September 13, 2024

The Boreal Theater

Millinocket, Maine

Join the Maine Outdoor Film Festival in Millinocket for an evening of outdoor adventure and conservation films shown in the Katahdin Region’s favorite theater.

Date: Friday, September 13, 2024
Time: Doors: 6:30PM, Films: 7PM
Admission: $10
Location: The Boreal Theater
Presented by: The Boreal Theater
Program Notes: The film program will last about two hours.


Scheduled Program:

*Film Program Subject To Change*

THE CURRIER BROOK – 2.5 minutes – by Caleb N.L. Baker – from Maine, WORLD PREMIERE – Short synopsis: This short film is the product of a twelve month process examining the meanderings of a central Maine brook from above.
RIVER MAMMA – 10 minutes – by Sarah Hamilton – from United States – Short synopsis: River Mamma – follows Elisha McArthur – a lifelong raft guide and single mom, and her relationship with her teenage goth daughter, Charlotte, who has no interest in rivers at all. It is an intimate portrait of an eclectic family dynamic, teenage angst, and the way the nature can help a mother and daughter reconnect.
THE DANCE CARD – 12.2 minutes – by Brandon Lavoie – from United States – Short synopsis: A father and his daughter gear up to compete in a unique race known as the Ride & Tie World Championship for the first time in six years. Whether riding their horse, Coda, or running through the woods, this father/daughter duo is determined to set records while strengthening their everlasting bond.
WOLF OF WINGSUIT – 3.68 minutes – by Aaron Garcia – from Australia – Short synopsis: In the beautiful and towering mountains of Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland, a paradise for Wingsuit professionals seeking thrills during the off-season, the lives of two men converge. Avalon, an American Wingsuit pilot, and a Filipino-Australian documentary filmmaker unite to capture Avalon’s audacious quest to leap from the mountainside as many times as humanly possible.
LOST, GOING EAST – 30.42 minutes – by Charlotte Simons, Gen Liu – from New York – Short synopsis: A man jettisons his life in New Hampshire to run across America and find his own way to live.
A SLAM THAT SAVES – 10.98 minutes – by Bene Meadows – from United States, NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE – Short synopsis: In the Appalachians, there are species of bass found nowhere else on Earth. They are genetically-distinct in dire need of help. A community has rallied around them to champion the species. Join Matt and Mary Beth as they attempt to catch a “Redeye Slam” in one day.
ETERNAL FLAME – 26 minutes – by bossard nicolas – from France, MAINE PREMIERE – Short synopsis: Éric Jamet and Antoine Pecher have achieve the feat of jumping from the top of Nameless Tower in Pakistan (6200m) after having climbed the Eternal Flame route, These experiences combine the most beautiful climbing routes in the world with the opening of one of the most beautiful jumps in BASE Jump imaginable.