Maine Outdoor Film Fest comes to Snow Bowl

Sep 16, 2018
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Camden — The Maine Outdoor Film Festival Tour returns to the Midcoast Friday, Sept. 28, for an evening of short outdoor adventure and conservation films at the Camden Snow Bowl, 20 Barnestown Road.

The “gate” opens at 7 p.m. and the films start unreeling a half hour after sunset (around 7:30 p.m.). Presented in partnership with Baxter Outdoors Trail Runners of Midcoast Maine, Midcoast Maine NEMBA and Camden Snow Bowl, the evening will serve as prelude to the third annual Camden Snow Bowl Trail Fest the following day.

Suggested donation is $3 to $5. The film program runs about 74 minutes; there will be a brief intermission with a free door prize raffle. Attendees should bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating.

Films set to be screened, in no particular order, are: “Engaging the Curve,” directed by Graham Zimmerman/Bedrock Film Works (11:55 min.); “Running Across California,” directed by Noam Argov (12:18 min.); “Ephemera,” directed by Dave Mai (13:17 min.); “The Unseen Mountains,” directed by Nicole Ellena Endémico and Erick Vigouroux (16 min.); and "Euphoria - Indescribable Adventure," directed by Linda Sanders and Alessandro Beltrame (21:19 min.).

Screening schedule is subject to change. This year, MOFF is holding a screening in every one of Maine’s 16 counties. For more information on the films, visit maineoutdoorfilmfestival.com; and the Camden screening’s Facebook event page.

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