Mountainfilm travels year-round and worldwide with a selection of current and best-loved films from the annual festival in Telluride. We present both single-event and multi-day shows, hosted by a wide array of organizations, including schools and colleges, corporations, community groups and theater operators. We are regularly called on by nonprofit organizations to be part of fundraising events. Each year, we select the best short films from our annual festival and make them available to our hosts to select for their shows. Our fee-based structure gives local organizers the ability to set ticket prices, sell local sponsorship packages and conduct raffles to achieve financial and fundraising goals. Each show is emceed by a Mountainfilm presenter who guides the audience through the program, often sharing personal stories from his or her interactions with the filmmaker or the film’s subjects.
Through Mountainfilm on Tour, we touch the lives of over 70,000 people every year and visit more than 150 locations. It’s our way of extending the reach of the annual festival and helping our filmmakers’ inspiring content be seen by audiences who otherwise might never have the opportunity.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16
Come as you are and help us kick-off Mountainfilm On Tour MIAMI on Friday Night, a casual evening of short films celebrating the adventurous spirit. Craft beer will be flowing and food available.
A Letter to Congress
Frontier of Firsts
Imagination: Tom Wallisch
Beyond the Horizon
Drop Everything: Michelle Parker Segment
Why Not Now: Vivian Stancil
Return from Desolation
Rogue Elements: Corbet’s Couloir Segment
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17th
[STRANG] invites you to a night benefiting two non profits dedicated to our local environment: South Florida National Parks Trust and Ocean Crest Alliance. Enjoy cocktails and light bites before our feature film. Anote’s Ark (2018 ). The film takes a look at the nation of Kiribati, a nation whose very existence is threatened by sea level rise. A panel discussion with Commissioner Ken Russell, National Geographic Explorer Alizé Carrére, and Architect Max Strang will follow.
Loved By All: The Story of Apa Sherpa
A New View of the Moon
Details about the films can be found at https://www.mountainfilm.org/tour/stops/mountainfilm-on-tour-miami-fl-2018
Friday General Admission: $15 | Children under 10 FREE
Saturday General Admission $50 | Children under 10 FREE
4013 South Douglas Rd
Coconut Grove , FL
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