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Mountainfilm on Tour Southampton
Southampton Arts Center
Southampton, NY
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General Admission $15.00 ($16.74 w/service fee)
Friends of SAC $12.00 ($13.59 w/service fee)
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General Admission $25.00 ($27.24 w/service fee)
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Mountainfilm on Tour Southampton
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2019

Presented by Elyn & Jeff Kronemeyer and  Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons.

Participating Sponsors: Paula Angelone & Jerry Rosengarten


Mountainfilm on Tour Southampton returns to SAC for the fifth consecutive year, using the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.

Friday, 9/6  7 PM  $15 ($12 for Friends of SAC)
Saturday, 9/7  6 PM Filmmakers Reception followed by  7 PM Films  $25 ($20 for Friends of SAC)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 FILMS:

Life of Pie Directed by Ben Knight, Travis Rummel
It wasnt long ago that the small Colorado town of Fruita was solely a hub of agriculture and oil and gas development. But singletrack shredders and pizza chefs Jen Zeuner and her partner Anne Keller have helped to transform the high-desert town into a mountain biking hotspot with their Hot Tomato Café. It wasnt always easy  some residents of conservative Fruita werent quite ready for their lifestyle at indispensable members of the community and turned the Hot Tomato into the living room of the Grand Valleys outdoor recreation industry. (USA, 2019, 12 min)

(People) of Water Directed by Forest Woodward
Following an attempt to break the Grand Canyon speed record  chronicled in The Time Travelers (Mountainfilm 2017)  the U.S. Mens Raft Team continues to explore the limits of what can be done on water. This time, they turn their focus to outrigger canoeing  an ancient form of travel with its own sets of rites, history and cultures.Told through team member Rob Prechtl, (people) of water follows the rafters as they delve into this rhythmic,
spiritual and age-old form of connection  discovering that its much more than a means of travel. (USA, 2019, 23 min.)

Grizzly Country Directed by Ben Moon
During his time as a Green Beret medic in the Vietnam War, eco-warrior and author Doug Peacock looked at a map of the Montana and Wyoming wilderness for comfort. He vowed that if he got out alive, he would go see those wild places for himself. Peacock not only visited, but spent years in solitude there, filming his only companions  grizzly bears. The man who inspired The Monkey Wrench Gangs iconic character George Washington Hayduke has made it his lifes work to save the habitat of these majestic animals, who remind us that humans place is not at the top of the food chain. (USA, 2018, 12 min.)

Detroit Hives Directed by Palmer Morse, Rachel Weinberg
Honeybees lead the charge in Tim Paule and Nicole Lindseys fight against urban blight in Detroit. Their fast growing Detroit Hives has resurrected seven of the citys approximately 90,000 abandoned lots by setting up
flourishing beehives. With Detroits more than 2,000 registered hives, the couple are part of a growing community movement. They built their first apiary on a lot purchased for $340 in partnership with Detroit Land Banks. As Nicole says, you dont have to have a million dollars in your bank account to start an idea. (USA, 2019, 6 min)

Tenaya Creek Kayak Run Directed by Dane Jackson
Yosemite isnt just for climbing anymore. Consider this a world class kayaking destination for outrageous creeks and water freaks. (USA, 2018, 3 min)

Sacred Strides Directed by Forest Woodward, Anna Callaghan, Marie Sullivan

Southeastern Utahs canyons are the ancestral home of several Native American tribes. So when the Trump administration slashed the area protected by the designation of Bears Ears National Monument, it wasnt just a blow to public lands  it was an affront to the tribes sacred history. In March 2018, runners from the Hopi, Navajo, Ute and Ute Mountain Ute tribes ran relay style, on four routes that eventually converged near the rock spine of Comb Ridge. The run was not only a show of support for Bears Ears, but a way to reconnect to the land and heal their relationships with each other. (USA 2018 13 min)

Safe Haven Directed by Tim Kressin
Inner-city Memphis is not the likeliest setting for an enormous rock climbing gym. But since it opened in March 2018, Memphis Rox, the nations only nonprofit climbing gym  open to all, regardless of ability to pay  has proven that the challenges of technical climbing have strong appeal, and can provide benefits well beyond the traditional outdoor-recreation community. (USA, 2018, 8 min.)

R.A.W. Tuba Directed by Darren Durlach, David Larson
I like the tuba because it reminds me of my life, its the underdog. Thats Richard Antoine White, whose biography reads like a manual in how to overcome odds. White grew up intermittently homeless on the streets of Baltimore, and went on to become a world-class symphony musician, professor and the first African American in the world to receive a Doctorate in Music for Tuba Performance. Hes got music in him, yes. But hes also got a drive rarely seen, even in the most competitive artistic circles. As he puts it, the only thing that will stop me from being successful is death. (USA, 2019, 29 min.

All In: Alaska Heli Skiing Directed by Scott Gaffney
Tune in for a tutorial on how to absolutely shred Alaskan spines. (USA, 2018, 4 min.)

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 FILMS

Mission Dolomites Directed by Killian Bron
French freerider Kilian Bron takes his mountain bike on a via ferrata in the Dolomites, where he faces impossibly tight turns, hair-raising exposure and massive consequences for the smallest error in line choice. No you didnt, Kilian Bron. Yes, he did. (France, 2018, 6 min.)

Lazarus - Directed by David Darg
Lazarus documents the real risks that people with Albinism in Malawi live with each day, as kidnapping and murders take place because of the unfounded beliefs in the power. Lazarus is quickly becoming a leader in the movement towards change with people with Albinism, garnering support from the United Nations, Amnesty International, OXFAM, The US Ambassador in Malawi, and people in the music and film industry rallying behind
Lazarus to end the killing and violence toward people with Albinism. Jágralama Directed by Marek Partys In the high steppe of Little Tibet, a young boy develops an unlikely obsession: ice hockey. He fashions pucks out of stones, trains on homemade skates and worships Czech hockey icon Jaromír Jágr. And he has his heart set on an outsized dream. (Czech Republic, 2018, 2 min.)

Dawa Directed by Anna Callaghan
At age 9, Dawa Yangzum Sherpa told her teacher she wanted to climb Mount Everest. It may have seemed improbable then, but shes long smashed notions of whats probable. The first woman from Nepals Rolwaling Valley (home to 70 notable male climbers) certified by the International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations, Dawa is one of only about 100 women among IFMGAs nearly 7,000 guides. Who I am now is just because I climb, Dawa says modestly, as images of peaks she has summited flash on screen  K2, Yala Peak, Lobuche, Chekigo, Kanchenjunga, Cho-Oyu, Ama Dablam  and, of course, Everest. (USA, 2018, 3 min.)

Ashes to Ashes Directed by Taylor Rees
America has yet to heal from the trauma of its darkest era, and Winfred Rembert is living proof of that. Rembert, who lived on a plantation, joined the civil rights movement as a teen and was put to work on a chain gang, is a rare survivor of a lynching attempt. Decades later, he still carries the scars. That lynching is on my back, and its dragging me down, even today, he says. As he etches the history, bloodsoaked and cruel, into leatherwork, fellow artist Dr. Shirley Jackson Whitaker organizes a different kind of ceremony to search for healing. Its not just black history, she says. This is American history. (USA, 2019, 26 min.)

Sweetheart Dancers Directed by Ben-Alex Dupris

Sean and Adrian, a Two-Spirit couple are determined to rewrite the rules of Native American culture through their participation in the 'Sweetheart Dance.' This celebratory contest is held at powwows across the country, primarily for men and women couples, until now. (USA 14 min)

The Wild Inside Directed by Andrew Michael Ellis
Saying goodbye to an animal  its hard, says Chris, who is leaving Florence, Ariz. State Prison after serving a sixyear sentence. Hes one of 30 minimum-security participants in the prisons pioneering Wild Horse Inmate Program, working five days a week to gentle the wild mustangs, which are saved from slaughter. Training them as saddle horses keeps recidivism at bay in Arizona, where inmates face a 49 percent chance of reincarceration within five years. Since 2012, only three of the prisons 53 WHIP trainers are back behind bars. (USA, 2019, 15 min.)

Coming in Hot Directed by Roberta Mancino, Sebastian Alvarez
As Roberta Mancino shows us, apparently its not enough to just jump out of planes anymore. (Chile, 2016, 2 min)

MOUNTAINFILM ON TOUR

Mountainfilm travels year-round and worldwide with a selection of current and best-loved films from the annual festival in Telluride. We present both single-event and multi-day shows, hosted by a wide array of organizations, including schools and colleges, corporations, community groups and theater operators. We are regularly called on by nonprofit organizations to be part of fundraising events. Each year, we select the best short films from our annual festival and make them available to our hosts to select for their shows. Our fee-based structure gives local organizers the ability to set ticket prices, sell local sponsorship packages and conduct raffles to achieve financial and fundraising goals. Each show is emceed by a Mountainfilm presenter who guides the audience through the program, often sharing personal stories from his or her interactions with the filmmaker or the film's subjects.

Location

Southampton Arts Center (View)
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968
United States


Categories

Film > Festivals

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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