February 2, 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
The films for Saturday, February 2, are a selection of favorites from the previous nights.
(order of screening confirmed)
The Gimp Monkeys (USA/2012/8 min) Three friends attempt the first all-disabled ascent of Yosemite’s iconic El Capitan.
Ernest (USA/2012/5 min) Meet one of the last of a vanishing breed of mountain men.
Mountains in Motion (USA/2012/10 min) Striking time-lapse photography and an original story bring the Canadian Rockies to center stage.
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
1st Afghan Ski Challenge (Switzerland/2011/17 min) Gutsy first-time skiers in Afghanistan learn to ski through trial by fire. Best Film, Mountain Sports
Flow Hunters (New Zealand/2010/9 min) Adventure and risk in New Zealand’s white water.
The Way Home (USA/2011/9 min) Although our national parks belong to all citizens, too few people of color visit them.
Reel Rock 7: Wide Boyz (USA/2012/12 min) Two crack climbing specialists train hard and play harder. Best Short Mountain Film
Unicorn Sashimi (USA/2012/6 min) A sweet piece of visual and musical poetry, set to Taiko drumming.
On Thin Sea Ice 2 (Norway/2011/2 min) Skating, bathing, and a little vodka.
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 begins with Crossing the Ice and other films.
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.
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