FMFF Session 4: Family Program

Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival Presents:

FMFF Session 4: Family Program

Saturday, February 16 2019

Doors: 9:30 am / Show: 10:00 am


This event is all ages

Ages 2 & Under - Free

Single session tickets good at Bike Revolution events

FMFF Session 4: Family Program
FMFF Session 4: Family Program
Wild Ice: Backcountry Skating in Alaska
Directors: Cale Green & Paxson Woelber
3 mins, USA, 2017

“Wild Ice” features nordic bladers, hockey players, figure skaters, and a few adventurous puppies, hunting for wild ice, whether on on a river, lake, glacial lagoon, or inside an ice cave.

The Mountain’s Shadow
Director: Jerry Auld
5 mins, Canada, 2018

A young mountaineer races against a swift challenger to claim a dangerous first ascent.

Director: Jan van IJken
6 mins, Netherlands, 2018

The first stages of embryonic development are roughly the same for all animals, including humans. In the film, we can observe a universal process which normally is invisible: the very beginning of an animal’s life.

Dear Mr. President
In Person: James Q Martin
Director: James Q Martin
5 mins, USA, 2017

In its effort to mobilize the outdoor sports community against climate change, Protect Our Winters (POW) have collected thousands of letters from our youth around the country. This film documents a few of these letters.

Funny Fish
Director: Krishna Chandran A. Nair
7 mins, France / Switzerland, 2017

In the middle of the ocean, a school of fish comes to the rescue of a red fish floating on the surface of the water. They try to do everything they can to help it come back into the water and breathe, unaware that its in fact a balloon.

I Want to Live in the Zoo
Director: Evgenia Golubeva
6 mins, Russia, 2017

Sasha struggles at home. Her parents expect her to tidy up her room, eat porridge and do homework. Sasha decides that life in the zoo sounds much more interesting! She heads off to try and find her place among a bunch of penguins or maybe giraffes?

Director: Julia Ocker
4 mins, Germany, 2018

The little anglerfish has to go to bed. But the deep waters are full of threatening creatures.

Skier vs. Drone
Director: Mike Douglas
4 mins, Canada, 2018

2018 Olympic Bronze Medalist skier racer, Victor Muffat-Jeandet, faces of against 2x World Drone Racing Champion, Jordan Temkin, in a dual GS race to see who is the fastest down the mountain.

The Last Straw
Directors: Paul Perreault & Pine Forest Charter School Students
4 mins, USA, 2017

A brave extra-terrestrial is determined to save Earth and its oceans. He takes a few of Earth’s creatures on a time-travel journey to a possible 2050 to illustrate what the world’s oceans might look like if behavior remains unchanged.