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Telluride Mountainfilm 2017 Films Announced!

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Mountainfilm's 2017 film lineup features documentaries about extraordinary adventures, remarkable activists, legendary climbers, crucial environmental issues and cultures in peril. We've got amazing shorts and epic features, but what is most notable about this year is the number of quality films that dovetail with our theme of The New Normal. Among them: Chasing Coral, which follows the journey of a team of photographers and scientists racing to document coral bleaching in the oceans; An Inconvenient Sequel, which is the worthy follow-up to Al Gore's seminal climate change film; and Bill Nye: Science Guy, which profiles the iconic science educator in his new role as climate change defender. 

 

Mountainfilm is also thrilled to host the world premiere of several Mountainfilm Commitment Grant recipients this year, including Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey, a film by Telluride local Dave O'leske that chronicles the life of pioneering 94-year-old climber Fred Beckey; Albatross, a film by Chris Jordan about the devastating effects of plastic pollution on these magnificent birds on Midway island; The Last Honey Hunter, a new documentary by Ben Knight that captures the ancient, strange and dangerous practice of collecting mind-altering honey from cliffs in Nepal; and No Man's Land, a film by David Byars about the armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Preserve by anti-government occupiers in January 2016.

 

 

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