One man and his dog, saying goodbye after a lifetime of outdoor adventures. A filmmaker reconnecting with his father over the shared love of nature. Two friends, taking up challenges that will push them to their limits and make them question their sanity.
The 14 films in this year's Telluride Mountainfilm festival encapsulate experiences every recreationist can relate to—except these adventures are crazier, better produced and shown on the big screen Thursday, Oct. 22.
Thanks to the Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation and the Idaho Conservation League, outdoor lovers can experience a myriad of movies ranging from two minutes to a half hour long starting at 6 p.m.