Mountainfilm on Tour is set to return to Stowe on February 18th at 6pm, bringing with it a collection of inspiring stories that are sure to capture the imagination. From tales of adventure and adrenaline to moving stories of activism and the pursuit of a dream, this event promises to have something for everyone.
The lineup includes a range of fascinating films that showcase the beauty and diversity of the natural world, as well as the incredible individuals who are pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Whether you are a fan of high-octane sports or are simply looking for some inspiration to help you chase your own dreams, you are sure to find something to love at this event.
Leo & Chester tells the story of disillusioned rock-and-roller, Leo Downey, who leaves his life in California behind and becomes a first-generation buffalo rancher. To gain the acceptance of an animal four times stronger than an ox and faster than a horse, he must face his fears and embrace the herd’s gift. Soundscape
features Erik Weihenmayer
, a global adventure athlete and author who is fully blind, as he ascends a massive alpine rock face deep in the Sierra Nevada. Using expert camera work and emotive, novel animation to bring to life a concept by adaptive climbing pioneer Timmy O’Neill
, the film is a surprising and soulful adventure in echolocation, touch and imagination. Tear Down the City
follows mountain biker Xavier Massicotte tear around the streets, stairs, parks and subways of Montreal in a fast-paced, flowy adventure.
Mountainfilm on Tour
hits the road sharing the year’s most inspiring short films with communities worldwide. Mountainfilm on Tour shows are hosted by various organizations, outdoor retailers, schools and universities, theaters, local governments and individuals. Mountainfilm has been on tour since 1999, extending the festival’s reach and delivering inspiring content to audiences around the world. Using the power of film, art and ideas, Mountainfilm inspires audiences to create a better world. Held every Memorial Day weekend, the Mountainfilm festival brings together a community of filmmakers and change makers, showcasing documentary films that celebrate adventure, activism, social justice, environment and indomitable spirit.