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Dec 07 2020

16th Annual Backcountry Film Festival Goes Virtual

Stream winter sports films Jan. 28 through Feb. 18, 2021 and support our local chapters with ticket purchase


The Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival is back for its 16th year, but it looks a little different this winter. 

Instead of a night out at the silver screen, the outdoors film festival is coming to you – allowing viewers to stream films from the comfort of their own home.

The film lineup is packed full of stellar films this year, featuring athletic pursuits in the mountains, gorgeous cinematography, stories of how the snowsports community is adapting to a changing environment, and more.

As in previous years, a portion of proceeds from the screening will benefit our local chapters.

Spanning the entire state, our chapters are the heart of their communities and provide opportunities for volunteers, members, and outdoor enthusiasts to come together for wildlands education and advocacy. Use this link to purchase your ticket and a portion of proceeds will directly support MWA's chapter initiatives and efforts. 

Tickets are $10 per individual or $20 per household/group. Instructions on how to stream the films will be sent to the email you register with.

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MWA's Virtual Screening
Jan. 28 – Feb. 18, 2021

Purchase Tickets

Ticket-holders have 14 days from pressing play to finish streaming the films which will be available for streaming between Jan. 28 and Feb. 18, 2021.  Find the full lineup of films here.

Winter Wildlands Alliance is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving winter wildlands and a quality human-powered snowsports experience on public lands through education, outreach, and advocacy.

Keely Damara
Communications Manager

Keely manages our website, wildmontana.org, and social media channels in addition to providing communications support for our chapters, programs, and campaigns. In her free time, she enjoys fly fishing on Montana’s scenic rivers, hiking, camping, and exploring public lands in her home state.
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