Sugarloaf Homecoming – 10/8/16

MOFF at Sugarloaf Homecoming

10/8/2016 6:45PM

The Beach at Sugarloaf

5092 Access Rd, Carrabassett Valley, Maine 04947

Free for Sugarloafers

Bring a blanket and a chair!
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Directed by: Steve Underwood – Scarborough, Maine – Run Time: 4 minutes

Synopsis: Maine’s rivers, lakes and ponds provide a plethora of opportunity for underwater photography expression.


tumbling up tumbledownTUMBLING UP TUMBLEDOWN

Directed by: Abigail Bennett – Oxford- Run Time: 1 minute

Synopsis: A video using GoPro footage from my family’s day trip up and down Tumbledown Mountain.

flyfishing nuancesFLY FISHING NUANCES

Directed by: Alex Poland – Oxford – Run Time: 2 minutes

Synopsis: A film about the small things that make fly fishing with family and friends unforgettable!

Directed by: Ken Hess in partnership with Make A Wish Maine. – Maine – Run Time: 8 minutesSynopsis: Brain cancer didn’t stop Wish Kid Morgan from designing the treehouse of her dreams.


Directed by: Claire Harbage – Maine – United States – Run Time: 5 minutes

Synopsis: A woman coming to terms with her experience of being stranded in the ocean.




Directed by: Jim Pattiz, Will Pattiz – United States – Run Time: 5 minutes

Synopsis: MTJP | Acadia is the culmination of several weeks spent exploring Acadia National Park during peak fall color. This film is, in part, a celebration of Acadia’s upcoming centennial. It is dedicated to renowned philanthropist and conservationist George Dorr. Sculpted by Glaciers and landscaped by beavers, Acadia is full of wonderfully unique features. Rounded mountains, tranquil ponds, rocky coastline, & some of the most beautiful trails in the world comprise this marvelous wonder.


Directed by: Mike McVey – Millinocket – Run Time: 4 minutes


Directed by: Joel Osgood – Maine, United States – Run Time: 27 minutes

Synopsis: Joel Osgood and his brother Moksha visit Maine’s lesser known, smaller ski mountains and in between hitting the slopes, interviews the hill owners and long time locals. This is a big-hearted project that shines a light on community, family, and healthy outdoor recreation.