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Dutch Mountain Film Festival DMFF #7 10-12 Februari 2017 The Dutch Mountain Film Festival has been a member of the International Alliance for Mountain Film (IAMF) since 2014. MOUNTAINFILM: The mountain film is one of the oldest genres and uses its own imagery. We are all familiar with its clichéd images: death-defying panoramas of mountain ridges, glaciers and rock faces alternating with heart Spy Kids (2001) - Company credits - IMDb International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) (this picture made under the jurisdiction of) Rocky Mountain Motion Pictures (cameras and lenses) (as Rocky Mountain Motion Pictures® Hollywood (as The Texas Film Commission, Office of the Governor) Texas, State of (special thanks to) Oh How We Love You: Watch Tina's Adrienne Warren Perform

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International Mountain Film Competition Regulations §1 Dates The Mountain Power Festival takes places on May 28th – May 31st, 2020 in Zakopane, Poland. The festival is organized by a non-profit registered Association Mountain Film Meetings (MFM), member of The International Alliance for Mountain Film. §2 Films International Alliance for Mountain Film - IAMF May 3 at 6:29 AM Submit your films to the 37th Autrans International Mountain Film Fe stival in France by July 12 and visit beautiful Vercors from 2 to 6, December.

International Alliance for Mountain Film. c/o Area Documentazione Museomontagna Salita al CAI Torino 12 – Monte dei Cappuccini I-10131 Torino TO Italy T. ++39.011.6604104 F. ++39.011.6604622. President JAVIER BARAYAZARRA. Vice president ROBERTO DE MARTIN. Coordinator MARCO RIBETTI. Board of Directors

International Alliance for Mountain Film 25 festivals of mountain film and one mountain museum Which represent 19 countries of Europe, Asia, North and South America, Oceania Along its shared path the IAMF, which includes the most prestigious operators in the sector among its members, has successfully made a name for itself and has become the main reference point for those who produce, make, promote and conserve mountain film.