Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center Great Falls , MT
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Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour in Great Falls
The 8th annual Telluride Mountainfilm Tour of Montana returns this March to Whitefish, Great Falls and Helena. One of the oldest film festivals in the country, Telluride Mountainfilm offers breathtaking beauty, adrenaline action and inspiring stories of adventure. Proceeds to benefit wilderness stewardship projects in The Bob Marshall Wilderness.
Film selections include:
Cascada-- Kayakers travel the Mexican jungles to find unrelenting rain, heinous insects, thick mud, scary viruses and utter perfection in unrivaled waterfalls and powerful rapids in this fast paced paddling adventure.
A New Perspective-- David Lama, youth climbing icon, travels the globe free climbing new heights, including an ascent of the Trango Tower.
Return to the Tepuis-- In this short, science is exotic, exciting and not without a hint of danger on the hunt for endemic tiny toads in the remotest part of Guyana, South America.
Keeper of the Mountains-- Elizabeth Hawley has interviewed thousands of expedition leaders and is a force of nature every bit as impressive and indefatigable as any alpinist, but she has never been interested in joining them on any of the routes that she's come to know in her minds' eye.
Strong-- On the anniversary of a violent avalanche that left Roger Strong and his friends badly injured, Strong returns to ski the Slot Couloir and contemplate the fine balance between risk and passion.
Honor the Treaties-- Aaron Huey brings light to the cause of pain and suffering in the dark world of poverty and violence on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. This evocative and richly textured work has garnered national attention for the Lakota Sioux Indians it portrays.
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center (View)
4201 Giant Springs Road
Great Falls , MT 59405