Last week, the Uncommon Productions team hit up Park City, Utah for the world premiere of "The Last Mountain." The film debuted at the Prospector Square Theatre on Friday, January 21, and enjoyed five subsequent screenings at various venues throughout the prestigious film festival.
Thus far, general reception of the film has been positive. Here is a small sampling of the reviews that have trickled in:
- From The Hollywood Reporter: "As a call to arms for sympathetic viewers, the film is informative, stirring, and most importantly, inspiring, and should resonate for a likeminded audience."
- From The Independent Film Channel: "If you need something new to be incensed about, "The Last Mountain" will do the trick nicely. It's a frightening portrait of a truly dysfunctional capitalistic relationship, in which Big Coal soothes those who falls in its shadow with paternalistic language while literally poisoning them and the land on which they live."
- From The Faster Times: "Hopefully whoever buys it will make it required national viewing."