SOURCE: Mindpix Corp.

June 12, 2008 09:20 ET

Mindpix Media Announces America's First Parkour Action Docu-Film Titled "PK Takes Vegas: A Free Run Through Las Vegas"

OREM, UT--(Marketwire - June 12, 2008) - Mindpix Corporation, a Nevada Corporation (PINKSHEETS: MPIX), is pleased to announce that Mindpix Media, dba firsTVision Entertainment, a division of Mindpix, Inc. ( and The BareFoot Group have teamed up to produce "PK Takes Vegas: A Free Run Through Las Vegas." A dedicated website about the project can be found at ( providing an overview as well as numerous video links illustrating Parkour or Free Running. The projected release date is October 2008. This one hour film is being developed for television distribution in North America and abroad. A more lengthy 'director's cut' will be available on DVD after broadcast, shot entirely in high definition.

"PK Takes Vegas" is America's first Parkour and Free Running docu-film. Set in Las Vegas, one of the world's most unique cities, this docu-film will explore this new sport/philosophy from the perspective of a handful of America's most skilled traceurs. Creativity in motion, personal interviews, and unique architecture & neon lights, make this film a treat for the senses.


Parkour (sometimes abbreviated to PK) or l'art du déplacement (English: the art of movement) is an activity with the aim of moving from one point to another as efficiently and quickly as possible, using principally the abilities of the human body. It is meant to help one overcome obstacles, which can be anything in the surrounding environment -- from branches and rocks to rails and concrete walls -- and can be practiced in both rural and urban areas. Parkour practitioners are referred to as traceurs, or traceuses for females. The chase scene in the opening of the 2006 Bond film "Casino Royale" is a great example of Parkour.

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