The Long Walk, 2012. Photo: Eli Brownell, King County Parks

Did you miss last month’s Long Walk Short Film Fest at the Northwest Film Forum? If so (or if you want watch them again), here are links to the three videos that were screened:

The Long Walk, 2010
Documentation shared by The Long Walk, 2010 participants, edited by Britta Johnson, 4:44
http://vimeo.com/18445295

A Kind of Experiential Geography – The Long Walk, 2011
Filmed by Gabriel Miller, edited by Karina Nyquist and Susan Robb, 6:32
https://vimeo.com/61653542

Are You Doin’ Some Stuff, A Journey Into The Slow Movement Movement - The Long Walk, 2012
Filmed and edited by Rodrigo Valenzuela, 10:23
https://vimeo.com/61653547

The Long Walk, a time-based, “open-source”, and participatory event, was originally developed by artist Susan Robb in collaboration with Stokley Towles as part of 4Culture’s Trails Project in 2010. Robb continued and expanded the adventure in 2011 and 2012, leading 50 self-selecting participants through the cities, suburbs, farmlands, and forests of King County via the Regional Trails System (RTS). Over the course of 4 days and 45 miles – walking from Puget Sound to Snoqualmie Falls – the groups experienced a shift in their sense of time, a new understanding of the local geography, and the creation of an interstitial culture.

thelongwalkseattle.com