On Sunday, March 19th, Crag partnered with the Portland EcoFilm Festival and the Mazamas to present a SOLD OUT program: Women Working for the Wild!  The evening focused on films about women working to protect wild places and featured the premiere of Maiden of the Mountain, a documentary about the legendary conservationist Kate McCarthy.

Thanks to everyone who came out. We are so honored to partner with Portland EcoFilm Festival and the Hollywood Theater.  Make sure to check out Portland EcoFilm Festival’s upcoming programs!

 

MAIDEN OF THE MOUNTAIN – about legendary activist Kate McCarthy, who played a key role in protecting Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge (Producers: Trip Jennings,  Ralph Bloemers, Sara Quinn / Balance Media)

 

Operation Moffat

OPERATION MOFFAT – about Britain’s first female climbing guide, Gwen Moffat and young women adventurers who find inspiration in her legacy (Director: Jen Randall / Light Shed Pictures)

 

Water Song

WATER SONG – about Peruvian farmer Máxima Acuña, who stopped the Conga gold mine (Director: Will Parrniello / Mill Valley Film Group)

 

Sagebrush Sisters

SAGEBRUSH SISTERS – about the 50-mile hike of three Oregonian women, ages 65 -80, along the pronghorn antelope migration route between Sheldon Natl. Wildlife Refuge and Hart Mountain Natl. Antelope Refuge (Director: Michelle Alvarado / Wahoo Films, Oregon Natural Desert Association)

 

Think Like A Scientist: Boundaries

THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST:  BOUNDARIES – about conservation photogrpher Krista Schyler, who documents the environmental impact of the US / Mexico border wall (Director: Neil Losin / Howard Hughes Medical Institute)