Throckmorton Theatre Mountainfilm
6th Annual Adventure Documentary Festival
THROCKMORTON THEATRE MOUNTAINFILM
December 1-3, 2017
Our 6th Annual Adventure Documentary Film Festival, Throckmorton Theatre Mountainfilm (TTMF), returns to Mill Valley December 1-3, 2017 with even more culturally rich, adventure-packed, and inspiring films. All films have been carefully selected from Telluride Mountainfilm, and curated alongside guest speaker sessions, parties and scheduled conversations. The result is a three-day event like no other.
TTMF screens feature documentaries on environmental issues, epic adventures, eye-opening politics and humanitarian causes. We set the stage for important conversations about the world we live in and we seek to inspire audiences to action on worthy causes. TTMF brings together special guests, filmmakers, film subjects, artists, activists, and other luminaries for a celebration of the indomitable spirit.
This inspiring festival is made possible by our incredible sponsors, who also strongly believe in Mountainfilm's mission to use the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. Sponsors help us reach out and include the broadest possible audience as well as fly in special guests to inform us on environmental and cultural activities around the world.
For questions or more information regarding Mountainfilm sponsorship, please contact Gaby Mercer-Slomoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TICKETS & PASSES
Passes: If you purchase a TTMF pass you receive a 15% savings and can use it to attend any of the screening blocks as well as the Opening Night Party and other festival events. It entitles you to early entry for seating and is transferable to others if you cannot attend one of the events. Each pass entitles the holder to entry for one.
Tickets: Tickets for individual screening blocks and seminars are $18 General Admission with the exception of the Kidz Kino on Sunday, December 3 at 11am. Tickets for students and adults attending the Kidz Kino are $15.
Families: Children ages 6 to 12 will enjoy the Kidz Kino program, which is geared towards this age group. Older children will enjoy and learn from most of the regular festival programs. Documentaries are not given ratings, but much of the content would garner a PG or PG-13 rating. Pay special attention to film descriptions; some films delve deeply into challenging content — such as war, slavery, or poverty — and the description will help you make a decision based on your child.
In 2011 Stephen Bove, a Mill Valley resident, came to Lucy Mercer with the idea of producing a local Mountainfilm festival. Telluride Mountainfilm had been started in 1979 and today has become a dynamic, inspiring organization, one whose mission closely aligned with ours. Bove who had been an enthusiastic attendee in Telluride felt it would be a perfect fit here. The two approached Telluride with the idea of starting a festival in Mill Valley, new territory for the festival, and found nearly a perfect match. Throckmorton tapped the talented Julian Kaelon and together with Stephen Bove and David Holbrooke, the Director of Telluride Mountainfilm, the first Throckmorton Theatre Mountainfilm Festival (TTMF) was held in 2011. TTMF was launched!
Our aim: to build an informed and engaged community through intimate conversations that connect cultures, preserve environments and inspire activism.
Each year TTMF has grown in depth and reach and we are continually motivated by the good work that Telluride Mountainfilm is producing. And each festival Stephen Bove and David Holbrooke craft another impossibly better lineup of films that inspire us and set the stage for important conversations about the world we live in. We invite artists, filmmakers and activists, not only to hear their stories and share our own, but also to flood our town with the dynamic cross-fertilization that is the inevitable outcome.
For more information on the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, visit their website at http://mountainfilm.org.