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October 2, 2012 Posted by  in News

October Showtimes and Updates

"Last of the Great Unknown" is kicking off a busy October with screenings at 3 local adventure film festivals, as well as the UK.

October 6th - Boulder CO - Adventure Film Festival
6:00 to 8:30pm - Boulder Theatre.

Presented by Patagonia, this three-day festival premieres a powerful collection of 40 insightful and award-winning outdoor and environmental films that share the spirit of adventure at the Boulder Theater. The weekend festivities also include a Community Night kick-off party Thursday at Patagonia Boulder with film previews, music, snacks and New Belgium Beer. Senses of Adventure interactive gallery at Prana. Outside Adventure Film School presented by Serac at REI. Photography Workshop with expert instructors at Neptune Mountaineering. Family & Kid’s Film Festival, Jonny Copp Photo Exhibit at Amante (Walnut), athlete and filmmaker appearances, massive gear giveaways, after party at Shine, and much more.
Full festival schedule is here.

October 6th - Tempe, AZ - Wild and Scenic
7:00pm at the Galvin Playhouse at ASU, Tempe.

We are delighted to screen two local films this year - Viva la Verde! and Last of the Great Unknown.

Viva la Verde! explores the Verde River, which provides a ribbon of life through the harsh desert, forming an important and rare ecosystem. Man has made use of the river for hundreds of years but today unrestricted groundwater mining threatens the Verde's future. Will citizens accept their role as stewards of this emerging national treasure before it's too late? Filmmaker Hugh Denno explores this question in Viva la Verde!, a film that will empower the viewer to take action to ensure the Verde River has a long and healthy future.

Our second local film and new feature, The Last of the Great Unknown, is an award-winning documentary that showcases the Grand Canyon’s secret and intimate drainages rarely visited by man and the canyoneers who systematically explored these harrowing slots—often risking their lives to bring to light some of the Canyon's most remarkable features.

Official Website for Arizona Wild & Scenic Film Festival

October 10th - Flagstaff, AZ - Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
October 10th, 7:00 to 10:00pm - Orpheum Theatre, Downtown Flagstaff

Last of the Great Unknown will be screening opening night of the FMFF alongside a couple of other beautiful Grand Canyon films, "The Elder" and "Chasing the Light."

On October 11th, from 5:00 to 6:30pm, join Dan Ransom and Rich Rudow at the Speakeasy in downtown Flagstaff for a gallery reception showcasing a dozen prints from slot canyons in the Grand Canyon.

Film Festival Schedule

Thrillseekers Adventure Film Festival - United Kingdom
October 8th to the 25th, Various Locations, UK

Last of the Great Unknown is one of the featured films for the "High Altitude" program of Thrillseekers Adventure Film Festival in the United Kingdom. The program will featured over the course of a dozen showings in the UK.

Thrillseekers AFF Tickets and Schedule

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