Telluride Mountainfilm organizers recently announced the line-up of 2016 presenters.
They have walked solo around the world, traveled to frigid landscapes to dive with leopard seals, scaled some of the world’s most difficult peaks, photographed elephants in Tanzania, and shattered gender boundaries. And, they are coming to Telluride Mountainfilm.
Telluride Mountainfilm, which takes place this year Thursday, May 27 through Monday, May 30, announced its 2016 theater presenters. This year’s roster includes polar photographer Paul Nicklen, solo adventurer Sarah Marquis, pioneering Nepali climber Pasang Llamu Sherpa Akita, alpinist Steve House and Grand Canyon writer and activist Kevin Fedarko, among others.
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Established in 1979, Mountainfilm is dedicated to educating, inspiring and motivating audiences about environments, cultures, issues and adventures. Working at the nexus of filmmaking and action, its flagship program is the legendary Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, a one-of-a-kind combination of films, conversations and inspiration. Mountainfilm also reaches audiences year-round through its worldwide tour and Mountainfilm for Students, an educational outreach initiative for youth. Mountainfilm has the power to change lives.