Another night of high quality, thought-provoking films that celebrate mountain people, culture, adventure, conservation, and the power of film to create social change.
The event showcases the very best of Mountainfilm in Telluride, Colorado, an annual film festival synonymous with the world’s finest filmmaking. Each night will feature different films!
Proceeds from the event will benefit The Environmental Center, a local non-profit organization that works to embed sustainability into daily life in Central Oregon.
TICKETS: $17.50 in advance; $30 in advance for both shows; $20 at the door.
$12.50 Students on Friday only with ID; 10% group discount available when purchasing 6 or more tickets.
Sample of Saturday night films:
Brother's Wild -This film about the O’Neill brothers, Timmy and Sean, profiles an unusual pair of siblings. Timmy is, of course, a familiar face to Mountainfilm audiences with his brilliant climbing and comedy. Sean, however, is new to the festival and is equally unforgettable for his own achievements
Somewhere Near Tapachula -Jonno Durant and Stefan Hunt (the duo behind Surfing 50 States, which won the Student Award last year at Mountainfilm) are back with another surfing film. This year’s effort is decidedly different than their madcap 2009 romp across the U.S. Somewhere Near Tapachula is about Mission Mexico
The Last Paradise - Director Clive Neeson, armed with footage from 45 years of extreme sports pioneers in the wilds of New Zealand, has made a film about the unique time when such outdoor sports as bungee jumping were created. We’re showing just one of these amazing stories from the film: It involves Telluride local Jeff Campell, skiing, glaciers and Levi’s jeans.
This event is made possible in part by:
Natures General Store
Bend Radio Group
ReBound Physical Therapy
All Women’s Care