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.)
Bayandalai - Lord of the Taiga
From inside his yurt deep within the heart of the Taiga, an elder of the Dukhas tribe muses about the significance of life and death in the largest forest on Earth. He is the last of the great reindeer herders of the Taiga.
REEL ROCK 13: Up To Speed
When climbing was announced as part of the 2020 Olympics, it was a monumental occasion for the sport. But many climbers were shocked to learn that one of three combined events required to compete for a medal is… speed climbing. REEL ROCK correspondent Zachary Barr looks into this little-known and seldom practiced sub-discipline of the sport, and the role it will play in shaping climbing’s future. Barr’s journey from the U.S. to France (the birthplace of modern speed climbing) to South Asia (it’s actually huge there) culminates at an international competition in Moscow, where speed demons race up a 15-metre wall in less than six seconds.
Okpilik - Inuit Nunangat Taimannganit
Mary Kudlak talks to us about fishing in Okpilik Lake near Ulukhaktok as part of the Inuit Nunangat Taimannganit video project.
Half a century ago, in the jungles of India, a young forest officer rallied the world to save tigers from extinction. Today, the creed is carried on in Far East Russia by the guardians of the last Siberian tigers, who risk everything to save the species