Filmmaker Looks for Mount Monadnock Relics and Stories

The first ever documentary about Mount Monadnock, one of the most-climbed mountains in the world, is in the works. Rabbit Ears Films is producing the project and the film company’s co-founder Steve Hooper (phone 603 357-8356) is reaching out to find interesting stories about the mountain.  (See Monadnock: The Mountain that Stands Alone via YouTube.) Hopper and others involved will be in Hancock on Tuesday to discuss the film. The public is invited to attend.

It’s a community-driven non-profit film company (founded by the Keene Sentinel’s Steve Hooper and Amanda Borozinski) that’s compiling stories, images, old footage and relics to capture the magic and allure of our regional emblem. We’ll see a short preview and hear about this remarkable project from Daniel White, who works for Florentine Films in Walpole, and others involved. If you’ve got a compelling story, relics, old photos or movies, the producers are all ears.  – UNH Extension Service event listing

Mount Monadnock: A Documentary will be presented on Tuesday, August 11 at the Harris Center for Conservation Education, 83 Kings Highway, Hancock, starting at 7 p.m. For general information call the Harris Center at 603-525-3394 or e-mail.

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