Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
World Tour Schedule
View our schedule and find out more about a Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour screening near you.
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Watch the Intro Video
on the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour.
Don't just watch the trailers.
About the World Tour
The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour brings Banff to audiences around the globe. Immediately after the Festival ends in November, a selection of the best films go on tour across Canada, the United States, and internationally from Scotland to South Africa to China, Lebanon, Chile, New Zealand, Antarctica, and points in between. Each year, the films travel to 40 countries reaching more than 390,000 people at over 840 screenings.
Host organizations in each tour location choose a program that reflects the interests of their local audiences from a selection of films on exploration and adventure, culture and environment, and mountain sports.
The proceeds of many tour screenings benefit a local outdoor program, community cause, or a non-profit such as youth adventure and outdoor pursuit programs, search and rescue operations, climbing clubs, adaptive sport programs, conservation groups, and trail maintenance organizations.
Purchase tickets to World Tour Screenings through your local tour host:
Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival t-shirts provided by Icebreaker.
(Designed by The Banff Centre's Festival designer Kelly Stauffer)
In mens and womens: your choice of two colors in merino wool!
Bow Valley Power provides green energy to power the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival and deliver the films on the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour Canada and United States screenings.
Photo © Gimp Monkeys; Photo © Crossing the Ice; Photo © Andrew Burr