If you’re in the mood for a night of captivating visual storytelling from some of the best in the game, you’re in for a treat.
What kid growing up in a mountain town hasn’t tried a homemade ski edit? For most, the clips never make it beyond a small group of family and friends.
A bit of America (in France), a touch of Kabul, and a dash of Northern Ireland make up the world’s first global film festival — the Manhattan Short Film Festival — and the Center for the Arts is on the list of stops for the 10 finalists.
The Jackson Wild 2021 Summit, formerly known as the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, starts Monday and runs through Sept. 30, culminating with the Jackson Wild Media Awards Celebrations livestreamed from the Center for the Arts.
Have you ever wanted to enter the mind of an extreme skier riding a fresh line? What about the internal motivations that move athletes to continue to push the envelope in the outdoors?
Pull up a lawn chair or spread a blanket on the grass at Teton County Library to watch a local documentary, “A Noble Pursuit,” under the stars Tuesday.
The Wydaho Adventure Film Festival at the Victor City Park is a promising inaugural event set to mix art, community and the power of storytelling against the wild backdrop of the Teton Range.