We hope to see you OCTOBER 6-8 2017 for the world famous Lone Pine Film Festival. Yes, Mix, Maynard and Hoxie lead the bill, but the Festival screens and stages for the weekend present a broad spectrum of western Film Fare from Silent, Early, and Contemporary Western directors and writers.
>>Visit The Lone Pine Film Festival website
For full tour descriptions, a daily schedule and travel information to Lone Pine with hotel, motel and campground links. Additional links are to Lone Pine weather, a new Mt. Whitney App for climbers, and recently released Alabama Hills’ recreation map from the BLM and the Alabama Hills Stewardship Group. Check out links to past programs, movie databases and memorabilia.
And last but not least, the weekend center of activity,
The Museum of Western Film History. Yes, a new name to represent the new and expanded mission of the Museum “to collect, preserve, protect, archive and exhibit original materials of permanent historical value relating to the history and heritage of the American Western film.” The Museum will continue to feature the films made in the Alabama Hills and the Eastern Sierra while expanding to include all Western films. Come see our new and updated exhibits and take a moment to meet our staff…and please consider becoming a Museum member to help the continued effort and commitment in honoring our Western film heritage.