San Diego Film Festival to screen "Running From Crazy," exploring the life of Mariel Hemingway | VIDEO

SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Film Festival will screen "Running From Crazy," a documentary examining the personal journey of model and actress Mariel Hemingway on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 5:30 pm.

Mariel Hemingway is the granddaughter of legendary American author and journalist Ernest Hemingway. The films follows Mariel's journey to gain a greater understanding of her complex family history.

Through stunning archival footage of the three Hemingway sisters and intimate verite moments with Mariel herself, "Running From Crazy" examines the remarkable, though often heartbreaking Hemingway legacy. As Mariel comes to terms with the tragedies of her family's past that have shaped the course of her life, deeply hidden secrets are revealed and truths emerge.

Mariel Hemingway made headlines in 1982 when she played a bisexual track and field star in Robert Towne's groundbreaking film, "Personal Best,"

"Running From Crazy" will be screened at the ArcLight Cinemas in La Jolla/UTC. The film is open to San Diego Film Festival pass holders and individual tickets can also be purchased.

For more information and tickets click HERE.


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