Mountainfilm

11-Year-Old Girl Shatters Climbing Records

Film Screening — Duration: 9 mins

This girl climbs, and she's really really good. —Clark Hopgood, age 6


11-Year-Old Girl Shatters Climbing Records is a part of Mountainfilm's Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.


 

64 mph

Film Screening — Duration: 3 mins

The San Joaquin Couloir is one of Telluride’s most iconic backcountry lines. Greg Hope is one of the town’s best-known rippers. In 64 mph, the two meet for one slough-dodging, high-velocity descent.

Abita

Film Screening — Duration: 4 mins

A beautiful animation about a sad story. —Kitty Holbrooke, age 14


Abita is a part of Mountainfilm's Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show, which screens at Mountainfilm in Telluride in May every year, is available as a stand-alone or add-on show for Mountainfilm on Tour. The films address themes of adventure, environment and culture, and is geared toward kidz of all ages, but especially 6-12.

Damned

Film Screening — Duration: 9 mins

A beaver dreams about building a huge dam, but doesn't think of the consequences. —Raven Hopgood, age 12


Damned is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.

Fear of Flying

Film Screening — Duration: 9 mins

A bird has bad dreams about flying and tries to get over it. —Maia Coe, age 9


Fear of Flying is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.

Light Goes On

Film Screening — Duration: 2 mins

Movies are good. Yeah. —Zoe Cooper, age 2


Light Goes On is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show, which screens at Mountainfilm in Telluride in May every year, is available as a stand-alone or add-on show for Mountainfilm on Tour. The films address themes of adventure, environment and culture, and is geared toward kidz of all ages, but especially 6-12.

Living in a Food Desert

Film Screening — Duration: 5 mins

Program Students in Baltimore talk about food deserts. —Wiley Holbrooke, age 12

Created by students in Wide Angle Youth Media's Baltimore Speaks Out! The youth-producers involved in this project include Ismail Bah, Noah Conn, Elijah Edwards, Latron Fleet Jr, Ean Guralnick, Dejah Johnson, Aminah Mohammed, and Binta Phatty.


Living in a Food Desert is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.

Maple Syrup

Film Screening — Duration: 2 mins

A girl makes maple syrup. —Clark Hopgood, age 6


Maple Syrup is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.

My Happy End

Film Screening — Duration: 6 mins

A dog makes friends with his tail. —Wiley Holbrooke, age 12


My Happy End is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.

Sniffles

Film Screening — Duration: 2 mins

A comic dog. —Maia Coe, age 9


Sniffles is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.

A Toy Train in Space

Film Screening — Duration: 3 mins

A father sends his son's favorite toy train to space and films and tracks its journey. —Wiley Holbrooke, age 12


A Toy Train in Space is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show, which screens at Mountainfilm in Telluride in May every year, is available as a stand-alone or add-on show for Mountainfilm on Tour. The films address themes of adventure, environment and culture, and is geared toward kidz of all ages, but especially 6-12.

The Whale Story

Film Screening — Duration: 4 mins

A beautiful interpretation of the story of a caught whale. —Kitty Holbrooke, age 14


The Whale Story is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show, which screens at Mountainfilm in Telluride in May every year, is available as a stand-alone or add-on show for Mountainfilm on Tour. The films address themes of adventure, environment and culture, and is geared toward kidz of all ages, but especially 6-12.

Wind

Film Screening — Duration: 4 mins

What life would be like with extreme wind. —Raven Hopgood, age 12


Wind is a part of Mountainfilm’s Kidz Kino program, which was curated by a committee of local Telluride kids, who also wrote the synopses. The show — which takes place Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Palm — is free to all passholders and children under 12. $10 tickets are available for the general public.