Coming to the Museum - February 20-23|
Come be part of the 10th Annual Stowe Mountain Film Festival, February 20-23rd. Held in the outdoor paradise of Stowe, Vermont, this eagerly anticipated event is a celebration of mountain sports and culture.
Each year the newest releases from the outdoor film industry's top production companies, along with submission from promising amateur filmmakers converge on the Green Mountain. The result is 4 days of adrenaline-pumping action, stunning cinematography and intense documentaries that remind us why we love Vermont and our shared outdoor community.
All films are shown in large-format digital to know the stoke factor from 10 to 11. If you haven't seen where the latest boundaries of action sports have been pushed, whether it be on land, on the snow, on the water, or in the air, you must experience the Stowe Mountain Film Festival. Proceeds benefit the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum, whose mission is to collect, preserve, and celebrate Vermont's skiing and snowboarding history. Admission by donation.
Wednesday, February 20 - 7pm
Vintage Burton Snowboards - One Track Mind
White Silk Road: Snowboarding Afghanistan by Lightbox Pictures
Thursday, February 21 - 7pm
Sandstone by Twin Star Films/ Petr Kaspar, Czech Republic
Most Wanted by Storm Show Studios
Friday, February 22 - 7pm
Why by Corey Rich
Winter Waves, Vintage Burton Snowboards
Winter Winds: A Journey from Life's Beginning by Matt Herriger
Saturday, February 23 - 7pm
The Old Breed by Freddie Wilkinson
Sweet Joy: Eye Candy and Icing by Bear Bones Enterprises and NATO
No Matter What by Meathead Films
Brought to you by:
Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum