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Mountainfilm Festival

  • This week we listen to highlights from a panel discussion about the new documentary film The Holly, which won the audience award at Mountainfilm in Telluride. Director Julian Rubinstein based the film on his book of the same name, chronicling eight years of investigations into the story of an activist facing life in prison. At his own peace rally, Terrance Roberts shot a gang member and possible police informant. Roberts and Rubinstein received standing ovations at all three screenings of The Holly and sat down for a conversation with festival goers at the Hotel Telluride on May 28, 2022.
  • Gavin Dahl reports back from Mountainfilm in Telluride after a weekend jam-packed with world premieres of powerful new documentaries, rousing presentations in the Minds Moving Mountains series, and fascinating conversations with a diverse lineup of filmmakers, athletes, and activists.
  • June is Pride month. This year, Paonia will celebrate the LGBTQ community in a special way. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, Telluride has been hosting Mountainfilm, a film festival celebrating indomitable spirit, since 1979. This past weekend’s schedule was jam-packed with world premieres of powerful new documentaries. Gavin Dahl shares a recap.
  • This week on Local Motion we look ahead to Mountainfilm in Telluride, coming up over Memorial Day weekend. KOTO’s Julia Caulfield speaks with festival director Suzan Beraza and executive director Sage Martin, plus the filmmakers behind new documentaries Surf Nation and Sam Now.
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