No Man's Land Announces Virtual Flagship Film Festival April 9-12

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While we wait to continue our World Tour during these challenging times and uncharted territory that the COVID-19 pandemic has created, No Man’s Land Film Festival (NMLFF) is bringing the Flagship Festival to YOU. That’s right—for the first time ever, NMLFF is going virtual. (What? We’re hip with the times.)

If you missed our 5th Annual Flagship Festival in Denver, CO last month, we invite you to join us on April 9-12 for our first-ever Virtual Flagship Festival event. This is just like joining us for a NMLFF event, except—you get to do it from home! While we know that this definitely couldn’t replace the true theatrical, in-person experience of a NMLFF event, we thought that this was the perfect time to gather the hearts and minds of our community together in solidarity. We are excited to keep the motion going with the goal of reminding us all that our community, whether near or far, is as resilient as ever.

We want these films from our brand new 2020 lineup and audience worldwide to represent the new realm of femininity in the outdoors. NMLFF, an international adventure film festival that exists to empower creatives and athletes in the world of adventure film and photography, is and will forever be a vast network of dreamers who roam the world in pursuit of the radical. Join us as we adapt to these ever-changing times with the shared vision of un-defining what it means to be a woman in adventure, sport, and film.


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  • It’s easy to get tickets online and you have 5 hours to play the festival on any of your devices– so when you start and what snacks you bring are all up to you!
  • Throughout the virtual festival, over 65 films will be screened over 4 days.
  • At 7pm MST every night of Flagship, head to our Instagram @nomanslandfilmfestival to answer trivia and be entered into a giveaway!
  • In this year’s film programming, over 44% of the films shown feature women of color or those who represent a more inclusive face of the outdoors.

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