Mountain Film 2022: New Line on Lines, Short Wait If Your Get Your Pass & Reserve Programs Now!

Mountain Film 2022: New Line on Lines, Short Wait If Your Get Your Pass & Reserve Programs Now!

The stoke is at an all-time high as Mountainfilm returns to an in-person festival over Memorial Day weekend, May 26 – May 30, in Telluride followed by After the Fest Online, May 31 – June 7. This year Mountainfilm 2022 boasts 128 films, including 23 world premieres, plus gifted guest speakers such as James Balog, Rick Ridgeway and Dr. Nalini M. Nadkarni. Memorial Weekend marks Mountainfilm’s first fully in-person Fest since 2019

Passes for both the in-person festival and After the Fest Online are now available for purchase here.

The full schedule is here.

Go here for more on Mountainfilm.

Jason Merritt

Jason Merritt is Mountainfilm’s Tour Director. And, like the entire Mountainfilm team, he is focused on a positive experience for all attendees.

To that end:

“In response to festival surveys and attendee feedback over the years, we now have a ticket reservation system that allows passholders to reserve a ticket to programs in advance and enjoy guaranteed access to that program as long as they arrive 30 minutes before the program starts.”

• Ama Dablam and Special Guest passholders can reserve up to eight (8) programs beginning on Wednesday, May 11 at 10 a.m. MDT.

• Palmyra passholders can reserve up to six (6) programs in advance beginning on Monday, May 16 at 10 a.m. MDT.

• Open reservations begin on May 23 at 10 a.m. MDT. At this time, Wasatch passholders may reserve tickets to up to eight (8) programs and Ama Dablam, Special Guest and Palmyra passholders may reserve tickets to unlimited programs.

• Patron passholders have walk-up priority access at theaters and do not need to reserve program tickets in advance.

Once your pass is confirmed, you will receive even more information from Mounainfilm.

To learn even more, How to Mountainfilm is here.

Jason Merritt, more:

Born and raised in Arkansas, Jason Merritt first found adventure exploring the Ozark Mountains of his home state. He moved to Telluride in 1992 and obtained a bachelor of arts in humanities from Fort Lewis College. After a 12 year successful career in the ski industry as an employee relations and customer service specialist, he joined Mountainfilm in 2016. Jason is an avid skier and enjoys anything outdoors in the San Juan Mountains. He is passionate about bringing the transformative content of Mountainfilm to audiences around the world.

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