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Celtic Cowboy screening free wilderness documentary Thursday

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Even if getting out into the great wide open gives you chills, later this week you have the opportunity to check out some of Montana’s great outdoors without having to leave the comfort of indoor heating.

On Thursday the Montana Wilderness Association gives a free showing of the film “Land of No Use,” at the Celtic Cowboy in Great Falls. The film starts at 6:30 p.m.

“Land of No Use” was released last year. It’s a film that follows a group of skiiers as they “visit Montana’s Wilderness Areas and explore the issues surrounding the lands where humans are mere visitors, in a state named for its mountains,” according to the project’s website.

The film was created by Henry Worobec, a skier/filmmaker from Bozeman. Worobec received more than $9,700 from backers on Kickstarter to help complete the project last year.

He’s said that the film’s goal was to take a look at the Montana Wilderness debate from the perspective of backcountry skiiers.

For more information, check out the event’s Facebook page here.


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