2021/22 Virtual World Tour– Sage Program
New World Tour programs are available from November 25, 2021.
Use the film listings below to explore information on all the films within the program.
Film Program Length: Approximately 2 hours.
The program has a 3-day rental period (time starts ticking once you start watching). The rental period begins immediately upon viewing (as soon as you press play).
Price: $18.50 CAD / $15 USD
You will need to have an internet or wifi connection to view the films, as they are available only through online streaming (not download). Note: The only way to view the programs offline is via the Festival app, after the initial online purchase.
If you have technical questions, check out the Help Centre for more information.
Support your local tour host by viewing the online programs through their unique link, and they will receive a portion of the revenue!
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Sage Film Program
Sämi Ortlieb has quietly been producing some of the most creative segments in skiing over the past few years, taking his über-well-rounded skill set from the streets to the backcountry and everything in between. For the 2019 season he rounded up a motley crew of riders to create a segment unlike anything that’s been seen before.
Within the sport of kayaking, exists whitewater--and within that, the mysterious sect of "squirtboating", which has been facing its slow demise since its heyday in the early 1990s.
Learning To Drown
Jess Kimura, considered one of the most influential female snowboarders in the world was at the top of her career when she lost the love of her life in a tragic accident. Her grief led her in a direction she could have never anticipated.
This is the story of Romana, who is an Austrian biologist. Insects are her passion and she takes us on a trip to discover the home of the many endemic and endangered species that live in Gesäuse National Park.
Arves-En-Ciel (Tour Edit)
Camille and Antoine, two French slackliners and alpinists have a dream, to walk between two iconic rock towers. Arves-En-Ciel tells the story of an amazing project, which required a huge team of invested people to be fulfilled.
JURRIA - The Guardians of the Pole (Tour Edit)
'Jurria - The Guardians of the Pole' is the story of Master Paco and his passion for the pole jump and is filmed entirey on Gran Canaria, The Canary Islands. The pole was a tool which let the first Canarian settlers travel quickly through the difficult topography in search of their flocks. Today the activity is alive thanks to the teaching of Master Paco, who has shared his knowledge with the new generations.
Swissway to Heaven (Tour Edit)
Switzerland is a true paradise for multi-pitch climbing and is where climber Cedric Lachat was born and raised. Through his unique sense of humor and unbridled enthusiasm, we experience the beauty and awe of some of the most iconic mountain ranges and peaks.