Mountainfilm Blog

Mountainfilm's blog has evolved quickly and steadily to become the engine that drives Mountainfilm.org. This steady current of images, words and action carry global news about Mountainfilm themes, issues and personalities. Please join in the conversation, and let us know what you think about the cultural, environmental and socio-political issues and  heroes of adventure and activism that we highlight.

Awareness Into Action: Inception

This is the first of a series of posts documenting two ordinary folks attempting to get out there and do good. Over the next few months, we’ll follow them through the setbacks and triumphs of their endeavor to take the inspiration of Mountainfilm and turn it into something tangible.

Environmentalists Considered Enemies of the State

The Department of Homeland Security in Pennsylvania has been tracking groups and events -- such as a screening of MF10 official selection Gasland -- as  enemies of the state. Really? Yes, really. Check out this blog, and the embedded video.

Alex Beard featured on CBS Sunday Morning

2010 Mountainfilm poster artist, Alex Beard, will have his art and his studio featured on CBS Sunday Morning on August 29. Click Here for more details.

MountainSummit Photos on Facebook

We've published a number of photos from MountainSummit in Aspen. Check them out here.

The Tiger Published TODAY - Exclusive Reading in Aspen

If you haven't read The Golden Spruce by John Vaillant, rush out the door today and get a copy. It's amazing. And while you're at it, you might as well grab his new book, The Tiger, which hits book stores TODAY. And while you're at it, you should come and see John Vaillant read sections from the gripping non-fiction account of an enormous bloodthirsty tiger that stalked a man IN PERSON. John will be joining us for Mountainfilm in Aspen on Friday evening. Buy tickets here.

Update on Recent Pitch Story

In the recent edition of Pitch, we mentioned John Harlin's expedition. As it turns out, John was evacuated about a month ago. Arlene Burns sent us the following note: john harlin fell 9 days into his swiss borderline hike/climb, was very lucky to live but broke both feet and was helicopter evacuated from the face (about a month ago) he intends to continue the journey next year (if his wife lets him!)

Mountainfilm in Aspen Opening Night Film

Join Mountainfilm in Aspen at the Wheeler Opera House next week for Mountain Summit! We've got a weekend full of programs and events, a distillation of the annual festival in Telluride. The opening film is Gasland, with director Josh Fox in person. Buy tickets for Gasland here or link to the entire program here.

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