Maine Outdoor Film Festival Virtual Content

The Kennebec Virtual Program

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9 films in package
BLIND FAITH
Mac Marcoux is one of Canada’s most decorated para-athletes. He will attempt to redefine himself as a skier by taking his racing pedigree into Whistler Blackcomb’s extreme alpine terrain. Will Mac will become the world’s first blind freeksier, or will his career as an athlete and his Olympic hopes come to an end?
THE LIGHT OF LUBEC
A pictorial essay on a landmark known as "America's first light": the West Quoddy Head lighthouse in Lubec, Maine.
24 LEECHES
Though filmmaker Aaron Peterson's 10-year-old son died in 2019, the boy lived an adventure-filled and wise life. In 24 LEECHES, that same boy narrates a family canoe adventure to the Slate Islands of Ontario, Canada while making reflections on the world around them. This film serves tribute to Aaron's best friend and adventure partner.
RUNNING THROUGH BARRIERS
A documentary short that features the Vermont-based ultra-runner, author, and social-justice advocate, Mirna Valerio, which explores the interrelation between environmentalism and racial justice.
THE GILDED TRAP
THE GILDED TRAP profiles Jamien Hallowell, a young Maine lobster fisherman, and Dr. Richard Wahle, a marine biologist studying the changing lobster population within the Gulf of Maine. The film depicts the shallow and sheltered Gulf of Maine as a microcosm of climate change as it is experiencing an array of ecological changes.
DISTANT DHARMA
In March of 2020, world-class endurance athlete Rebecca Rush set out to ride a fat bike 350 miles across the frozen Alaskan wilderness. The Iditarod Trail Invitational promised the challenge of a lifetime but after an early mistake, Rebecca's race takes on new meaning as she emerges from the trail into a global pandemic.
THE LONG GAME
Resiliency takes many forms in this story of overcoming obstacles, finding hope in devastation and transforming adversity into positive action. Nature is powerful, healing, humbling and a vital human right. Follow Ryan Dunfee on his journey to recovery through the power of the Maine wilderness and the lessons learned along the way.
JEFF LABREE | MAINE GUIDE
This film explores what it means to be a registered guide in the North Maine woods.
THE FUNNY RUNNER
After quitting her job to pursue her dream of running professionally, Brittany Charboneau quickly found herself not having any fun with the sport she loved. Was there really only one path to success in becoming a professional runner or could Brittany throw away everything and do things her own way?
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The opening night program of the 2021 Maine Outdoor Film Festival is presented by L.L. Bean. Enjoy 114 minutes of outdoor adventure and conservation content from Maine and beyond.

Mac Marcoux is one of Canada’s most decorated para-athletes. He will attempt to redefine himself as a skier by taking his racing pedigree into Whistler Blackcomb’s extreme alpine terrain. Will Mac will become the world’s first blind freeksier, or will his career as an athlete and his Olympic hopes come to an end?

  • Runtime
    26 minutes
  • Executive Producer
    Origin Outside
  • Filmmaker
    Graeme Meiklejohn