My Canyonlands: Film Screening and Discussion
Live screening of the film My Canyonlands: The Adventurous Life of Kent Frost and discussion with Jeff Frost.
Kent Frost was a backcountry guide extraordinaire whose passion for the red rock canyons of southeast Utah helped create and popularize Canyonlands National Park. A lifelong resident of the southwest with a passion for the landscape he called home, Frost took countless visitors on life-changing expeditions into Canyonlands in the very early days of river-running and commercial Jeep guiding. The 2009 film My Canyonlands: The Adventurous Life of Kent Frost is an enthralling and beautiful portrait of this iconic Moab-area local, made by local filmmaker Chris Simon. Join Kent Frost’s nephew, Jeff Frost, and the Moab Museum for a Zoom screening of this film and conversation about Kent Frost’s remarkable life and legacy.
Zoom Webinar ID: 848 1637 6005
- Timezone: America/New_York
- Date: Nov 03 2020
- Time: 8:30 pm
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