Mountainfilm Fest returns

The Telluride Mountainfilm Festival is returning to Homer once again, for the 16th time, to share tales of adventure and activity.

The annual film festival, based in Telluride, Colorado, travels on a tour hosting shows all around the world. It’ll come to Homer on Friday, Jan. 26 and Saturday, Jan. 27 at the Mariner Theatre in Homer High School.

Admission costs $10 and tickets can be purchased in advance from the Homer Bookstore (235-7496) and at the City of Homer Community Recreation Office.

Separate tickets are needed for each night, as different films will be shown.

The films start at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26 and include: “Denali’s Raven,” “Ascend,” “John Shocklee: A Fairy Tale,” “Cowtown,” “The High Five,” “Tatum Monod 2016,” “Doing it Scared,” “HAFE: The Story Behind,” “The Time Travelers,” and “La Langosta.”

Saturday’s shows also start at 7 p.m., and include: “120 Days: Tarpon Season,” “Chocolate Spokes,” “The Perfect Flight,” “Johanna Under the Ice,” “My Irnik,” “Ice Call – Sam Favret,” “Where the Wild Things Play,” “Brette,” “Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day Out,” “The End of Snow,” and “Owl Dance-Off Part II.”

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