Mountainfilm on Tour

MountainFilm on Tour

October 06, 2019

This event occurred as part of the 19/20 Hop Film season. This is an archived view.

An evening of culturally rich, adventure-packed and engaging short films, inspiring audiences to create a better world.


Mountainfilm on Tour brings a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and incredibly inspiring documentary films curated from the Mountainfilm festival held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride, Colorado. Tonight's program is another diverse collection of tales from far-flung locales. As usual, incredible sequences of mountain biking, climbing and extreme skiing are interspersed with poignant stories of singular people doing remarkable things.

Some highlights from this program:

A Grand Journey
Kira Brazinski's prosthetic leg has never slowed her down. When skiing ended due to injury, she set her sights on something even bigger!


Brotherhood of Skiing
For nearly 50 years, African-American ski clubs across the US unite in annual summits filled with dance parties, camaraderie and kids!


Cracking Ice Ceilings
Armed with ice axes and crampons, indigenous Bolivian women (cholitas) quietly subvert the culture of machismo in their reach for the summit.

Detroit Hives
Honeybees lead the charge in the fight against urban blight in Motor City as a growing community movement is resurrecting abandoned lots with flourishing beehives.

Mission Dolomites
French freerider Kilian Bronfaces impossibly tight turns, hair-raising exposure and no room for error in the unforgiving Dolomites.

Photo Vagabond: A Yeti Tribe Story
Photographer Dan Milner cycles from Alpine valleys to scorching Ethiopian villages in search of the perfect image. 

R.A.W. Tuba
 "I like the tuba because it reminds me of my life, it's the underdog." Fueled by talent and sheer drive, Richard Antoine White overcame every odd to become a world-class musician and professor. 

The Litas
A 5,000-strong global women's motorcycle collective, The Litas is focused on building local communities of women from all walks of life who share the love for two wheels.

The Mystery of Now
Apache Skateboards has transformed the youth culture of Arizona's San Carlos Reservation by igniting creative expression, agency and pride among its youth culture.

The Running Pastor
A Lutheran pastor finds peace and spiritual refuge running the trails of his beloved Faroe Islands.


Mountainfilm educates and inspires audiences and motivates individuals and communities to advance solutions for a livable world. To learn more about the festival, visit

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