Family Friendly Films: Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival

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From the film Far Out: Kai Jones

A re-screening of family-friendly films from the 2018 Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival. 

Two times to choose from:
10:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m.

Related Films

Far Out: Kai Jones

Year: 
2018
Country: 
United States
Duration: 
5 Mins
Producer: 
Steve Jones, Todd Jones
Production Company: 
Teton Gravity Research
ADVISORY: 
General

Eleven year old Kai Jones isn’t old enough to go to the movies alone or order a sandwich at the pub, but in the mountains age doesn’t matter. He is following in his family’s ski tracks… right into backflips and tricks off of cliffs.

Choices

Year: 
2017
Country: 
United States
Duration: 
2 Mins
Director: 
Tim Dacosta
Producer: 
Caleb Weaver
Production Company: 
Lightbulb Media and Listen Up Media
ADVISORY: 
Parental Guidance: Coarse Language

A mountain biker has an amazing menu of rides to choose from but which will he pick?

Viacruxis

Year: 
2018
Country: 
Spain
Duration: 
11 Mins
Director: 
Ignasi López Fàbregas
Production Company: 
Ana Vega Pérez
ADVISORY: 
General

Marcel and Andrezj are a pair of legendary mountaineers. In order to achieve the summit of an unclimbed peak they will have to overcome formidable obstacles, suffer hardships and stand each other's company for a very long time. But Andrezj is no longer willing to continue in Marcel’s shadow.

Skier Vs. Drone

Year: 
2018
Country: 
Canada
Duration: 
4 Mins
Director: 
Mike Douglas
Producer: 
Mike Gamble, Mike Douglas
Production Company: 
Switchback Entertainment
ADVISORY: 
General

It's the classic battle of man vs. machine but Olympic Bronze Medalist ski racer, Victor Muffat-Jeandet isn't worried.

My Mom Vala

Year: 
2017
Country: 
United States
Duration: 
9 Mins
Director: 
RC Cone
Producer: 
Scott Ballew, RC Cone, Taylor Johns, Elli Thor Magnusson
Production Company: 
Tributaries Digital Cinema
ADVISORY: 
General

Vala lives in Reykjavik, Iceland and travels to Greenland for work and to immerse herself in rivers thick with migrating char. But for Vala’s 10-year old daughter, Mathilda, Greenland lives only in the stories that her mother tells and her own imagination.