Festival in the Community: One Nation Walking Together
The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is proud to expand our film screenings with Festival in the Community, where we host free screenings of select films leading up to the festival.
It’s a chance to sneak a peek before the Festival, plus a great opportunity to introduce your friends to the wonderful and thought-provoking films the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film brings to the Pikes Peak region.
Let Us Know You’re Coming – Register to attend
The following films presented in partnership with One Nation Walking Together.
PASANG: IN THE SHADOW OF EVERST — and — BIG WATER SUMMER
PASANG: IN THE SHADOW OF EVEREST is the story of Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, the indigenous trailblazer who battled racism, gender discrimination, and political opposition in her quest to become the first Nepali woman to summit Mt. Everest. Her courageous, tragic journey would greatly move her country, inspiring new generations to reach for their rights. (72 min)
BIG WATER SUMMER : Cherilyn grew up on her grandparents’ farm on the Navajo Nation. She has returned to grow produce for the community and is embarking on the biggest crop to date. BIG WATER SUMMER follows the farm over several months that don’t go as planned. (15 min)