The final session of Auburn Adventure Film Festival 2020 -- on Sunday, February 23rd -- features films in the "Power of Freedom" category.
"Americans thrive on our ability to express our freedoms in many ways, including through visual storytelling. Join these filmmakers as they explore what freedom is and means in today’s complex world." The lineup includes:
Inspired by John Colter, who pioneered much of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, including discovering ranges and natural phenomenon, two hikers strikeout adding their own perspective and style of adventure, including freestyle and endurance skiing, they pass through Colter's trek.
"The T-shirt Soldiers" a tribute to the fallen ones -- Based on the events that occurred during the 2017 protests in Venezuela.
Swiss Didier Berthis, one of the best in the world, cracks-climber, in the early 2000's decided to become a Priest.
OUT ON A LIMB
Follow three wheelchair bound explorers who embark on a mission to conquer the Swiss Alps. Proving that having a disability won't tame their sense of adventure.
BETWEEN WIND AND WATER
After a life-changing event, a former British Paratrooper finds peace in a small Canadian mountain town. Experience the life of a BASE Jumper in Squamish, B.C., and get a first-hand look at what it takes to jump off a mountain.
Samara, a young Munduruku in the Amazon River Basin, attempts to befriend Maria. She later realizes that Maria is working on a dam that will destroy her home.
Lake Baikal has been considered a sacred place and a place of power for Siberian Shamans since ancient times. Learn how the suspension bridge and the mindset of the tightrope walkers and a shaman in a state of ritual trace are connected.