(Jacqueline Goss, 2011, USA, 16mm, 69 min)
Saturday, Jun 09 at 08:00PM
New Hampshire's Mt. Washington, weather data has been recorded every hour since 1932. Known for its extremes, the storied mountain becomes the starting point for filmmaker Jaqueline Goss' new work. Shot without dialogue, it follows a modern-day crew of scientists and the challenges, triumphs and poetry they discover while living at the top of the windiest mountain on earth.
Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122