January 29, 2013
- Time 7:00 p.m.
- Location Washington, D.C.
- Price Series Tickets (Tuesday - Friday): $90; Series Tickets (All Five Nights): $112; Each Night: $25
Films for Tuesday, January 29
(order of screening confirmed)
Reel Rock 7: Wide Boyz (USA/2012/12 min) Two crack climbing specialists train hard and play harder. Best Short Mountain Film
5 Races, 5 Continents (South Africa/2011/11 min) The joy, pain, and inspiration of mountain running around the world.
Crossing the Ice (Australia/2012/44 min) Two Australians attempt a perilous, unassisted journey across Antarctica to the South Pole and back again. Grand Prize, People’s Choice Award, and Best Film, Exploration and Adventure
Highway Wilding (Canada/2012/13 min) A short documentary about wildlife and highways.
Gone Curling (New Zealand/2010/25 min) A zealous cast of characters attempt to uphold the sport of curling. Special Jury Mention
On the Road – Skiing the Void (USA/2012/7 min) A skiing expedition in South America.
Flow Hunters (New Zealand/2010/9 min) Adventure and risk in New Zealand’s white water.
Lily Shreds Trailside (USA/2011/4 min) Mountain biking with a radical dog!
1600 M Street, NW
Washington, D.C., US
Telephone: +1 202 857 7700
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The popular festival of films about mountain sports and cultures continues with Mountains in Motion and other films.
The popular festival of films about mountain sports and cultures continues with The Gimp Monkeys and other films.
The popular festival of films about mountain sports and cultures begins with Last of the Great Unknown and other films.
The popular festival of films about mountain sports and cultures concludes with a program of highlights from previous nights.
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