MIFF in the Mountains - Best of the Maine International Film Festival
Sun – Wed, Aug 5-8, 2018
Eight films over four evenings, 5 & 8 PM each night
Sponsored by Juliet J. Goodfriend
The BEST films of the Maine International Film Festival will be shown at MIFF in the Mountains: eight films over four nights, Sunday through Wednesday, August 5 – 8, at the RFA Lakeside Theater in Rangeley. Film lovers rejoice! A different film at 5 PM and 8 PM each evening. The complete schedule of films is below.
ALL Festival PASS: $50. /Individual Movie Passes: $7.
These eight films represent the best of American independent and international cinema. We will also spotlight some of Maine and New England’s most exciting and innovative filmmakers.
More than just movies!
Audiences also have opportunities to meet and talk with some of the people behind the movies – curators, professors, critics and filmmakers. for the complete list of films, visit rangeleyarts.org, click on MOVIES at the top of the page and follow the links to MIFF.
Two Short Films at 5 PM:
Bears of Durango
United States – 61 minutes In English. Director: Dusty Hulet
Dive head first into bear dens with the biologists who study the effect of human urban development on bear behavior. The two have to meet‚ and they do, as director Dusty Hulet captures in his entertaining and thought-provoking new documentary.
David and the Kingdom
United States, 2018-22 minutes – In English. Directors: Brian Paccione, Woodrow Travers. David, living in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, discourses on his predilection for solitude in this unique, truthful, and literally close-to-home documentary.