Mancos Valley Film Festival turns the camera on adventure

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Mancos Valley Film Festival turns the camera on adventure

Expanded event raises money for local nonprofits
The second annual Mancos Valley River Film Festival drew a crowd by spotlighting adventurers from around the globe and from Montezuma County’s backyard.
Claire Martinez welcomes the crowd to the Mancos Valley River Film Festival and thanks sponsors.
The second annual Mancos Valley River Film Festival on June 30 drew a crowd by spotlighting adventurers from around the globe and from Montezuma County’s backyard.
The Mancos Valley River Film Festival also featured a silent auction.
Visitors to the first night of the Mancos Valley River Film Festival, held at Outlier Cellars cidery, stop by the Mancos Trails Group booth. Half the event’s proceeds went to benefit the nonprofit.
Ashley Carruth tells a packed audience at Outlier Cellars the story of a bike-rafting trip she took through the Bears Ears National Monument.

Mancos Valley Film Festival turns the camera on adventure

The second annual Mancos Valley River Film Festival drew a crowd by spotlighting adventurers from around the globe and from Montezuma County’s backyard.
Claire Martinez welcomes the crowd to the Mancos Valley River Film Festival and thanks sponsors.
The second annual Mancos Valley River Film Festival on June 30 drew a crowd by spotlighting adventurers from around the globe and from Montezuma County’s backyard.
The Mancos Valley River Film Festival also featured a silent auction.
Visitors to the first night of the Mancos Valley River Film Festival, held at Outlier Cellars cidery, stop by the Mancos Trails Group booth. Half the event’s proceeds went to benefit the nonprofit.
Ashley Carruth tells a packed audience at Outlier Cellars the story of a bike-rafting trip she took through the Bears Ears National Monument.
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