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Friday, January 17 • 7:00pm - 9:15pm
Where The Wild Things Keep Playing | Broken | North Country | Life of Pie | Gone Tomorrow - The Story of Kentucky Ice Climbing | Feel of Vision | Naretoi (Women Empowering Women)

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Friday Evening, Miners Foundry Osborn/Woods

Where The Wild Things Keep Playing
Krystle Wright | 2019 | 4 min
This is an ode to the athlete who relishes in getting dirty, who chuckles after a long day in the mountains, effortlessly glides through the crystal clear waves and most importantly, is unapologetic in pursuing their love of getting rowdy in adventures. Director Krystle Wright brings this next installment since the wild things never stopped playing.

Simon Perkins | 2019 | 7 min
Jon Wilson struggled with the emotions of feeling broken after losing his leg to cancer. Today, crutching up and skiing down mountains at night serves as a backdrop for him to explore, accept, and embrace the idea of "brokenness", leading to a more sincere, genuine and honest connection with life.

North Country
Nick Martini, Stept Studios, Anthony Lahout, Mattias Evangelista, Cam Riley | 2019 | 21 min
In the White Mountains of Northern New Hampshire, Lahout's Country Store has remained open 365 days a year since 1920. North Country tells a timeless short story of the American dream and the family that put a community on skis.

Life of Pie
Ben Knight, Travis Rummel | 2019 | 11 min
In 2002, mountain bikers and entrepreneurs Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller moved to Fruita, Colorado, in search of cheap rent, world-class single track, and free time to ride. Over 15 years later, the two unconventional women have helped reshape one of the state’s most conservative towns, uniting the community through advocacy, inclusivity, and damn good pizza.

Gone Tomorrow - The Story of Kentucky Ice Climbing
Mike Wilkinson | 2019 | 20 min
This adventure documentary will take you for a bourbon-fueled ride deep into the bushy hollers of Appalachia with a crew of harmless misfits as they race to search out and climb new ice routes before they're gone, with a few surprises along the way.

Feel of Vision
ucker Gragg, Austin Gardner, Kevin Weaver, Ben Frazier, Matt Dillman | 2018 | 26 min
In 1997, Lonnie Bedwell lost his eyesight in a brutal hunting accident. Lonnie's faith in most basic abilities was shaken and depression started to weigh heavy on his life. Eventually, Lonnie came across a kayak and fell in love with the challenge of white water. The rest is history as Lonnie set off for the west and became the first blind man to take on the 226 miles of the Colorado River.

Naretoi (Women Empowering Women)
Kelsey Doyle, Katie Sugarman | 2019 | 27 min
Maasai live as pastoralists in a deeply traditional, patriarchal, polygamous culture that still practices early arranged marriage and female circumcision. Naretoi (women empowering women in KiMaasai) follows a team of Maasai and American women on a self-supported expedition to the summit of Mt. Kenya. The women overcome many barriers to collectively conquer the mountain and empower each other in the process.

Session sponsored by Wobb Family 

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Sarah Harrison

Featured, Naretoi
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Katie Sugarman

Co-Director, Co-Producer, Naretoi
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Kelsey Doyle

Co-Director, Co-Producer, Naretoi

Friday January 17, 2020 7:00pm - 9:15pm PST
Osborn-Woods, Miners Foundry Cultural Center