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Banff Mountain Film Competition

For over 38 years, the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival has showcased a selection of films from around the world during a nine day Festival that takes place annually in Banff, Canada. A pre-selection committee narrows down over 350 entries to approximately 75 finalists. The selected films are then viewed by our international film jury and shown to the public during the Festival.

For any questions please contact us.


The 2014 Banff Mountain Film Competition is now closed.
2013 competition information below for reference only.

Enter your film into the Banff Mountain Film Competition and bring the magic of mountain places and cultures, and the adrenaline of exploration and adventure to an appreciative, international audience.

WHY YOU SHOULD ENTER YOUR FILM INTO THE BANFF COMPETITION

A WORLD-CLASS REPUTATION

After 38 years, the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival has a proven track record as the world’s largest and one of the most prestigious mountain festivals in the world. The Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, presented by National Geographic and The North Face, is a program of Film and Media at The Banff Centre.

OUTREACH AND PRIZES

  • Be part of the largest mountain festival and film tour in the world.
  • Reach broadcasters, distributors, tour hosts and acquisitions agents via our online listings and on-demand screening room at the Festival.
  • Over $40,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded at the 2014 Festival.

AN OPPORTUNITY TO NETWORK

The Festival offers you the chance to meet other filmmakers and exchange ideas and collaborate in a relaxed atmosphere. It’s also a great opportunity to connect with leaders in the outdoor adventure world including athletes, adventurers, gear manufacturers, and media. Festival finalists are invited to join us in Banff during Festival week. As our special guests, attending film finalists will receive:

  • two film program passes
  • admission to special invitation-only events during the Festival
  • one hotel room for up to three nights during the Festival*
  • an invitation to introduce your film in person at our public theatre screenings

*Special rules apply when a film finalist is also a participant of the Adventure Filmmakers’ Workshop. For more information, please contact us.

AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN

Banff Adventure Filmmakers’ Workshop: Take your next adventure film project to a new level. This workshop focuses on topics essential to every independent filmmaker. The faculty are award-winning, entrepreneurial filmmakers and influential decision-makers. The format is lively and interactive with lots of opportunity for one-on-one feedback. And best of all, attendance at the world-renowned Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival is mandatory! Special rates are offered to filmmakers who submit eligible entries to the 2014 Banff Mountain Film Competition.

Check out our Adventure Filmmakers’ Workshop and sign up for email updates.

FILM ENTRY INQUIRIES

Email: karin_stubenvoll@banffcentre.ca
Phone: 1.403.762.6441

A WORLDWIDE AUDIENCE: BANFF MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL WORLD TOUR

All films entered in the Festival will also be considered for inclusion in our World Tour programs. If your film is selected, we will contact you to arrange a separate licensing agreement (including royalties).

Each year, we find that short films are very popular because of the programming flexibility they provide. No film is too short — some of our most popular films from the World Tour are less than five minutes long! If you are submitting a longer film, we encourage you to consider providing a shorter version (special edit or excerpt, 5 to 15 minutes long) for both Festival and World Tour consideration.

The World Tour programs span the globe, reaching over 380,000 audience members through more than 800 screenings in about 440 locations in 40 countries. From armchair adventurers to world-class climbers, from business leaders to schoolchildren, from Argentina to Iceland, and from South Africa to Japan – the World Tour is where you want your film to be. In addition to our well-established World Tour program, we also present a high-adrenaline, sport-oriented Radical Reels Tour based on our very successful Radical Reels screenings during the Festival.

How to Enter your film

The 2014 Banff Mountain Film Competition is now closed.
For any questions, please contact us.
Deadline: Was August 6, 2014.

The information on 2014 Entry Procedures and Regulations (pdf) is for reference only.

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Workshop supported by Big Rock Brewery, Goal Zero, Helly Hansen, Signiant, and SOLE.

2013 Film Competition Winners

From Crossing the Ice

From the film North of the Sun

View the 2013 Film Winners

Past Winners of the
Banff Mountain Film Festival

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1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | Groundbreakers' Series

Past Juries

2013 Film Jury

RICHARD ELSE (UK)

Jakub BroskoOne of Europe's best known adventure filmmakers, Richard Else has garnered worldwide recognition including awards from The Royal Television Society, and the Scottish BAFTAs. He produced The Great Climb in the UK in 2010, which is believed to be the world's first live, High Definition climbing broadcast. He is currently Executive Producer for Triple Echo Productions, producer of BBC Scotland's highly acclaimed Adventure Show.



"I felt very privileged to serve as a jury member for the Banff Mountain Film Competition and it's fantastic to be part of the wider Banff Centre community. Sharing views and gaining insights from fellow jury members is a valuable benefit, together with having the opportunity to see a wide range of the best mountain films from around the world. In such stimulating company and with the spectacular backdrop of the mountains, the work was hugely enjoyable and never arduous. If you get the opportunity to be a jury member, I'd wholeheartedly recommend you take it!"
– Richard Else

 

SILVO KARO (SVN)

Manuel CatteauProfessional mountaineer Silvo Karo is recognized for fast and light alpine ascents in remote areas of the world. In 1987, he and his climbing partner filmed a challenging ascent in Patagonia, resulting in Cerro Torre - South Face, a documentary that won accolades. Karo helped create mountain-genre programming for Slovenian television and is the founder/director of the Slovenian Mountaineering Film Festival Domžale.

 

BENJAMIN OBERMAN (USA)

Chris DavenportBenjamin Oberman is President/CEO of Film Festival Flix, a distributor of selected film festival films, a monthly theatrical series, and digital distribution platform. Oberman is at the forefront of the independent film community blending live events, the internet, social media, and traditional distribution platforms to create a new system that is successfully launching films into the greater marketplace on all major theatrical, cable VOD, internet, and home video platforms.



"It was an honor and a joy to serve as a juror for the 2013 Banff Mountain Film Competition. The Banff Centre couldn't be a more spectacular setting and the Festival staff more welcoming and a joy to work with. The experience of sitting with such an incredible group of professionals was thoroughly enjoyable and increased my understanding of film structure and storytelling to a new level. I developed new friendships and business relationships that will continue long beyond the festival. I would gladly serve on the jury again."
– Benjamin Oberman

 

MAGGIE RHODES (UK)

Tracey FriesenDirector, Global Acquisitions and Co-Productions, National Geographic Channels Worldwide, Maggie Rhodes runs the day-to-day operation of the Global Acquisitions department. Rhodes acquires programming to air across four channels in 171 territories worldwide – for the National Geographic Channel (US and International), Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo Adventure, and National Geographic HD. Rhodes joined National Geographic Channels in December 2005.



"It was an absolutely honor and a pleasure serving on the film jury for the 2013 Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival. I thoroughly enjoyed having the opportunity to meet and spend time with the talented, accomplished, and engaging members of the jury. And after watching countless hours of films every day for the week, I was thoroughly impressed throughout by the caliber and creativity of the filmmakers whose work was part of the festival. I felt very fortunate to have been selected to be part of this wonderful experience, and I would highly recommend it to anyone. I can't wait to get back to that beautiful setting in Banff to see all the lovely folks who run the festival and make The Banff Centre the impressive place it is."
– Maggie Rhodes

 

KERRY STAUFFER (CAN)

Jaki OchsExecutive Director, Film & Media, The Banff Centre, Kerry Stauffer leads programming initiatives that create content opportunities for artists and filmmakers in digital film, media research, music recording, radio and online content production, and CD residencies. Stauffer has also produced and edited national television specials for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and has produced, directed, and edited the BRAVO Banff Masters series, an in-depth profile of producers, writers, and directors from around the world.

 

JOHN LOOSE (USA)

Tracey FriesenDolby Audio Award Adjudicator, John Loose, Sr. Manager, AV and Media Production, Dolby Laboratories, is a leading next-generation mixer and audio producer. Loose has pushed Dolby surround sound systems to deliver more precision, accuracy, and envelopment with each new technology. Currently, he is mixing and instructing object-based audio with Dolby® Atmos. His music, sound design, and mixing work, is on hundreds of DVDs, Blu-ray Discs as well as theatrical trailers and films. Last year, he was a re-recording mixer on the epic Red Bull mountain bike film Where the Trail Ends, mixed at Skywalker Sound in 7.1 channels.

2013 A-Z Film Finalists

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2013, USA, 5 min.
Saturday, November 3 | 7 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

Antarctica: A Year on Ice

2013, New Zealand, 92 min.
Saturday, October 26 | 3:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Be The Trail

2013, Canada, 5 min.
Tuesday, October 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie
Tuesday, October 9 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre (Simulcast)

The Beauty of the Irrational

2012, South Africa, 6 min.
Saturday, November 2 | 9:15 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

Beyond the Edge

2013, New Zealand, 90 min.
Thursday, October 31 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Burn

2012, Canada, 6 min.
Wednesday, October 30 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre

El Campo es Vida

2013, USA, 10 min.
Friday, November 1 | 8:00 p.m. | Max Bell Auditorium

Cascada

2012, USA, 7 min.
Tuesday, October 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Tuesday, October 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre (Simulcast)
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium

Castles in the Sky

2013, USA, 4 min.
Saturday, October 26 | 12:00 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Chasing Summits

2013, France, 20 min.
Tuesday, October 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Tuesday, October 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre (Simulcast)

Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo

2012, Canada, 54 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium

Danny Macaskill's Imaginate

2013, United Kingdom, 7 min.
Tuesday, October 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Tuesday, October 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre (Simulcast)

A Dark Cloud on Top of the World ( Un nuage sur le toit du monde)

2012, France, 52 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium

Down the Line

2012, Canada, 22 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program. | Max Bell Auditorium

Dubai - A Skier's Journey

2012, Canada, 10 min.
Wednesday, October 30 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Echoes - Outside is hot and sticky

2012, United Kingdom, 17 min.
Friday, November 1 | 8:00 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

An Endless Spring Day

2012, Canada, 4 min.
Wednesday, October 30 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Expedition to the End of the World

2013, Denmark, 90 min.
Sunday, October 27 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Fence

2013, Canada, 2 min.
Thursday, October 31 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

A Fine Line

2012, Spain, 53 min.
Saturday, November 2 | 8:00 p.m. | Max Bell Auditorium

Flow: The Elements of Free Ride

2013, USA, 3 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Geyikbayiri

2013, Turkey, 28 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Gregg Treinish, A MoveShake Story

2012, USA, 15 min.
Sunday, October 27 | 12:00 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

A Hand To Stand

2013, Canada, 22 min.
Saturday, October 26 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Heaven's Gate

2013, Finland, 48 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program. | Max Bell Auditorium

Helicopter Rescuer In the Himalayas

2012, Switzerland, 92 min.
Saturday, November 2 | 9:15 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

High Tension

2013, USA, 37 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program. | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program. | Max Bell Auditorium

Highway Wilding

2012, Canada, 22 min.
Saturday, October 26 | 12:00 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

I AM RED

2013, USA, 4 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre

In Search of Fire

2011, Germany, 11 min.
Sunday, November 3 | 2:00 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

Into the Mind

2013, Canada, 71 min.
Sunday, November 3 | 2:00 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

Je veux

2012, Germany, 13 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium

The Joy of Air

2013, USA, 4 min.
Saturday, October 26 | 12:00 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Karim, Non-Stop

2013, Spain, 40 min.
Saturday, October 26 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Keeper of the Mountains

2013, USA, 24 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium

Kunye

2013, South Africa, 7 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium

Kurt and the Chairlift (Kurt und der Sessellift)

2012, Switzerland, 20 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Last Great Climb

2013, UK, 60 min.
Friday, November 1 | 8:00 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

The Last Ice Merchant (El Último Hielero)

2012, USA, 14 min.
Thursday, October 31 | 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Less is More

2013, Germany, 5 min.
Saturday, October 26 | 12:00 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Let Go (Loslassen)

2013, Germany, 24 min.
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2 | Daytime Program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3 | Daytime Program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Let's Go Get Small

2013, Norway, 34 min.
Wednesday, October 30 | 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Life Cycle Project

2013, Canada, 16 min.
Sunday, October 27, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Life on Ice

2013, USA, 15 min.
Saturday, October 26, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Living with Lava

2012, United Kingdom, 85 min.
Sunday, October 27, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Made of Steel (Vilje av Stal)

2012, Norway, 73 min.
Saturday, November 2, 8 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Maidentrip

2013, USA, 82 min.
Saturday, November 2, 8 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

The Man who Lived on his Bike

2012, Canada, 3 min.
Saturday, October 26, 3:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Mission Antarctic

2013, france, 37 min.
Saturday, October 26, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Moments Between

2013, Canada, 8 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium

North of the Sun (Nordfor Sola)

2012, Norway, 46 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium

NotBad

2013, Canada, 30 min.
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Notes on Ice

2013, United Kingdom, 25 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Off-width Outlaw

2013, USA, 5 min.
Saturday, November 3, 8 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Poor Man's Heli

2013, Canada, 6 min.
Sunday, November 3, 2 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

Push It

2012, United Kingdom, 26 min.
Friday, November 1, 8 p.m. | Max Bell Auditorium

The Questions We Ask

2013, Canada, 4 min.
Friday, November 1, 8 p.m. | Max Bell Auditorium

Resounding Silence

2013, Australia, 16 min.
Friday, November 1, 8 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Return of the Eagles

2010, Ireland, 26 min.
Sunday, October 27, 3:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Return to the Tepuis

2013, USA, 9 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program. | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program. | Max Bell Auditorium
Saturday, November 3, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Road from Karakol

2013, USA, 26 min.
Sunday, November 3, 2 p.m. | Rolston Recital Hall

Rockin'Cuba

2013, France, 28 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program.| Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program.| Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program| Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program| Max Bell Auditorium

The Rollerman

2011, Germany, 3 min.
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Ryan's Story

2013, USA, 7 min.
Saturday, October 26, noon | Eric Harvie Theatre

Sea of Rock

2012, Switzerland, 12 min.
Saturday, November 2,Daytime program| Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2,Daytime program| Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium

The Secrets of the Glom Mountain

2013, Norway, 49 min.
Saturday, October 26, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Sensei

2013, USA, 26 min.
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Sensory Overload

2013, USA, 8 min.
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Silbergeier

2012, France, 18 min.
Saturday, November 2, 8 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Snows of the Nile

2013, USA, 20 min.
Sunday, October 27, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Spice Girl

2013, USA, 24 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Split of a Second

2012, Sweden, 8 min.
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie theatre
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham theatre

STAND

2013, Canada, 46 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium
Saturday, November 3, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

STEPS - The Ride Greener Film

2013, Switzerland, 50 min.
Saturday, November 2, 8 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Streams of Consequence

2013, USA, 28 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium
Saturday, November 3, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Sufferfest

2013, USA, 18 min.
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

The Summit

2013, Ireland, 95 min.
Saturday, October 26, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Supervention

2013, Norway, 97 min.
Wednesday, October 30, 7:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Tea or Electricity (Thé ou Eléctricité)

2012, Belgium, 93 min.
Thursday, October 31, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

Through Ice and Time

2013, Canada, 19 min.
Sunday, October 27, 3:30 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Tri(p)-color

2013, Switzerland, 3 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program| Eric Harvie Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program| Rolston Recital Hall
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Sunday, November 3, Daytime program | Max Bell Auditorium

Valhalla

2013, USA, 53 min.
Friday, November 1, 8 p.m. | Eric Harvie Theatre

Vultures of Tibet

2013, USA, 21 min.
Thursday, October 31, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

The Waiting Game

2013, Italy, 41 min.
Friday, November 1, 8 p.m. | Max Bell Auditorium

Walled In

2013, USA, 34 min.
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program. | Margaret Greenham Theatre
Saturday, November 2, Daytime program. | Max Bell Auditorium
Saturday, November 3, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

The Water Tower

2012, USA, 27 min.
Thursday, October 31, 7:30 p.m. | Margaret Greenham Theatre

When Hari Got Married

2012, India, 75 min.
Saturday, October 26, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre

Wide Boyz

2011, United Kingdom, 50 min.
Saturday, November 2, 8 p.m. | Max Bell Auditorium

The Wild West: True Grit

2012, USA, 48 min.
Sunday, October 27, Daytime program | Eric Harvie Theatre


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