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"The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat, and Beers," a documentary that offers "some of the most laugh out loud moments experienced all year" according to efilmcritic.com, follows an exclusive group of men who travel to a top-secret location in Washington State to compete in an all-day event they call The Outdoorsmen. They battle through a series of events that combine physical challenges with beer, "the great equalizer." For the past 14 years, this dedicated group has suffered through activities such as DEATH RACE 3000, THE SHUTTLE RUN, and BLIND MAN'S BEER. Braving freezing waters, treacherous riverbeds, and the rapid consumption of over 30 cases of beer, these responsible parents, husbands, and co-workers have one weekend a year to recapture their youth, cherishing the camaraderie of their fellow Outdoorsmen.

Bside Entertainment presents this official 2005 Tribeca Film Festival selection for two nights only: Friday, February 17th and Saturday, February 18th at 8 PM."The Outdoorsmen" played to packed houses at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival and 2005 Austin Film Festival, and an abridged, edited for television version of the film aired on Spike TV this past weekend. The full version of the film returns in style to NYC at the Tribeca Cinemas.

For trailers, reviews, and more, visit the official Outdoorsmen website at:


These exclusive showings are sure to sell out, so buy your tickets online at:


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Added by stomptokyo on February 14, 2006