MOFF at Sugarloaf Homecoming – 10/7/17

Join MOFF for our annual screening at Sugarloaf Homecoming Weekend!

Date: 10/7/2017
Time: 6:45PM
Location: The Beach at Sugarloaf, 5092 Access Rd, Carrabassett Valley, Maine 04947
Cost:  Free for Sugarloafers, with suggested donation of $3 to $5 going directly to Teens To Trails.
Bring: A blanket and a chair!!

Facebook event link: [here]

Films to be screened:


Directed by: Simon Donato and Drew Goldsack – AB, Canada – 11 minutes

Synopsis: 40 Winters follows adventurer Simon Donato, professional obstacle course racer Ryan Atkins and ultra-runner Adam Campbell as they attempt to traverse the 11 peaks of the iconic Mt. Rundle ridge in a single day. Facing snow, ice, and quickly changing early spring conditions, the trio set out along the iconic Rundle ridge between Canmore and Banff, Canada, to try and post a fastest known time for the traverse in winter conditions. With interviews from mountain legends such as Chic Scott, Charlie Locke, Will Gadd and Jack Firth, 40 Winters examines what it means to live and play in the mountains, have adventures, and most importantly come home safely.
Also screening 9/29/17 – The Camden Snow Bowl – Camden, ME




Directed by: Philippe Woodtli – Switzerland – 4 minutes

Synopsis: This the new dream of Géraldine Fasnacht: Being the first person to fly with her wingsuit from the highest peak of the Mont Rose massif, natural boundary between Switzerland and Italy. The Mountain Within is a journey which takes the spectator on the tracks of Géraldine and her newest adventure.
Also screening 9/8/17 – John Bapst High School Auditorium – Bangor, ME  9/14/17 – The Gem Theatre – Bethel, ME & 9/23/17 – Baxter Brewing Co. – Lewiston, ME


Directed by: Oly Mingo – USA – 30 minutes  Synopsis: A wintertime love story exploring the universal attraction between skier, boarder and mountain. From first chair to flamingo days, from deep powder to epic corduroy, “Lifted: A Ski Film for the Rest of Us” celebrates athletes and amateurs of all shapes and styles. Have craft mountains become endangered? Or are hometown hills an eternal source of stoke and adventure for generations to come? Pull out the long underwear and grab a beer as we follow one community’s quest to get Lifted.
Also screening 9/4/17 –Bug Light Park – South Portland, ME & 9/16/17 – L.L. Bean/Discovery Park – Freeport, ME