6:30pm – 9:30pm

Mountainfilm on Tour- San Antonio is coming to Confluence Park! Join us the evening of Thursday, October 3rd to experience a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and inspiring documentary films handpicked from the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado.
Presented by the San Antonio River Foundation, this film festival will galvanize stewardship and awaken your love of nature. A Mountainfilm presenter will guide you through the program providing insight on the films, filmmakers and subjects. Paired with delightful morsels and libations, your night by the River will be one of discovery and change.

Proceeds benefit the San Antonio River Foundation’s vision to inspire stewardship.



Venue and Parking

Confluence Park, 310 W. Mitchell Street, San Antonio, TX 78204.

Because this evening acknowledges the park’s low environmental footprint, we encourage you to consider carpooling or using rideshare. Additionally, Confluence Park is located on the Mission Reach Trail and is easily accessible by bike.

Parking options will be posted soon. Street parking is available on McKay Ave and King Roger Street.


Thank you for your interest in sponsoring Mountainfilm on Tour- San Antonio. We offer multiple sponsorship levels, each with numerous benefits. Click HERE to download the sponsor packet. For questions, please contact Albert S. Carmona at 210.224.2694 or

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San Antonio River Foundation

100 E. Guenther Street
San Antonio, TX 78204

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Tel: 210.224.2694

Your Generosity Has Changed Your World

Since 2003, our Foundation has privately raised and reinvested over $38 million dollars in enhancing your San Antonio River experience. Our project partners —the San Antonio River Authority, Bexar County, the City of San Antonio, and the US Army Corps of Engineers — have invested over $384 million in river improvements for our community. Together, our investments have added over $1.5 billion in economic impact through adjacent private investment and development.