October 23: 7:30pm: Maine Outdoor Film Fest
Ogunquit Family Event
Maine Outdoor Film Festival at the Leavitt Theatre Ogunquit, Maine, Thursday October 23, 2014
Box office opens at 6:30. Films begin at 7:30 pm. Cash only at the box office on the day of or buy advance online before at maineoutdoorfilm.com. $9 for adults/$7 seniors
Films will be played in Full HD. Schedule subject to change.
For more info visit MOFF’s website at www.maineoutdoorfilm.com or the MOFF facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/TheMaineOutdoorFilmFestival
United We Ski 35 minutes Vermont
Celebrating skiing as a community thing, this film takes us to a half dozen rope tow hills in Vermont. Beyond the rope tow and the sense of community, it’s six very different stories.
Une balade à la mer (A ride towards the sea) 3 minutes France
An animated everyman goes on a quest to the sea, without dialog or melodramatic music. A thoughtful naturalistic land and soundscape in a quirky morality tale.
Desert Ice 12 minutes Colorado
Jesse Huey and Scott Adamson climb into the high-desert slot canyons of Southwest Utah in search of what some are calling the best water-ice discovery in the last 20 years.
Baritone 5 minutes Belgium
A soothing short featuring a man walking with through the woods while listening to music.
Fathoms of Consciousness 4 minutes New York
Thoughts from the inner workings of a lifetime waterman – We dive deep to find our passions and how they shape not only us as people, but the way we view the world around us.
Bounce, this is not a freestyle movie 4 minutes Quebec
For two years now, the filmmaker was lucky enough to visit a few countries with a soccer ball as a faithful companion. Along the journey, it experienced sand, grass, concrete and snow, and bounced back.
Alegria – A Humanitarian Expedition 28 minutes Switzerland
Supporting leprosy patients and mentally destitute women, Christoph von Toggenburg cycled 3200km on the world’s highest tracks pulling a 40kg trailer packed with survival gear. The story of an epic solo expedition across the Himalaya that changed the life of hundreds of people in need.
Unlimited 9 minutes Oregon
This documentary short explores what adventure means to Ed, a paraplegic, as he has the chance to kayak and cross-country ski after years of feeling limited by his disability.
The Steep Life: Chugach 11.5 minutes Valdez, AK/Portland, ME
Alaska, where Dean Cummings makes legendary first descents utilizing important safety protocols.
Total Running Time: 112 minutes not including intermission
Proceeds from MOFF go to Teens To Trails – nonprofit which engages teens in the outdoors by promoting, supporting & helping to start high school Outing Clubs. https://www.facebook.com/TeensToTrails
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