NEW YORK, April 23 (UPI) -- New York's Tribeca Film Festival was expected Saturday to premier the 90-minute feature documentary "The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat and Beers."
The film, scheduled to be screened Monday, documents the Outdoorsmen, an annual all-day event in the secluded woodlands of Washington state that combines physical competition with high-speed beer chugging.
"Most of the year, these men are your everyday co-workers, husbands and dads, but for one weekend, they just go nuts," said Nicholas Kalikow, the film's executive producer. "Director Scott Allen Perry did a great job capturing the madness, humor, camaraderie and determination that goes into this completely unique competition."
When not drinking beer, the competitors do a lot of tossing -- logs, tires, rocks and even hatchets, according to Kalikow.