A Recap of the 2019 Tahoe Film Fest

Highlights from cultural movie festival
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A gem in the mountain community, Lake Tahoe has year round activities drawing in skiers, boaters and golfers. But, for the past 5 years, Tahoe has also drawn in cinephiles for the Tahoe Film Festival. Catered towards moviegoers and mountain lovers to view one-of-a-kind movies that invoke elements of creativity, cultural awareness and the outdoors. 

From December 5-8, 2019 the alpine lake town hosted the 5th annual film festival that showcased a variety of films, including environmentally-conscious documentaries to scripted dramas. Venues like Incline Village, Northstar Village Cinema and Crystal Bay Club Casino Crown Room were on the schedule and allowed attendees to get a peek of North Lake Tahoe. 


Photo courtesy of Tahoe Film Fest

Here’s a look at some of the past feature films. Follow their Facebook page for more information and updates on next year’s festival. 

INCLINE VILLAGE CINEMA

Marriage Story  – Opening Night Film

Artifishal

Sea of Shadows

The Story of Plastic

NORTHSTAR VILLAGE CINEMA

Honeyland

The River and the Wall

N. Scott Momaday: Words from a Bear

Eating Animals

CRYSTAL BAY CLUB CASINO CROWN ROOM

Out of Bounds

Clarence Clemmons: Who Do You Think I Am?

Echo in the Canyon

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice

David Crosby: Remember My Name

Check out Tahoe Film Festival's Facebook for updates and information.

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