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Weekend Watch: No Man's Land Film Festival trailer

The all-female adventure film festival kicks off in Carbondale, Colorado, this weekend.
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From mountain biking to dancing to surfing to praying in the woods, all types of adventure activities practiced by all types of women are highlighted during the fourth annual No Man's Land Film Festival

The films will be screened this weekend at the flagship festival in Carbondale, Colorado, where the mission to show off more female adventurers was put into action.

Let's celebrate all the women who inspire us to get after it.

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