2020 environMINT Online Film Screening


Northern Plains Resource Council and Montana International Film Festival (MINT) invite you to join us this Mother’s Day for an online, community film screening!

The featured film will be MOTHERLOAD, an award-winning, crowdsourced documentary about a new mother’s quest to understand the increasing isolation and disconnection of the digital age, its planetary impact, and how bikes, especially cargo bikes, could be an antidote.

Please join us for a virtual screening:

Sunday, May 10
2:00 PM
Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Liz Canning!


Ticket price is pay-what-you-can on a sliding scale from $5 to $15, with all proceeds benefiting the programming of Northern Plains and MINT. Plus, your ticket automatically enters you in a drawing to win a bike-themed gift basket.

You can also get a code to view the film for FREE when you spend $25 or more with one of our sponsors:

  • The Bike Shop (1934 Grand Ave., Billings)
  • The Ride Cyclery (516 N. 32nd St., Billings)

Simply send a photo of your receipt for purchases made April 27-May 10 to claire@northernplains.org to receive your viewing code.

Click here to watch the trailer.

Click here for the film’s official website.

This screening is brought to you by environMINT, a collaboration between Northern Plains Resource Council and the Montana International Film Festival (MINT)

About MINT
MINT procures its name from Montana International and is a film organization located in Billings, Montana. Our purpose is to connect Montana through film and education from around the world. We accomplish this through the MINT Film Festival each fall, and with film screenings, workshops, and special events throughout the year.

About Northern Plains Resource Council
Northern Plains is a grassroots conservation and family agriculture group that organizes Montanans to protect our water quality, family farms and ranches, and unique quality of life. The environMINT film festival provides us the opportunity to share our values with a broader community, and to bring important stories to our area through film.