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Bethel – 9/15/16

MOFF in Bethel

9/15/2016
7:00PM
The Gem Theater – 23 Cross St, Bethel, Maine 04217

$10 – snacks and drinks available
Hosted by Mahoosuc Pathways

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SCREENING SCHEDULE

*subject to change

flyfishing nuancesFLY FISHING NUANCES

Directed by: Alex Poland – Oxford – Run Time: 2 minutes

Synopsis: A film about the small things that make fly fishing with family and friends unforgettable!

 

1,000 FEET AND BELOW

Directed by: Joel Osgood – Maine, United States – Run Time: 27 minutes

Synopsis: Joel Osgood and his brother Moksha visit Maine’s lesser known, smaller ski mountains and in between hitting the slopes, interviews the hill owners and long time locals. This is a big-hearted project that shines a light on community, family, and healthy outdoor recreation.

 

Trailer:

1000 Feet & Below- Trailer from Joel Osgood on Vimeo.

MORE THAN JUST PARKS | ACADIA

Directed by: Jim Pattiz, Will Pattiz – United States – Run Time: 5 minutes

Synopsis: MTJP | Acadia is the culmination of several weeks spent exploring Acadia National Park during peak fall color. This film is, in part, a celebration of Acadia’s upcoming centennial. It is dedicated to renowned philanthropist and conservationist George Dorr. Sculpted by Glaciers and landscaped by beavers, Acadia is full of wonderfully unique features. Rounded mountains, tranquil ponds, rocky coastline, & some of the most beautiful trails in the world comprise this marvelous wonder.

 

 

A GOOD DAY

Directed by: Arthur Bell – Vermont, United States – Run Time: 3 minutes

Synopsis: The only good day this year on the lake.

 

 

 

LAST THOUGHTS ON THE DIRTBAG

Directed by: Greg Cairns- Colorado, United States – Run Time: 6 minutes

Synopsis: How do you show tribute to something that has given you everything? Last Thoughts On The Dirtbag is a poetic and visceral journey through the heart of a climber, in Indian Creek, the crack climbing Mecca of the world. With footage of some of the most classic climbs in The Creek, married with a rich and reflective poem, this film portrays the climber as a searcher, someone who is restless with the average American sedentary lifestyle, and desires for more.

BRUHWILER COUNTRY

Directed by: Keith Malloy – Canada – Run Time: 8 minutes

Synopsis: This section tells the story of Raph Bruhwiler who if its hunting season can be found in the forest tracking black tail deer when the surf is not all time. Vancouver Island is a pretty amazing place.

 

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE

Directed by: Nathan Myers – Bali – Run Time: 27 minutes

Synopsis: Shot on location here at Uluwatu Surf Villas, the documentary follows Gerry back to Uluwatu and G-Land for his first time in over 20 years, and nearly 40 years since his first visit.

 

 

Trailer: