinite region known as Patagonia. The crew’s journey is based along the “Greater Patagonian Trail,” a relatively unknown route that is now the longest continuous trail network in South America. The adventure takes the crew through dense forests, snow-capped mountains, active volcanoes, barren deserts and everything in between. The film focuses on discovering the indescribable factors of the region, learning the history and culture of the people living amongst the Andes, and bringing to light the incredible beauty of the area — all in an effort to help raise awareness of the need to preserve this untamed but delicate environment.

Purchase tickets online at www.thecollider.org/event/movie-night-at-the-colllider-unbounded/

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