October 8, 2022

The Beach at Sugarloaf

Carrabassett Valley, Maine
Join MOFF and Sugarloaf as we Kickoff Winter at our 10th annual screening at Sugarloaf Homecoming Weekend!

Date: Saturday, October 8, 2022
Time: Doors: 5:30PM
Films Begin: 6:00PM
Location: The Beach at Sugarloaf – 5092 Access Rd, Carrabassett Valley, Maine 04947
Tickets: Free to Sugarloafers!
Program Notes: The film program will last about 70-minutes, including a 5-minute intermission. Please bring your own chair and blanket. The beer garden will be open! Film program is subject to change.
Hosted by: Sugarloaf

Scheduled Program:

DAY TRIPPER – 5.9 minutes – by Connor Davis – from Maine – Short synopsis: Day Tripper is a New England ski adventure with three simple goals: 1) Ski as much as possible 2) See as much as possible 3) Get home before bedtime. We’re happy to have you along for the ride.

WINTER SWIMMING – 3 minutes – by Art Bell – from Vermont – Short synopsis: Maybe the best medicine in winter in the Northeast, is regular swimming in the frozen northern lakes of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.

MORNING ZOOM – 5.2 minutes – by Jesse LaFountaine, Mercedes Mehling – from Maine – Short synopsis: It’s Monday morning. Tom is getting ready for his Zoom meeting at 8am. A text from a coworker buzzes on his phone – “Boss just called. The meeting got pushed back until 9.” Tom has an extra hour. And he knows exactly what to do with it.

MANDATORY GEAR – 15.7 minutes – by Emily Hopcian – from Michigan – Short synopsis: Three women and one man challenge history and stereotypes in adventure racing, competing as a reverse co-ed team in Expedition Oregon, North America’s toughest race.

SKI TOGETHER – 8.85 minutes – by Greg O’Connor – from Maine – Short synopsis: Zach McCarthy moved back to Maine from Boston and has found purpose in sharing his love of ski touring with others.

CRAFT – 11.5 minutes – by Mattias Evangelista – from Washington – Short synopsis: Professional skiers, Micah Evangelista and Zack Giffin, have based their lives and careers around the mountains, but it’s their passions off the hill that keep them balanced and grounded.