California’s Eastern Sierra

Backcountry Film Festival

Join Friends of the Inyo for the annual Winter Gathering and Fundraiser. We’ll be showing the Backcountry Film Festival in three communities in the Eastern Sierra:

  • Bishop: Friday, November 30 at the Inyo Council for the Arts
  • Lone Pine: Thursday, December 6 at the Museum of Western Film History
  • Mammoth Lakes: Friday, December 7 at the Inyo National Forest Auditorium at the Mammoth Lakes Visitor Center.

Doors open at 6 pm. Films begin at 7 pm. Event will have prizes from companies like Patagonia and Eastside Sports. Enjoy beer from Mountain Rambler Brewery and Mammoth Brewery. Most importantly, get stoked on winter by enjoying several exciting films about the wild winter experience.

Tickets are $15, or join/renew your Friends of the Inyo membership @ the $50 level and get a free ticket! Join/renew at the $75 level and get two free tickets!

About the Backcountry Film Festival:

We’re excited to present the Backcountry Film Festival this year. Together, Friends of the Inyo and the communities of the Eastern Sierra accomplished a lot working together to care for and protect public lands and wild places. Join us in celebrating our accomplishments and raising money to support beautiful places in the Eastern Sierra.

The Backcountry Film Festival is produced each year by Winter Wildlands Alliance as a celebration of the human-powered experience and a gathering place for the backcountry snow sports community. Winter Wildlands Alliance is a nonprofit organization working at the national level to inspire and educate the backcountry community to protect and care for their winter landscapes. Funds raised at each screening stay in the local community to support human-powered recreation and conservation efforts, winter education, avalanche/safety programs, and efforts to raise awareness of winter management issues.

The 2017-2018 Backcountry Film Festival will tour over 100 cities from mid-November to late March. Immerse yourself in a night of films that capture the spirit of winter. Adventure, environment and climate, youth outdoors, ski culture—you’ll find it all in this award-winning lineup.

 

Backcountry Film Festival