Inspirational New Ski Documentary Trailblazer Set For Debut at No Man’s Land Film Festival

February 27, 2024

Highly Anticipated Film Chronicles the Return of Skier Megan McJame

Park City, Utah – (Feb. 27, 2024)/OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ – Jackson Hole-based film company KGB Productions announced today that its latest film Trailblazer, a highly anticipated documentary that follows the Olympic journey of American skier Megan McJames, will be featured as an official selection for the No Man’s Land Film Festival World Tour, beginning March 8.

Watch the trailer for Trailblazer here.

Trailblazer chronicles the inspirational story of McJames, who was a standout skier in her native Park City before she qualified for the Winter Olympics in 2010 as a member of the U.S. Ski Team. She was ultimately cut from the team in 2012 but committed herself to competing independently, relying on fundraisers and sponsors to support her own coaching, training and travel.

Combining intimate interviews with McJames and others who helped her on her journey with extraordinary ski footage in Jackson Hole and Alaska, Trailblazer tells the powerful story of McJames’ quest to become the first skier to qualify for the winter Olympic Games after being cut from the U.S. Ski Team. The film is sponsored by Volkl and Flylow.

“I am so excited to share my story in hopes that the grit, perseverance and self-determination I experienced during my moments of struggle will inspire others to follow their dreams in the face of adversity,” McJames said.

Founded in 2015, the No Man’s Land Film Festival (NMLFF) is the premier all-women adventure film festival and has celebrated the full scope of women and genderqueer athletes and adventurers by un-defining feminine in adventure, sport conservation and film. Through human collaboration, NMLFF strives to continue implementing and inspiring change in the outdoor, sport and film industries, while cultivating a deep interest in exploring the vastness of the planet from a feminine point of view as well as identities outside of the gender binary.

Learn more about the No Man’s Land Film Festival World Tour here.

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