September 18, 2015 – MOFF with BikeMaine – Kennebunk, Maine – The Waterhouse Center
The Waterhouse Center, Kennebunk, Maine,
4pm to 5pm, FREE
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.
THROUGH THE ARTIST’S EYES – 4 minutes Charles (Stan) Grunder – Kennebunk, ME – While in competition during the 2013 Camden Plein Air paint-out, Camden Falls Gallery represented Aline Ordman shows off her plein air painting skills. Ordman walks the viewer through her process of creating a painting in the field under constantly changing weather conditions and subject matter. As she enters ‘the zone’, a place all artists aspire to reach, Ordman shares her thoughts on doubt, the human condition, and the importance of art.
THE WIND IN OUR HAIR – 20 minutes – Jennifer Hardacker – Oregon – The Wind in Our Hair is a short documentary that celebrates the way bicycling can bring joy, increase selfconfidence, and boost one’s overall sense of wellbeing. The film presents the personal experiences of five women that represent various ages, riding abilities, and backgrounds. Likewise, a chorus of young girls shares how bicycling makes them feel. The film also touches on issues of gender inequality in sport, body image issues, and exercise as a means to combat depression.
MH&T TRAIL CREW – 2 minutes Mercedes Mehling – Stratton, ME – “We are the Trail Crew for Maine Huts & Trails – we maintain over 80 miles of trail system in Carrabassett Valley, Maine. We fix drainage issues, clear trail corridor, chainsaw blowdowns, build bog bridges, and anything else that needs to be done to make an enjoyable hiking and biking experience for our guests.
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.
OUTDOOR FESTIVAL – 4 minutes Joe Radano – Portland, 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’!
WINTER HIKING! – 1.5 minutes Jack Gentempo – Norway, ME – Broke and Stoked entry
SNAPSHOT OF A SKATEPARK – 4 minutes – Tim Ouillette – Portland, ME – Snapshot of of a Skatepark is a film that does just that. It captures the essence of community, freedom, and movement that can be found at any skatepark in any town, any state, in any country. . Snapshot of a skatepark melds documentary style interviews with cinematic actions shots. If you have ever wondered what the allure of skateboarding is, look no further
NDZOU CAMP – 15 minutes – Denise Dragiewicz and Marc Dragiewicz – New Jersey – Filmed in Mozambique, a nation ravaged by deforestation and constant warfare, Ndzou Camp tells the story of a small community determined to protect their elephant population and conserve their natural resources while pursuing tourism as a means of a more sustainable future.
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