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    add Meru to the list, great story & cinematography

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    I was hoping "Mile, Mile and Half" would be on Netflix. It isn't, although I'm able to download it from my local public library, so all good!

    Netflix has "Finding Traction" about Nikki Kimball's Long Trail run. Haven't seen it, but it's now on my list.

    Valley Uprising was a simply wonderful movie!

    Brian

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    Mile mile and a half comes and goes from Netflix.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePS View Post
    add Meru to the list, great story & cinematography
    I finally got a chance to see this. Wow.

    Highly recommended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikehikeskifish View Post
    Mile mile and a half comes and goes from Netflix.


    Tim
    Mile mile and a half is on “starz” right now. I’m watching it. If you have “ xfinity” it’s free till the end of the month. You can also record it.

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    "Finding Traction" is on youtube right now.

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    I just watched "Finding Traction" and really enjoyed it. Very introspective and inspiring. It's streaming on Amazon Prime now.

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    I finally got around to seeing DamNation. A+ movie, all around. Following up on that is Artifishal, which came out last year. Both are made by Patagonia, with one focusing on the damage done by large dams, and the latter on the damage done by fisheries. Both are free on Patagonia's YouTube channel.

    The producers do a really fine job of balancing the disturbing with the positive, and the cinematography is phenomenal. Makes me want to go out and buy a fishing pole. I highly recommend both.

    Brian

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    FWIW, All of the Banff Mountain Film Festival films for this past year are available for free here:

    https://www.docdroid.net/lR9Mzcw/ban...e-festival-pdf

    I've been working my way through them while in quarantine. Most are amazing!
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    Banff's movies have been a wonderful feast during my work shutdown.

    For those with daughters especially, Deer139 is a fun movie. It's not an epic adventure, just a small one, which makes the movie approachable. Three women track a mule deer from its winter grounds to where the herd goes in the summer. All-female cast. Funny at times.

    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by wardsgirl View Post
    FWIW, All of the Banff Mountain Film Festival films for this past year are available for free here:

    https://www.docdroid.net/lR9Mzcw/ban...e-festival-pdf
    That's how the list has been described, but it's not...it's a list of all Banff films from any year that are available for free, so it's not including everything from this year (the 2019 festival and 2020 tour). For instance, Brian's rec of Deer139 isn't on the list. Good stuff to watch, nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jniehof View Post
    That's how the list has been described, but it's not...it's a list of all Banff films from any year that are available for free, so it's not including everything from this year (the 2019 festival and 2020 tour). For instance, Brian's rec of Deer139 isn't on the list. Good stuff to watch, nonetheless.
    Thanks for the clarification. Now I get to watch more films!
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