World Journeys - Mixed Films | Live
Find your flow in the mountains of Turkey, experience Indigenous wisdom in Squamish, comb the shores of the Alaskan coastline, dance with harpy eagles in the Darien Gap and ski through darkness on your way to the North Pole. These journeys take you around the world, far from the comfort of your couch.
Attending in Person
Exit the North Pole: Santino Martirano, Videographer
If You Give a Beach a Bottle: Max Romey, Director; Eve Van Dommelen, Producer
Walking With Plants: Trevor Bennett, Director; Jaya Bremer, Production Assistant
Program subject to change
Follow The Light
From sunsets over dramatic landscapes to the illumination of hot air balloons and the warm ambience of Turkey, immerse yourself in this colorful adventure with riders Kilian Bron, Pierre Henni, Pierre Dupont and JB Liautard.
Walking With Plants
Styawat/Leigh Joseph is a S?wxw_ú7mesh Nation ethnobotanist. She grew up away from her traditional territory of Squamish, B.C. but in her search for a deeper understanding of her identity as a S?wxw_ú7mesh woman, she navigates walking between academic and cultural worlds. She contemplates her relationship with plants and their role as teachers on the very land where her ancestors have harvested them since time beyond memory and her life purpose is awakened.
If You Give a Beach a Bottle
Inspired by a picture book, Max Romey heads to a remote beach on Alaska's coastline in search of marine debris. What he finds is a different story altogether.
Aguilucho: Dance of the Harpy Eagle
In the remote Darién Gap rainforest, indigenous communities face the advance of loggers and cattle ranchers, an existential threat to their way of life and the ecosystem upon which they rely. When a rare Harpy Eagle nest is discovered near their community, the Emberá tribe of Playa Muerto find an unlikely ally.
Exit the North Pole
Børge Ousland is one of the worlds most experienced polar explorers. He has been to the North Pole several times, solo and with others. On this journey he is joined by South African Mike Horn for an insane 1500km skiing journey across the polar ice cap in temperatures below -30C and mostly travelling in darkness. Not surprisingly, not everything goes as planned.