5Point Film Festival This Weekend!

It's been a while since I've posted here at The MountainWorld blog; life has been particularly busy with the lead up and launch of my new project, Challenge21. But, I'm back, and will add more content here, and at the Challenge21 blog, regularly!

image from www.5pointfilm.org
Next weekend is the 5Point Film Festival in beautiful Carbondale, Colorado, and I've got the honor of being asked to be a judge for the festival.

As always, there will be amazing films shown at the festival, and great people in attendance. And, all will be guided by 5Point founder Julie Kennedy's core principles: respect, commitment, humility, purpose and balance.

So, come on over to Carbondale next weekend, enjoy amazing films, meet great people, and have fun in the hills of Colorado!

image from www.5pointfilm.org

Jake Norton is an Everest climber, guide, photographer, writer, and motivational speaker from Colorado.


  1. Margaret Dash
    Margaret DashApril 24,11

    A film festival in another Colorado city? Why didn’t I ever hear about this before?! The only film festival I know in Colorado is the famous Vail Film festival. This sounds like a great event. Great films and wonderful outdoor activities. I wish I could go!

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