Mountainfilm on Tour Celebrates Indomitable Spirit
On Wednesday, December 13th at the historic Ellen Theatre, Bozeman Film Society is proud to present Mountainfilm on Tour, a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and incredibly inspiring short documentary films selected from the 2017 Mountainfilm Festival held in Telluride, Colorado. A benefit for Mountainfilms’ nonprofit partner, dZi Foundation*, this exciting program will explore themes connected to the Mountainfilm mission—using the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.
Curated just for Bozeman, the evening’s program includes Commitment Grant Winner The Last Honey Hunter (Director: Ben Knight, Cinematographer: Renan Ozturk), Where the Wild Things Play (Director: Krystle Wright), and A Field Guide to Losing Your Friends (Director: Chad Clendinen, Writer: Tyler Dunning), plus nine more award-winning film shorts guaranteed to inspire you!
The evening’s Emcee is dZi Foundation founder and president Jim Nowak, with special guest and Bozemanite Tyler Dunning, author & subject of A Field Guide to Losing Your Friends. Additional support for Mountainfilm on Tour is provided by Spire Climbing Center, Owenheouse-Ace Hardware and Crazy Mountain Outdoor Company.
Reserved tickets: $15.00/All (plus fees) available online at www.thellentheatre.com, in person at the box office, or by calling 585-5885. The Ellen Theatre lobby opens at 6:00 pm for concession and bar; seating begins at 6:30 pm, program begins at 7:00 pm. Not rated (some films contain adult-language and mature content) the program runs 158 minutes. Visit www.bozemanfilmsociety.org for more information — “Keep ‘Em Flickering!”
*The dZi Foundation works hand-in-hand with remote Himalayan communities to address their needs in health, education, and sustainable community development.
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