Montana Film Office

Montana Film Office • 301 South Park Ave Helena, MT 59620 • tel: 800.553.4563 • 406.841.2876 • fax: 406.841.2877 • AFCI Member



Evelyn Eagleman (1948–2014) was born in Fort Belknap and raised on the Rocky Boy Reservation. In addition to devoting time to the arts, including beading, she taught Cree as a bilingual teacher's assistant. She created these moccasins below.
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Hi All --

We recently returned from SxSW, where the Montana-made film “Mickey and the Bear” was screened in competition. It was a great festival for this film, and I’ve enclosed the list of reviews from the Rotten Tomatoes link.

Montana and Anaconda are a stellar background for the film, and I’ve pulled out a notable quote below. We are looking forward to featuring this film in Montana festivals!

With outstanding contributions from cinematographer Murphy, and production designer Katie Fleming, the Montana setting infuses the story with a poignant vibrancy — the sweep of nature surrounding the central duo's trailer, the town's vintage deco neon, the viscous green light of a barroom haunted by Hank. The movie is set in foot-of-the-mountains Anaconda, where it was also shot. A former mining center, it's now home to a large community of military veterans, an aspect that initially drew Attanasio to the locale. For all her research, though, the film never lapses into a treatise or lecture. In Hank's struggles and also in a brief, piercing scene with Wyatt's aunt (Donna Davis) and Vietnam vet uncle (Ralph Villa), Mickey and the Bear transmutes its insights into fully fleshed drama.

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"Ernie the Cutbank Penguin" has a Canadian doppleganger...
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The Montana Film Office is beyond excited to share this amazing news -- 'Gunslinger Gulch Guest Ranch' formerly know as Pinon Springs, is now under NEW OWNERSHIP!! There will be an announcement of an upcoming open house, to be hosted in April, and we will keep you posted! Montana cast & crew members, and filmmakers of all kinds will definitely not want to miss out on experiencing this unique filming location, and the opportunities it can provide! Congratulations to Karen Broussard for her recent accomplishment in acquiring this incredible property in Anaconda! Let's shoot this!!!!
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"Mickey and the Bear" has been all the 'buzz' at SxSW, with all screenings completely packed to the max so far! Congratulations to the cast, crew & creative team for an an amazing job on an amazing film!
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Another stellar day at SXSW!
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Ready to put-in for our first leg of the road tour for our 6th season!!

Washington, get stoked! See ya'll on Thursday for #themostfunyoucanhaveofftheriver

Spokane: March 7th
Seattle: March 10th

Shoutout to our sponsors for making this the biggest festival to date: G.Loomis, Montana Film Office, Adipose Boatworks, Costa Sunglasses, YETI, Montana Trout Unlimited Lewis and Clark Brewing Company






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Montana Film Office • 301 South Park Ave Helena, MT 59620 • tel: 800.553.4563 • 406.841.2876 • fax: 406.841.2877 •