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Filmmaker Pete McBride’s ‘Into the Canyon’ will be screened at Aspen’s Isis on Wednesday

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Hikers stride through Marble Canyon along the Colorado River.
Pete McBride/courtesy photo

The documentary film “Into the Canyon” will be shown at the Isis Theater in Aspen on Wednesday by popular demand.

The world premiere was sold out Saturday at the Wheeler Opera House, so the Isis is holding another screening Wednesday at 8 p.m. The film is about Basalt photographer Peter McBride and writer Kevin Fedarko’s historic 2016 hike across the Grand Canyon. Their 750-mile journey highlighted the natural beauty of the canyon and the man-made threats.

McBride will introduce the film. Tickets are available at the Isis.

The National Geographic Channel also will air the documentary at 8 p.m. Feb. 21.


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