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The Beach at Sugarloaf – 10/10/15

On the Beach at SUGARLOAF, Carrabassett Valley, Maine,
Saturday October 10, 2015

Films will begin just after dark (around 6:30pm) and run for 75 minutes. Bring a blanket and a chair!

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SCREENING SCHEDULE:

NATURE-RX, PART 2 – 2 minutes – Justin Bogardus – Colorado – Nature and humanity have a terrible marketing problem. Polar bears, hurricanes, and ice caps are not waking people up fast enough. It’s too impersonal and too easy to ignore. Here comes NATURE-RX, a hilarious, unflinching, timely look at what a person really needs to save themselves, each other, and our planet.

WHITE GOLD FOOTHILLS – 3 minutes – Nathan Woodsum – Auburn, ME – searching for fresh powder with my splitboard from late jan to late feb 2015. shot in a variety of secret maine b.c. stashes and at mt. abram when they were closed mid-week.

CHEERS TO THE MEATZ – 4 minutes – Mike McVey – Millinocket, ME – Broke and Stoked Entry

MH&T TRAIL CREW – 2 minutes – Mercedes Mehling – Stratton, ME – Broke and Stoked Entry

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’!

OUTDOOR FESTIVAL – 4 minutes – Joe Radano – Portland, ME – Broke and Stoked Entry

TOO HOT, TOO COLD. – 3 minutes – Ross Knowlton – Millinocket, ME – My films are typically focused on broadcasting the creative side of skateboarding and snowskating. The filming, skating, and editing is done entirely by myself. I’ve been making these films for five years now and have no plans on stopping anytime soon.

WINTER HIKING! – 1.5 minutes – Jack Gentempo – Norway, ME – Broke and Stoked Entry

NATURE-RX, PART 3 – 2 minutes – Justin Bogardus – Colorado – Nature and humanity have a terrible marketing problem. Polar bears, hurricanes, and ice caps are not waking people up fast enough. It’s too impersonal and too easy to ignore. Here comes NATURE-RX, a hilarious, unflinching, timely look at what a person really needs to save themselves, each other, and our planet.

UNRIDEABLES: ALASKA RANGE – 46 minutes – Dir: Derek Westerlund, Prod: – Steve Reska, Ben Bryan, Scott Bradfiel – Alaska – “Barely a decade old, speedriding is a high-speed, high stakes mountain sport that fuses elements of skiing and parachute flight. This hybrid approach to the alpine gives its intrepid practitioners access to terrain that would otherwise be inaccessible. In The Unrideables: Alaska Range, one of the foremost experts on human flight, Jon DeVore, sets out with a team of elite aerial athletes to evolve the sport in North America’s most remote and demanding mountain environment.”

Please visit the MOFF sponsors’ facebook pages and tell them thanks for helping to put on the show!
Sugarloaf
Oakhurst Dairy
Shipyard
Skowhegan Savings
LL Bean
HoverFlow
Three Rivers Whitewater
No Umbrella Media
Abbie McGilvery Social Media Strategist
Meadowmere Resort
Flowfold
Aromaflage
Maine Whitewater Championships
Evo Rock and Fitness