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.)
Every day, skier Richard Permin falls into his mundane morning routine. Right after getting out of bed, he clicks on his skis and rides down the snow-covered rooftops of Avoriaz.
The Imaginary Line
In an act of political solidarity, a team from Mexico and the U.S.A. assemble with the sole purpose of establishing a slackline that crosses the border between them. In a world that is constantly tearing us apart, they come together to cross an imaginary line and tell a different story.
*in person attendance
REEL ROCK 13: Age of Ondra
On the heels of a historic 5.15d ascent, we follow climber Adam Ondra from his home in the Czech Republic, across Europe to North America, as he innovates new training methods, establishes upper echelon first ascents, and attempts to be the first person to send 5.15 on the first try.
Thabang Madiba somehow found his way into the world of trail running and in the last few years has become everyone’s favourite in the South African trail scene.
Queen without Land
This is a true story between Frost, a beautiful polar bear mother, and Asgeir Helgestad, a Norwegian wildlife filmmaker. It is a four-year cinematic journey to Svalbard where rising temperatures are responsible for dramatic changes in Frost’s ecosystem as the ice is melting at record speed. Asgeir is determined to document all that is being lost, but his task is far from easy.