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Here's a film fest all about mountain and outdoor life

Like Utah's great outdoors? You'll love these films!
Posted at 3:44 PM, Feb 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-19 17:44:19-05

Mark Miller Subaru is thrilled to participate in this year's Wasatch Mountain Film Festival. Joseph Dane, Mark Miller Subaru's Marketing Manager says It's a natural fit because Subaru owners are outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers, and the festival is all about mountain and outdoor life and culture.

The Wasatch Mountain Film Festival takes place March 30 - April 4 at the historic CLUBHOUSE in Salt Lake City. There will be 84 films screened. Stuart Derman, Executive Director of the festival, joined us to highlight three of those films:

- 'Gone Tomorrow' by Wilkinson Visual takes the audience deep in the Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky where climbers seek out fleeting, frozen waterfalls...before they're all gone.
- 'Bare Existence' by Max Lowe takes the audience on a frozen journey to show how dedicated biologists and conservationists are battling the effects of climate change to try and protect polar bears.
- 'Home' by Jen Randall shows the audience how Sarah Outen circumnavigated the globe using her insane human power.

To pay tribute to the ratification of the women's right to vote, they are giving away four tickets to the April 3 'Women in Film' matinee screening. Register on February 19 for your chance to win by clicking here.

Saturday, April 4 is 'Family Day' at the festival, and will feature a special workshop and presentation with Mark Miller Subaru's Loves Learning partner, Spy Hop. You can find more about Mark Miller Subaru's Love Promise partners by going to

Wasatch Mountain Film Festival is a production of Wasatch Mountain Arts, a non-profit with the mission of bringing mountain culture and arts together in our vibrant community, and making it available to everyone.

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