Telluride Mountainfilm

Educating & Inspiring since 1979


Telluride Mountainfilm is an annual festival, a worldwide toura diverse community and a champion for change.

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May 22-25, 2015 / Telluride, Colorado

Annual Festival

Started in 1979, Telluride Mountainfilm is one of America’s longest-running film festivals. Mountainfilm is dedicated to educating, inspiring and motivating audiences about issues that matter, cultures worth exploring, environments worth preserving, adventures worth pursuing and conversations worth sustaining.

Purchase Passes Submit a Film

Submit a Film: We're currently accepting film submissions. Don't be shy: Submit your labor of love before February 6 to be considered for the 2015 festival.

World Tour

Mountainfilm on Tour: Year-round and worldwide, we take a selection of festival films on the road.

About the Tour Upcoming Tour Shows Host a Tour

Upcoming Tour Shows

Mountainfilm travels year-round and worldwide with a selection of current and best-loved films from the festival archives. 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 called upon often by nonprofit organizations to be part of fundraising events.

Full Tour Schedule Host a Tour Show
When Venue Location
Jan 25 2015
Trustees Theater
Savannah, Georgia, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Jan 30 – 31 2015
Wendy Williamson Auditorium
Anchorage, Alaska, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Feb 6 – 8 2015
Throckmorton Theatre
Mill Valley, California, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Feb 8 2015
McMurdo Station
McMurdo Station, Antarctica
Feb 12 2015
Lensic Theater
Santa Fe, New Mexico, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Feb 13 – 14 2015
ASUNM Southwest Film Center
Albuquerque, New Mexico, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Feb 18 – 22 2015
Frozen River Film Festival
Winona, Minnesota, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Feb 18 2015
Berry College
Mt. Berry, Georgia, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Feb 20 – 21 2015
Asia Society Texas Center
Houston, Texas, US Purchase Tickets More Details
Feb 21 2015
Seeley Lake Elementary School
Seeley Lake, Montana, US

News & Views

Mountainfilm is more than simply a festival or world tour, it's a community. We follow the folks featured in the festival long after their Mountainfilm appearance and interact with our audience members in the real and virtual worlds. The News & Views section of our website features news on issues, themes and personalities we hold dear and also includes opportunities for views into Mountainfilm's past, present and future with videos, photo galleries, festival archives and more.

Mountainfilm News Watch Mountainfilm Image Gallery Festival Archives

Dr. Theo Colborn
December 18, 2014

Dear Theo Colborn

Theo Colburn, an environmental health analyst who was best known for her studies on the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals, died on December 14, 2014. Theo was featured in the films "Dear Gover

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Mountainfilm Website
January 9, 2015

New Year, New Look

With the launch of a new year, we’re launching a new website. The old website was great, but with larger monitors, more devices, and new ways of navigating the cyber world, it was time to upgrade. T

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Initiatives + Grants

While the annual festival and world tour occupy a lot of Telluride Mountainfilm’s focus and energy, they are not all that we do. These initiatives also inspire us throughout the year.

Current Initiatives

Commitment Grants

We are committed to help creative individuals tell stories that represent the spirit of the Mountainfilm festival. Grants are awarded to filmmakers, photographers, artists and adventurers whose projects are intended to move audiences to action on issues that matter.

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The Next Step

Mountainfilm is dedicated to educating and inspiring audiences, but there is another motivation underlying our mission: We want to help promote action toward positive change. One way to do that is to facilitate involvement between our audiences and the causes that are espoused by our filmmakers and presenters.

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