Join us for a diverse selection of films from around the world showcasing remote cultures, epic journeys and tales of adventure, including North American and World Premieres.
NEW in 2019 – a different set of films each day on both weekends.
Four days, four different sets of films!
Saturday, October 26 (Eric Harvie Theatre)
Sunday, October 27 (Eric Harvie Theatre)
Saturday, November 2 (various locations – see Festival schedule)
Sunday, November 3 (various locations – see Festival schedule)
$65 Full Day (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
$35 Half Day (morning: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or afternoon: 2 – 5 p.m.)
The Redstone Pack
What began as an impromptu leap into the world of dog sledding, Aaron Natoniewski’s methodical approach to the sport and understanding of his dogs has inspired a team of sled hounds unlike any other.
Marcel on the Top of his Art
As Marcel Remy, father of the iconic Swiss climbers Claude and Yves Remy, approaches his 95th year, he decides to climb the 450-metre tall north-west face of the legendary Miroir de l'Argentine in Western Switzerland.
We Are Abel
We Are Abel features the story of a Gwich’in father who is standing against reckless plans to industrialize the Arctic Refuge and not only fight for his culture’s existence, but also for his son’s ability to know that culture fully.
RIAFN is a cinematic journey into the soundscape of the Alps where song and the calls of shepherds are condensed to create a motion picture driven by local character and rhythm.
The Last Mountain
The true story of the 2018 Polish expedition’s attempt on K2, the only remaining unconquered Himalayan peak to be climbed in winter. Tensions are high and the expedition is pulled apart when team members must perform one of the most extraordinary high altitude rescue operations in history of mountaineering.