MOFF at Rangeley Trail Town Festival – Rangeley Inn, Maine,
Friday September 4 – 7:00 pm
to BENEFIT: 4TH ANNUAL RANGELEY TRAIL TOWN FESTIVAL
$5 suggested donation/ $2 under 12
Join us for some Fun Outdoor Films!
THAI BOXING 4 minutes – Eliza Earle – Colorado – Professional athletes Mason Earle and Sean Villanueva team up to take on “Thai Boxing,” an unforgiving offwidth crack nestled in the granite cliffs behind Chamonix, France.
MINUTE OF MAINE SERIES 1 minutes – Karl Youngs – Millinocket, ME – Maine’s beauty can be found around every corner. You just have to take a minute to look. This series of one minute films explores the wonder and diversity of Maine. Take a minute and enjoy then do your own exploring!
THE HUNT FOR AQUATIC INVADERS 9 minutes – Stephen Underwood – Scarborough, ME – Set upon the backdrop of Maine’s mighty Moosehead Lake, “The Hunt for Aquatic Invaders” takes the viewer on a very different kind of outdoor adventure, one that not only speaks to the urgency of the task of preventing the spread of aquatic invaders in Maine, but also provides guidance and inspiration as it explores the vital role that volunteers can play in local and statewide early detection efforts.
THE TIGHTEST LINE 34 minutes – Harrison Buck – Massachusetts – The Tightest Line is a film and web series by Harrison Buck, that explores fly fishing in four unique locations – ranging from the wild backcountry waters of the American West, to the hidden gems of the outer Bahamian Islands. Meet the guides, fish, and waters they call home.
LIFT TALK 6 minutes – Bradley Stabio – Colorado – Lift Talk is a hilarious ride on the lift with three friends who have differing ideas about what makes a great ski film. Is Warren Miller the gold standard? Or are film classics like Hot Dog what make the best ski movie? As they talk, they gain inspiration from these films to show their ‘stuff’ on the slopes, going ‘Steep and Deep’!
MINUTE OF MAINE – 50 SHADES OF GREEN 1 minutes – Karl Youngs – Millinocket, ME – Maine’s beauty can be found around every corner. You just have to take a minute to look. This series of one minute films explores the wonder and diversity of Maine. Take a minute and enjoy then do your own exploring!
ONLY THE ESSENTIAL 39.8 minutes – Colin Arisman – Vermont – In the summer of 2013 Casey Gannon and Colin Arisman thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail with cameras in hand. Only The Essential is the story of their 5 month, 2668 mile journey on foot from Mexico to Canada across the wilderness of California, Oregon, and Washington.
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Maine Whitewater Championships
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