Maine Outdoor Film Festival Virtual Content

The Mattawamkeag Virtual Program

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8 films in package
RECOLONIZING THE ELWHA
Ten years ago, the world's largest dam removal began on the Elwha River, allowing salmon to recolonize their lost habitat. This is the story of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe's connection to that river and the hatchery that kept those salmon runs alive.
SNOWY
Snowy, a four-inch-long pet turtle, has lived an isolated life in the family basement. With help from a team of experts and his caretaker, Uncle Larry, we ask: Can Snowy be happy, and what would it take?
WITHOUT A PADDLE
Four intrepid snowboarders seek to retrace a portion of explorer David Thompson's path down the Columbia River during one of the coldest snaps in local recorded history. Surreal frozen landscapes, epic paddling, deep powder riding, and a lot of pain. WITHOUT A PADDLE is a canoe film about snowboarding.
FAKA'APA'APA
In the years since Tonga banned whale hunting, an important piece of the local economy has become swimming with whales. But will this new form of ecotourism be sustainable?
GOAT LADY
Goats led her to the trees, where she found her life's work.
ACADIA
Acadia is a short cinematic film focused on capturing the beauty of Acadia National Park. The film was shot over the course of 3 days in January 2021.
PROJECT 20/20
This film documents an artist's journey along the Island Maine Island Trail.
45 MINUTES BY PLANE
Guillaume was looking for a way to get from Montreal, QC to Portland ME to surprise his girlfriend. In desperate need of adventure, and with the aim of helping the environment, he decided to bike home. Little did he know that this crazy idea would turn out to be his greatest adventure yet.
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The Mattawamkeag Program of the 2021 Maine Outdoor Film Festival is presented by American Roots. Enjoy 108 minutes of outdoor adventure and conservation content from Maine and beyond.

Ten years ago, the world's largest dam removal began on the Elwha River, allowing salmon to recolonize their lost habitat. This is the story of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe's connection to that river and the hatchery that kept those salmon runs alive.

  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    9 minutes
  • Country
    Elwha River Valley
  • Filmmaker
    Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission/North 40 Productions