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Stowe Mountain Film Festival presented by Acabay

Friday October 25 and Saturday October 26

Join us for inspiring documentary short films in the broad categories of adventure, sports, environment and culture, which reflect the interests of the Stowe community spirit, and celebrates local adventure and adventurers! These events are presented in partnership with the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum.

The Festival launches on Friday, October 25 with an education program being offered at People’s Academy, Morrisville led by Mountainfilm on Tour out of Telluride Colorado.

Friday, October 25
Stowe Mountain Film Festival kicks off with Return To Earth by Anthill Films – a celebration of mountain biking.  For details, click HERE.  The evening continues with the final chapter of annual films by Level 1, Romance, which captures the modern-day Golden Age in skiing.  Featuring a generation of talent that came of age in the best time to ever do it. Tweaking the formula, tweaking the grab, and in it for nothing but the love!  For more details on this film click HERE.
Tickets:  $10 all general admission tickets / Kids 12 and under are free.

 

   Saturday, October 26

Spruce Peak Arts presents Mountainfilm on Tour
Join us for two screenings featuring inspiring documentary short films in the broad categories of adventure, sports, environment and culture.  All the films reflect the interests of the Stowe community spirit, and celebrate every local adventure and adventurer in our towns!

The 3 p.m. screening includes films on topics as varied as skiing, climbing, mountain biking, wild horses, and ecology.
Tickets: $20 adults, $10 students and seniors / Kids 12 and under are free.

The 7 p.m. screening feature films on topics including mountaineering, boarding, running, activism, and biking.  We’ll also have two very special VIP guests in attendance – Simon Perkins (Director) and Jon Wilson (subject), of Broken which will be part of the Saturday 7pm screening.  Jon Wilson lost a leg to cancer at 23.  He found joy some years later by developing a solitary routine of skinning and climbing up a ski mountain on his remaining leg, at night, to ski down. Wilson wrote and narrates this tone poem about perseverance and the unexpected gift that came from having been “broken.” Following screening of the film there will be a brief Q&A with Simon and Jon.
Tickets:  $20 adults, $10 students and seniors / Kids 12 and under are free for all screenings.

Passes:
Get a VIP experience with an All Access pass. Passholders receive tickets to all screenings and an invitation to a private VIP reception at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday to meet the VIP guests, Simon Perkins and Jon Wilson, in a more intimate setting with a chance to learn more about them, their film, and their work. Festival passes are $75 for adults and $25 for kids 12 and under.

Click here for full bios of our VIPs and the line-up of films.

Sponsors:

Deborah and Ron Feinstein
 
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