Our screening of Undercity has ended for the night. Come back next Thursday to watch Red Gold, Felt Soul Media's award-winning environmental documentary about the potential effects of mine on Alaska's most productive salmon rivers.
To get ready for this year's Mountainfilm in Telluride, we'll be playing a Mountainfilm documentary every Thursday in May. On May 10, at any time between 6 and 9 p.m. MST come to this page to watch Undercity, the story of urban caver Steve Duncan's quest to piece together the dark history of New York City by exploring its tunnels and sewers.
Starting at 7 p.m. MST click here to join filmmaker Andrew Wonder and guerrilla historian Steve Duncan for a Q&A about Undercity. The director of Mountainfilm in Telluride, David Holbrooke, will moderate the discussion.
Below New York City lies hundreds of miles of tunnels and sewers, which is where historian Steve Duncan works. Follow Duncan as he explores the underside of New York City, and finds a dark world filled with surprising characters and shocking adventures. Andrew Wonder's film won the Festival Director's award at the 2011 Mountainfilm.
For more information on Steve Duncan and his future projects, read Will Hunt's story on Duncan.
On May 17, we'll play Felt Soul Productions award-winning environmental documentary about salmon in Alaska, Red Gold. And on May 24, we'll play Samsara, the story of Jimmy Chin, Conrad Anker, and Renan Oztruk's first attempt to climb India's 20,702-foot Meru.
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