FILMS PLAYING AT THE MUSEUM OF THE ROCKIES

Explore films that will be screening at the Museum of the Rockies during the 2nd Annual BZN International Film Festival this June 6-9 in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. Passes on sale now!

Bare Existence

Bare Existence gives a behind the scenes look into the plight of the polar bear.

Better Together

Christopher Lloyd narrates Better Together, a feature documentary about how one community keeps coming together through oil spills, fires, mudslides and the future challenges of a changing climate.

Border to Backyard

Be inspired by the CDT through the eyes of 70 employees who hiked through Colorado together

Breakfast After The Bell

This series of 3 shorts -- produced by  past or current female AmeriCorps members serving with Montana No Kid Hungry -- explores how food programs have impacted three Montana school districts.

Crabb Ranch

CRABB RANCH is a story of partnership in conservation and the beauty of co-existence.

Delivering Hope to a Community

Hunger is a real issue in rural Montana. This is the story of how, through community initiatives & food programs, families can focus on building bright futures for their kids.

Food Frontiers

Food Frontiers highlights people around the U.S. who are improving access to healthy food.

Granbad

A young dyslexic boy inadvertently shows a bully that it isn’t ‘soppy’ to love your Grandad

Grizzly Country

Author and eco-warrior Doug Peacock reflects on the importance of habitat and why he continues to fight for wild causes.

Lunch Hour

A feature length documentary that explores the National School Lunch Program, childhood obesity, and our addiction to unhealthy foods.

Nosotros (We)

An inspiring, uplifting animated short documentary, that celebrates the "power of we" among Mexicans who had to face an unexpected but coincidental natural disaster.

One World Everybody Eats

In 1960 Wallace Stegner, sent a to letter to Congress about the importance of wilderness. His words are the framework for a new message.

Our National Mammal

Our National Mammal exposes the ruthless treatment of America's last wild bison and the people fighting to protect them.

Pa’lante (Forward)

Pa’lante (Forward), tells the brave personal stories of the people on the island that were impacted by Hurricanes Irma/Maria and showcases an Apprentice Program led by volunteers that are teaching locals carpentry.

Sky Migrations

Each fall our skies fill with raptors, a migration that relies on two hemispheres worth healthy ecosystems. Join ecologist and filmmaker, Charles Post, at the front lines of raptor conservation.

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