BANFF Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour
Once again, we are delighted to bring the BANFF Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour to Fort William! This selection of films is always a sell-out and we have limited tickets available for online viewing. Book yours now and settle yourself down for some of the best adventure and mountain culture films of the last year.
Films will be available to purchase from the 19th to 25th February 2021. Once rented, you will have access for 48 hours.
Price – £10
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BANFF Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour Line Up:
Pretty Strong: Fernanda
Director – Colette McInerney
In this segment of Never Not Collective’s feature length film, we follow Fernanda Rodriguez in El Salto, Mexico, as she runs a campground, owns a climbing gym, and picks her hardest climbing objective in 5 years.
Voice Above the Water
Directors – Dana Frankoff & Eric Ebner
This is the story of Wayan, a 90-year-old fisherman who can no longer fish because of the amount of plastic piling up in the ocean. Instead he uses his fishing boat and net to pull trash from the water in hopes of being able to fish again.
Free as Can Be
Directors – Samuel Crossley & Justin Sweeney
When Jordan Cannon, a young climber infatuated with climbing history, meets climbing legend Mark Hudon, he commits to helping Mark accomplish his lifelong goal of free-climbing El Capitan.
Directors – Darcy Wittenburg & Scott Jewett
Where in the world is Tommy G? The Belgian freerider has been a bit aloof lately and wild rumours have been spreading throughout the mountain bike world. Rumours about breaking the sound barrier, riding on water and detonating berms with the sickest of styles.
Piano to Zanskar
Directors – Jarek Kotomski & Michal Sulima
Facing his future in retirement, “sitting in deck chairs and eating lemon drizzle cake”, 65-year-old piano tuner, Desmond O’Keeffe, decides instead to take on the most challenging and perilous delivery of his four decade career: transporting a 100 year-old, 80-kilogram, upright piano, from bustling London to the remote heart of the Indian Himalayas.
Directors – Alexandre Marchessau & Arthur Ghilini
48 days of adventure, 250 kilometres of ski touring, 3800 metres of ascent up Mt. Logan, a first descent down the East Ridge and a 400 kilometre river trip back to the sea. Fully unsupported, Helias Millerioux, Alexandre Marchesseau, and Thomas Delfino redefine what it means to take a long journey.