Mountainfilm: Passes Selling Out & More!

Mountainfilm: Passes Selling Out & More!

The 42nd annual Mountainfilm Festival in Telluride, Memorial Weekend, May 22 – May 25, is honored to announce that Academy Award-winning filmmaker Louie Psihoyos will be guest director.

Passes for the 2020 festival are selling out. Say goodbye to the Q. Call 970-728-4123, ext. 12 or email here with questions.

Go here for more about Mountainfilm’s Symposium on “Visionaries” and guest director Psihoyos.

Festival passes are going fast

Passes for the 2020 festival are selling faster than ever. Early Bird Palmyra passes are sold out, and Fitzroys and Six Packs are almost gone. Here’s what Mountainfilm has left:

• Patron: Still available
• Ama Dablam: Still available
• Palmyra (Regular Priced): Less than 500
• Fitzroy: Less than 100
• Six Packs: Less than 100

The 2020 festival is shaping up to be full of inspiring films, visionary guests, and memorable events. If you haven’t purchased your pass yet, the only question is: What are you waiting for?

Passes & E-tickets

New this year! Passes will now include a select number of e-tickets, depending on the pass level you purchase. E-tickets give you the option to reserve a spot in a program of your choice. That means less time waiting in lines and more time seeing the programs you want.

No worries Patron passholders. You will still get priority entry to all events and theaters, which means no waiting in line and no e-tickets required.

E-ticket FAQ.

Mountainfilm News

Film submissions close February 3

Mountainfilm is now accepting film submissions for the 2020 festival. The final deadline to submit is Monday, February 3.

You will need a FilmFreeway account to submit your project to be considered for the 42nd annual festival. Before you submit, visit our festival listing page on FilmFreeway for submission guidelines, and check out the 2019 festival films and award winners.

Submit a film.

Volunteer applications open late January

How does Mountainfilm transform the tiny alpine hamlet of Telluride, Colorado, into a world-class documentary film extravaganza? Volunteers! For each festival, Mountainfilm relies on the true grit and devotion of 250 plus volunteers from around the planet. Who can volunteer? Anyone 18 years or older and willing to smile endlessly, get his or her hands dirty, problem solve, work hard, and commit to an unforgettable four-day weekend

In exchange for approximately 20 hours of work, volunteers receive a Palmyra Pass, which includes access to the Moving Mountains Symposium and entry to the Closing Picnic & Awards Ceremony.

Volunteer info.

Symposium to spotlight Visionaries

Each year, Mountainfilm serves as a gathering place for people from around the globe who come to share their passion, ideas, and stories to inspire action. As is traditional, the festival kicks off with a meeting of the minds at the Moving Mountains Symposium. The 2020 symposium will welcome and illuminate the topic of “Visionaries.”

“Visionaries are people who are thinking about and planning for the future with wisdom and optimism,” said Festival Director Suzan Beraza. “A visionary brings hope and creative solutions for how we can move forward to a more sustainable world.”

Read more.

Let’s create a better world

It is only through generous contributions that Mountainfilm can continue to use the power of film, art, and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.

Your support truly makes a difference and helps us sustain our outreach beyond the festival through our worldwide tour, student programs, Commitment Grants, and Emerging Filmmaker Fellowship.

Every little bit helps, become a donor today.

Donate here.

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