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The Films: Saturday Night


Director: Jill Garreffi
2 minutes

Matching strokes to the seconds ticking down until the start of the next shift brings calm and clarity ahead of the work day hustle. Featuring local swimmer Jenna Mahaffie.

The ballad of pecos hank

Director: Damon Criswell
12 minutes

Some people hunt deer. Some hunt tornadoes. Hank’s fearlessness in pursuing the one monster that truly exists also means being there when his community gets hit.


Director: Danny Schmidt
10 minutes

Skateboarding is the ideal disruptor to the mainstream mentality for the youth in Madhya Pradesh, one of the largest and poorest states in India. In 2015, a community skatepark was built. Ulrike Reinhard, the creator of the Janwaar park, is all about challenging the status quo and providing a safe space for kids to find their own way. The skatepark has become a haven for the two castes in the village to interact with one another through the shared passion of skating. 

A Thousand Casts

Directors: Ben Knight, Travis Rumell
29 minutes

Throughout the course of Oliver White’s life fly fishing has been at the root of a series of once-in-a-lifetime events. What started as physical therapy led to the financial district, a business opportunity, and a near-death situation. His pursuit of fish on the fly now takes him to the mythical, magical country of Bhutan to do what he does best – figure things out. Special Guest Q+A 


Directors: Erik Boomer, Sarah McNair-Landry
12 minutes

Teton Valley locals Erik Boomer and Sarah McNair-Landry set off on a bold multi-sport 45 day expedition traveling through the remote landscape of Baffin Island in search of stunning cliffs to climb and unexplored rivers to whitewater kayak.


Directors: Ben Dann
7 minutes

There is an art to building a bike trail on the rugged terrain of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. It takes a lot of hard work from a dedicated, creative trail crew to dig and shape lines down the mountain in a unique way. Joe Stone, Director of Mission at Teton Adaptive, and Ranyon D’arge, JHMR’s Mountain Design Manager, teamed up to rethink what’s possible with JHMR’s newest trail, Deepest Darkest. Inspired by a conversation and their mutual connection to Pierre Bergman, a JHMR employee whose life was forever changed due to a biking injury, they created a universal trail design that not only brings flow, speed, and excitement to adaptive and non-adaptive riders alike but also strengthens the bond within the biking community. Special Guest Q+A

Dear Pippa

Director: Simon Perkins
8 minutes

Throughout her life, the woods have provided Els Van Woert with inspiration and balance. It is why she loves trail running. Today, many of her adventures on the trail are spent in the Vermont woods with her daughter, Pippa. In a letter to Pippa, Els describes this relationship with the outdoors. But through her words, she also explores all that motherhood has taught her about being a woman, uncovering past scars, confronting fear, discovering vulnerability, and evolving her definition of bravery.