Mountainfilm On Tour 2018
Saturday, November 3
Cook Memorial Theater
Program One 3:30 – 5:30 pm
Program Two 7:00 – 9:00 pm
SouthCoast Film Forum brought back Mountainﬁlm to the New Bedford Whaling Museum Theater on Saturday, November 3. This one-day, two-part festival of short documentaries featured culturally rich and inspiring ﬁlms on climate change, agriculture, the migration of people and birds, and outdoor adventures.
Founded in 1979 and based in Telluride Colorado, Mountainﬁlm is one of America’s longest-running ﬁlm festivals. Celebrating people, art, stories, and ideas, it uses the power of ﬁlm to inspire audiences to create a better world. The annual festival tour goes to over 160 cities around the globe.
Last year’s two-part show in New Bedford was a sellout success, and enthusiastically received. Each program featured different ﬁlms, and for the most immersive and rewarding experience, attending both sessions was suggested.
An intermission between programs featured a reception in the lobby with a cash bar and snacks or the opportunity to step out for a meal at one of many local restaurants.
CLICK HERE to view the schedule and learn about each film.
Mountainfilm on Tour/New Bedford was presented by the non-profit SouthCoast Film Forum in partnership with the New Bedford Whaling Museum and the Buzzards Bay Coalition.