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Mountainfilm on Tour – Stowe, Vermont
Mountainfilm on Tour and Spruce Peak Arts present a selection of environmentally-minded films. These culturally rich, adventure-packed and incredibly inspiring documentary films are curated from the annual Mountainfilm festival held in Telluride, Colorado.
In lieu of a traditional in-person gathering, the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center in Stowe, VT will be hosting a virtual screening of Mountainfilm on Tour with an inspiring program of films that explore themes connected to Mountainfilm’s mission of using the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.
RESERVING TICKETS TO THE SHOW
- Tickets are FREE, reservations required. Click HERE to make a reservation.
- The free virtual program is available beginning at 12 p.m. EST on Thursday, February 4 and will be available until 12 p.m. on Sunday, February 7. To see the list of films selected to play in this program, see below.
- In lieu of a ticket purchase, please consider donating directly to our host, Spruce Peak Arts.
Our 2021 Mountainfilm Line-up:
A film which celebrates the transformation of an aquatic invader into an economic and culinary treasure, seeing it as a creative adaptation in an ever-changing world. Directed by: Alizé Carrère (2019 USA / Duration: 12 mins)
Steve Searles decides to teach the bears to co-exist with the town’s residents in Mammoth Lakes, California. Directed by: Robert Gourley (2020 USA / Duration: 5 mins)
In this film, we find out what happens when a bevy of rockstar skiers get together with a world champion drone pilot in the snowy wilds of the Canadian Rockies. Directed by: Anthony Bonello, Mike Gamble (2019 Canada / Duration: 5 mins)
Will “Akuna” Robinson who completed the Triple Crown of Hiking, now aims to inspire other people of color to get out on the trails by crushing miles and spreading good vibes. Directed by: Jacob McNeill, Steve Flood (2019 USA / Duration: 4 mins)
Games of Survival: A Culture Preserved in Ice
The events at the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics – like the Four Man Carry and the Knuckle Hop – are both rooted in traditional Eskimo culture and pure Americana. Directed by: Nicholas Natale (2019 USA / Duration: 17 mins)
A raptor biologist now spends her days in Idaho’s sagebrush country studying how human impact affects golden eagles. Directed by: Charles Post(2019 USA / Duration: 8 mins)
Here We Stand
Conservation has long been about keeping people out of places, but with help from communities of color, the Save the Redwoods League is reimagining its role in a diverse, inclusive California. Directed by: Chris Cresci (2019 USA / Duration: 11 mins)
A wave in a river is a rapid that stays in one place, which means it can be surfed for a very long time. For Gannet Horn, riding that singular wave is an obsession. Directed by: Taylor Glenn (2019 USA / Duration: 3 mins)
Runner Faith Briggs represents the new school of conservationist – those whose love for public lands, diverse voices and journeys of empowerment fuel bold feats of activism. 2019 USA / Duration: 10 mins Directed by: Whit Hassett, Chelsea Jolly (2019 USA / Duration: 10 mins)
Ultra-runner Clare Gallagher hopes to bring awareness to Wilderness Study Areas being threatened by oil and gas development, and share her love of the Red Desert through an immersive trail running experience. Directed by: Javier Fernandez (2020 USA / Duration: 11 mins)
Screening Sponsors: Acabay, Bourne’s Energy, Front Porch Forum, PC Construction, Spruce Peak