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The Sheepscot Virtual Program

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8 films in package
RAISED ON RAINBOWS
Having kids and still pursuing a passion for fly fishing can be a challenge. For this Colorado couple though, sharing the sport with their children has brought new depth, patience, and an even stronger desire to preserve the rivers they love for generations to come.
THE PATH LESS PAVED
Cyclers frequently grapple with the concept of limits. Road cyclists yearn for greater backcountry freedom beyond the pavement. Mountain bikers love the thrill of the descent, but also ponder how many more mountains they could reach in a single day. Different bikes suit different needs, but what if there was one bike to journey anywhere?
APPROACH
Friends of Seneca is a non-profit organization which coordinates trail maintenance projects around the climbing area at Seneca Rocks, WV. This film focuses on the organization while raising awareness about the environmental impact that climbers have on outdoor climbing destinations and how the climbing community pulls together to protect these fragile environments.
AGUILUCHO: DANCE OF THE HARPY EAGLE
In the Darién Gap rainforest, loggers and cattle ranchers pose a threat to indigenous communities’ way of life. When a rare Harpy Eagle nest is discovered, the Emberá tribe of Playa Muerto find an unlikely ally. By protecting the Eagle's habitat, they can benefit from the ecotourism she attracts and reconnect with their traditional heritage.
SEASONS OF LOVE
THE SEA FARMERS
All Amanda did was give Emily one floating line of rope in the ocean, but that action sparked a livelihood. Amanda’s small gesture of kindness allowed Emily to imagine a life on the water she hadn’t considered before: as an oyster farmer.
MAINE: BLUE HOUR ON THE MIDOAST
A look at the beauty of midcoast Maine in those special moments right before sunrise, and right after sunset.
FREE AS CAN BE
When a young climber infatuated with climbing history meets an old legend, he commits to helping him accomplish his lifelong goal of free climbing El Capitan.
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The Sheepscot Program of the 2021 Maine Outdoor Film Festival is presented by Black Bear Energy. Enjoy 112 minutes of outdoor adventure and conservation content from Maine and beyond.

Having kids and still pursuing a passion for fly fishing can be a challenge. For this Colorado couple though, sharing the sport with their children has brought new depth, patience, and an even stronger desire to preserve the rivers they love for generations to come.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    9 minutes
  • Country
    Boulder County, Colorado
  • Filmmaker
    Matt Coddaire