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Telluride.com announces Mountainfilm Festival - May 27th-30th

Greg Mortenson, the controversial author of “Three Cups of Tea” was once scheduled to appear at the 2011 Mountainfilm but now is missing from the roster of announced speakers.

 
 
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Mortenson Remains Unconfirmed for Telluride’s Mountainfilm

Greg Mortenson, the controversial author of “Three Cups of Tea” was once scheduled to appear at the 2011 Mountainfilm but now is missing from the roster of announced speakers.  Filmmaker Tom Shadyac and activist Tim Dechristopher are two of the better know confirmed speakers among at least a dozen high profile experts discussing the twin topics of “Awareness into Action” and “Image into Action.”  The four-day festival begins May 27.  

Started in 1979, Mountainfilm is one of America’s longest-running film festivals. Through the years, in and out of trends and fads, the festival has always been best described by one unchanging word: inspiring. Far more than any other adjective, that’s how festival audiences describe their experience.  The Mountainfilm festival is a four-day, six-senses experience of the arts, adventure, culture and the environment.  It attracts filmmakers, photographers, conservationists, mountaineers and explorers from around the world.  The audiences also come from around the globe to gather in theaters that range from historical to state of the art in the box-canyon of Telluride, Colorado, and the gondola linked Mountain Village.

In recent years, they have screened such notable feature documentaries as The Cove, Gasland, Sergio, Taxi to the Dark Side, Genghis Blues, Who Killed the Electric Car? and others, but they also find short gems and rarer films that their audiences otherwise might never have the opportunity to view.

They focus on making each screening into a special event: for example, a live concert with Prudence Mabhena after a screening of the Oscar award-winning film Music By Prudence. They also bring to Telluride the filmmakers and featured film subjects for nearly every film.

For pass and lodging packages contact Telluride Alpine Lodging 800-376-9769

Telluride Alpine Lodging is the longest-standing locally owned and operated lodging company in the region.  They offer the widest selection of hotel rooms, condominiums and private homes in Telluride and Mountain Village.  Call them now to book your discounted Mountainfilm lodging.

For additional information visit: http://www.telluride.com/lodging/specials

Chris Esch
Public Relations Officer
chris@telluride.com
800-376-9769 x254

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Telluride Alpine Lodging offers a wide selection of Telluride condos and private homes in Telluride and Mountain Village. With our large selection of properties, from hotels to homes, we are the only place to find your perfect accommodation.

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