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You will take a star turn when you dress as your favorite screen personality to win prizes, adulation, and a loaded movie contract. When you walk the red carpet, wear your finisher medal proudly after you navigate a swarm of paparazzi. View race results here.
The youngest racers will take a star turn on a magical run to the Emerald City in the Munchkin Dash! Every future movie star (to age 12) goes home a medal winner after getting high fives from screen characters on the red carpet in the fun untimed event. The race will be divided into age groups and run in staggered starts.
Top overall and divisional runners along with Culver City’s fastest female and male competitors will take a star turn when they accept "Best Performance in a Leading Role" honors at the awards ceremony. Beat the Screenland 5K record in your division and win a free entry in next year's race, along with superhero worship from your admirers. View race results here.
The Screenland 5K honors its Legacy Runners for their "lifetime achievements, exceptional contributions and outstanding service to the event" performing star turns in all seven editions of the race. Legacy runners are Crystal Albert (Anaheim), Marisol Aguilar (LA), Marc Bauer (Culver City), James Brewer (LA), Harry Chang (Culver City), Jennifer Cooper (LA), Alma Cordero (Culver City), Angela Dominici (LA, pictured), Jessica Gutierrez (LA), Stephanie Gray (LA), Glenn Higaki (Cerritos), Amy Ho (LA), Tina Ho (LA), Lori Huck (LA), Jeannie Ingeneri (Culver City, pictured), Paul Jacobs (Culver City), Corey Kawamoto (Culver City), Kelly Kawamoto (Culver City), Michael Krupat (Culver City), Ruben Krupat (Culver City), Jayme Lavoie (El Segundo), Amy Levier (LA), Riche Levier (LA), William Levy (Porter Ranch), Melissa Louie (Culver City), Claudia Martinez (LA), Amy McKay (LA), Kristine Mulleneaux (Culver City), Nadia Mulleneaux (Culver City), Chloe Walmsley-Flores (LA), Gwen Nakatani (Westminster), Ivonne Nelson (LA), Rocio Nunez (Inglewood), Beverly Peterson (Culver City. pictured), George Ronay (LA), Linda Star (Porter Ranch), Gary Pealer (Culver City, pictured), Catherine Silman (Culver City), Sarah St. Clair (Playa Vista), Brandon Stephenson (LA), Carol Tang (Culver City), Devin Toohey (Inglewood), Bonnie Tuttle (Pomona), Brian Whitaker (LA), David Winslow (Culver City, pictured), Lynette Varghese (El Segundo), and Denise Yogi (Culver City).
Party, win prizes, and reap adulation in a star turn with your "cast and crew". Form a team in your family, neighborhood, school, group, or business to train, promote healthy lifestyles, fundraise, build awareness for a cause, team build, and, above all, have fun. Prizes in several categories will be awarded, so put your team together, win "Best Ensemble," and wear the famed Screenland 5K Oscars belt.