Movie Night: No Man’s Land

By MIT Open Space Programming

An evening of short films from No Man’s Land Film Festival, showcasing stories of women climbers.

An evening of short films from No Man’s Land Film Festival, showcasing stories of women climbers.

.: 6pm – 8pm.

All ages.

Contact

MIT Open Space Programming
MIT Open Space Programming
openspace@mit.edu
6177152541

Optional registration

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Free!

Location

  • In-person only.

Kendall/MIT Open Space

292 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
United States

Next to the Kendall/MIT inbound T stop. 

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Additional information

Registration recommended! Click here to register

About this event

An evening of short films from No Man’s Land Film Festival, the woman-focused adventure film festival based out Colorado. This screening will showcase five films, all featuring stories of women climbers: The Nose, Kakapo CrestConnection, Lady First and Superbloom.

No Man’s Land Film Festival (NMLFF) aims to inspire and lift up present and future generations of women to build a more equitable outdoors industry. NMLFF celebrates diverse gender identities and champsions the experiences of women, non-binary people and transgender men.

This program is presented in collaboration with the MIT Outing Club.

About this event

  • Registration is recommended!
  • Bring a blanket or chair along
  • Don’t forget to bundle up and pack an extra layer in case of chilly Fall weather
  • Sleeping bags, cocoa and hot cider will be provided to keep us all toasty

Keeping us safe: This event will follow all MIT policies and Covid safety guidelines. Face coverings are not required outdoors for vaccinated individuals, but you are most welcome to wear one if you wish. For unvaccinated individuals, wearing a face covering outdoors is required when unable to maintain 3 feet of physical distance.

Physical distancing will be encouraged at this event. More info on MIT policies can be found at now.mit.edu/policies.

About the MIT Outing Club

The MIT Outing Club (MITOC) is dedicated to helping the MIT and Cambridge community enjoy the great outdoors. MITOC members are students, staff, alumni, and faculty from MIT and the greater academic community who come together for year-round outdoor recreation in the company of other enthusiasts. MITOC members hike, climb, ski, bike, camp, tramp, backpack, snowshoe, and canoe to the highest, widest, most scenic vistas in New England and beyond!

With any questions, contact openspace@mit.edu.