in light of COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s 42nd annual Mountainfilm is going virtual, and extending its dates to May 15 to 25.
From the safety and comfort of home, viewers can stream over 100 films, a symposium and additional presentations with the new $75 Bivvy pass, or purchase individual films, shorts programs or presentations for $10 each.
“We hope that making Mountainfilm available to experience at home with family or roommates will be a welcome and inspiring change,” said Executive Director Sage Martin. “Get comfy, grab your popcorn and buckle up for some life-altering films.”
The complete lineup for the 2020 virtual festival will be available beginning May 15 and is expected to feature an outstanding lineup of films and presentations.
“The magic of Mountainfilm is that it touches people, inspires change and provides hope. Now more than ever, we all need to do our part to create a better world,” said Martin, who notes that Mountainfilm, like many important nonprofits, is turning to the community for support during this challenging time. By purchasing a pass or making a donation, you’ll help ensure that Mountainfilm comes back strong in 2021.