FMFF Session 2: Human Explorations

Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival:

FMFF Session 2: Human Explorations

Friday, February 15 2019

Doors: 4:00 pm / Show: 4:30 pm

$5.00 - $40.00

Ages 2 & Under - Free

Single session tickets good at Bike Revolution events

FMFF Session 2: Human Explorations
FMFF Session 2: Human Explorations
The Frenchy
Director: Michelle Smith
14 mins, USA, 2018

The inspirational, funny, epic story of the Colorado icon, Jacques “The Frenchy” Houot, an 82-year-old athlete who gets after it non-stop on skis, mountain bike, and the cyclocross race circuit.

Craig’s Reaction
Director: Cameron David Maier
24 mins, USA, 2018

Since a 100 foot fall took his right leg and left him with spinal injuries, climber Craig DeMartino has led one hell of a life, including lauded First Disabled and In-A-Day Ascents on El Capitan. But it’s his day-to-day story that really makes an impact.

Space to Explore
Director: Katherine DuBois
14 mins, USA, 2018

Natalie Panek is an aerospace engineer, a pilot, an influencer, an avid explorer, and has made it to the top 100 of astronaut candidates. Her biggest dream - to be the first to set foot on another planet.

Streetlights of the Universe
In Person: Bryan Nelson
Director: Bryan Nelson
7 mins, USA, 2018

Astronomers prepare to probe the mysteries of dark energy by assembling the largest ever 3D map of the universe.

AMO
Director: Max Lowe
7 mins, Rapa Nui, 2017

Easter Island is a place known the world across in myth and legend, but the people who call it home and the unique culture that they embody is often overlooked as the most valuable piece of the islands estranged story.

The Call of Pashmina
Director: Taira Malaney
16 mins, India, 2018

A Kashmiri man embarks on a journey to become a shepherd and starts the Pashmina Goat Project – an NGO to protect the Changpa community and their goats from the harsh implications of climate change in the region.

Walking the
Colorado Trail
In Person: John Finefrock
Director: John Finefrock
21 mins, USA, 2018

This is an engaging and beautifully shot film that covers all aspects of backpacking the Colorado Trail, interspersed with short episodes from Colorado history.