A Night Of Patagonia Films: Featuring Q&A with Surf Legend, Keith Malloy
May 18, 2019 - Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, CA - 7pm

Join us on May 18th, 2019, for four exciting Patagonia films highlighting mountain biking (Life of Pie), skiing (Treeline), running (Wolfpack), and surfing (Fishpeople), that showcase the connection between adventure and the environment and will feature a Q&A with surf legend Keith Malloy, director of Fishpeople.  


Life Of Pie

Directed by Ben Knight | Run Time: 12mins

In 2002, mountain bikers and entrepreneurs Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller moved to Fruita, Colorado, in search of cheap rent, world-class single track, and free time to ride. Over 15 years later, the two unconventional women have helped reshape one of the state’s most conservative towns, uniting the community through advocacy, inclusivity, and damn good pizza.



Directed by Jordan Manley | Run Time: 40mins

Patagonia Films presents TREELINE, a film celebrating the forests on which humans have always depended. Follow a group of skiers, snowboarders, scientists and healers as they explore the birch forests of Japan, the redcedars of British Columbia and the bristlecones of Nevada, delving deeper into the rich environments they call home.


Directed by Nick Waggoner | Run Time: 13mins

High in the San Juan Mountains above Silverton, Colorado, a pack of runners roam. Together they traverse mountain meadows and navigate mineral-stained peaks through the rugged landscape of their backyard. The Braford-Lefebvre family chose to live here in order to raise their family wild. Through hard times and the best ones, running is their tool for experiencing life together.



Directed by Keith Malloy | Run Time: 48mins

To some, the ocean is a fearsome and dangerous place. But to others, it’s a limitless world of fun, freedom and opportunity where life can be lived to the full. From surfers and spearfishers to a former coal miner and a group of at-risk kids in San Francisco, FISHPEOPLE is a film about the transformative effects of time spent in the ocean—and how we can leave our limitations behind to find deeper meaning in the saltwater wilderness that lies just beyond the shore.