Mountainfilm on Tour

On September 15-16, 2017: Join us for a weekend of film and community

Friday, Sept. 15, 6pm
TICKETED EVENT: Feature Length Film Charged
Warren Miller Performing Arts Center
6:00 “Red Carpet” Reception – open to all ticket holders
7:00 Movie Screening
8:30 Q&A with producer Dennis Aig & film subject Jennifer Jane

Saturday, Sept. 16, 10am
FREE!  Coffee Talk
Big Sky Experience Center (Compass Cafe building)
“Storytelling and Cinema” with producer Dennis Aig

Saturday, Sept. 16, 1pm
FREE!  Community Bike Ride for all ages & levels
Starting from Town Center Fire Pit

Saturday, Sept. 16, 6pm
Curated Short Documentary Films
Lone Peak Cinema
6:00 Pre-Show Reception
7:00 Short Films Screening
9:00 Post-Party at the Cinema  |  Booze & Banter at Ousel & Spur


Mountainfilm on Tour, brought to you by the Arts Council of Big Sky and presenting sponsor Grizzly Outfitters, is a collection of films meant to inspire and educate audiences to create a better world. This year, we are hosting TWO FABULOUS DAYS OF FILM!

Year two of our annual event kicks off at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center on Friday, Sept. 15 at 6pm. Join us for a Red Carpet Reception, catered by local chef Lizzie Peyton, followed by a screening of feature-length documentary “Charged” – an audience favorite from the year’s Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado. After the film, stay in your seat for a personal Q&A with special guests, film producer Dennis Aig and film subject Jennifer Jane.

On Saturday, Sept. 16 we’ve got a FREE 10am Coffee Talk at the Big Sky Experience Center (Compass Cafe building), a FREE 1pm community bike ride starting at the Town Center Fire Pit, and at 6pm we’ll be at the Lone Peak Cinema where we’ll again host a pre-screening party catered by Lizzie Peyton. At 7pm, we’ll fill the two theaters to enjoy some of the best short documentaries from the 2017 Mountainfilm festival. Afterwards, take your pick: stay at the Cinema for a post-event party with live music, or head over to Ousel & Spur for “Booze & Banter” – an opportunity to continue the conversation about these thought-provoking films.

Be part of a new Big Sky tradition – Get your tickets today! 


Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor:

Thank you to our Premier Sponsors:

Thank you to our Supporting Sponsors:

Thanks also to support from the Montana Arts Council:



As a presenting organization, we’ve used numerous other venues around town, including the Big Sky Chapel, Buck’s T-4 Lodge, Lone Mountain Ranch, Big Sky Resort and many others.