Finding Flow - Mixed Films | Live
What happens when you put your foot on the first hold and press upward or when your shovel pierces the earth as you lay down a new trail? With each step your body seeks to find flow and ultimately your mind finds peace. This program is about starting new journeys and leading the charge.
This program contains mature themes and subject matter
Attending in Person
Fortress Ghosts: Bryan Smith, Producer; Cameron Sylvester, Director
Weaving the Path: Cristóbal Ruiz, Director; Olli Dickerson, Producer
Program subject to change
The Fortress Ghosts
When Fortress Mountain closed in 2004, the once vibrant ski resort slipped into a remnant of the past. Two decades later the far side chair, frontside chair and day lodge remain standing. While the guests have disappeared, ghosts remain.
The Ocean Solution
Farming under the sea? Meet Bren Smith, the ocean farming pioneer whose vertical kelp and shellfish farms can transform the way food is produced. Unwilling to tether himself to land, he took the hard lessons learned and returned to the sea with a new method of restorative ocean farming.
Weaving The Path
For centuries, weaving has formed an integral part of the Coast Salish communities' culture. Yet for around 82 years the tradition of weaving lay dormant. Debra Sparrow, Chief Janice George and Angela George, among other Coast Salish weavers have since revived these lost traditions.
For Lor Sabourin, climbing is more than a sport; it’s a way of exploring identity and building resilience in the face of adversity. They/Them follows Lor, a trans climber, into the sandstone canyons of northern Arizona, on a journey to piece together one of the hardest and most inspiring routes of their life. By embracing the strength in vulnerability, Lor has found the space to thrive and build a climbing community that others like themself can call home.