Running the Sahara
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Running the Sahara is a 2007 documentary feature film that chronicles Ray Zahab, Charlie Engle, and Kevin Lin's attempt to run across the entire Sahara Desert. They traveled a total of 6920 kilometers, reaching the Red Sea on February 20, 2007.
|Running the Sahara|
|Directed by||James Moll|
|Produced by||Rick Eldridge|
|Narrated by||Matt Damon|
|Edited by||Ricky Kreitman|
Producers Marc Joubert, Keith Quinn, Larry Tanz and director James Moll filmed on location in Africa across six countries: Senegal, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Libya, Egypt. Prepare2go.com supported the film crew with the logistics throughout.
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