Where The Yellowstone Goes is the newest release from filmmaker Hunter Weeks, which captures the true spirit and life of the Yellowstone river as it begins in Wyoming and ends in North Dakota. While the majority of the film chronicles the journey through Montana, its dedication to the longest non dammed river in the United States is unique.
I’ve been talking with Hunter lately about the film, its tour, and the source of inspiration. With a quick glimpse of the full feature, I can tell you, it’s a heart warming experience across untouched water in the western United States. There’s stops along the voyage that explores local people and communities, and there’s plenty of fishing along with it. While I’m a sucker for high-voltage fish-porn, I’m also entranced in the beauty that these kind of films display. It will make you laugh, and it will make you concerned about the river’s health and future. Believe me, it’s something you don’t want to miss.
Please join me in welcoming Where The Yellowstone Goes to its Colorado premier in Boulder on May 24th at the Boulder Theater, and the Denver showing (in conjunction with The Greenbacks) on June 12th at the Denver Film Center.
To welcome the film to Colorado, I’d like to offer a pair of tickets to the Denver showing. All you have to do is comment, and a random number generator will pick the winner. I’ll announce the winner on Wednesday, June 6th, so be sure to check back.
‘shellieshel’ has won 2 tickets to this showing in Denver Tuesday, June 12th! Thanks for particpating and we’ll hopefully see you all at the show!
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