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Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour – Friday
June 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm$35.00
Drive-in Style at Carrie Blast Furnaces! Experience incredible highs and agonizing lows through the lenses of some of the most accomplished climbers, paddlers, skiers, snowboarders, mountaineers, mountain bikers, explorers and adventure filmmakers alive today.
$35 per person per night
Carless tickets are now available: No car? No problem! Bring a blanket and enjoy the films.
Limited parking will be available outside of the viewing area. Great option for those who wish to bike, walk, or ride in.
Doors Open 7pm | Film Starts 8:45pm
Friday Night Lineup
ACCOMPLICE: The Time Machine
Brothers Cam and Tyler McCaul head to Virgin, Utah for a two-wheeled game of follow the leader in this segment from Teton Gravity Research’s mountain bike film, ACCOMPLICE.
A Few Steps from Home
The idea is simple. A small mountain hut, a warm stove, and three friends. Even if the big cities of Munich and Innsbruck are almost in sight, wild mountain adventures can often be found right out the back door.
We follow Salomon-athlete Jeanelle Hazlett as she attempts to establish a Fastest Known Time (FKT) record on Mount Brunswick, British Columbia. One wrong step could mean serious injury or death.
The Ghosts Above
Advisory: Mature subject matter
A team sets out to solve one of the greatest mysteries in exploration: who made the first ascent of Mt. Everest. Every stereotype they know about the mountain and its people are turned on its end during this brutally honest look at one the busiest Everest seasons in history.
The Lonely Star
An ill-fated explorer finds himself marooned on a desolate planet. Alone with his thoughts, he is caught between a sandy reality and snowy hallucinations of winters past.
24 Leeches documents a family canoe adventure to the Slate Islands of Ontario, Canada and more importantly a way of life. One part family adventure, one part environmental film, 24 Leeches is a tribute to a father’s best friend and adventure partner, his 10-year-old son.
Ocean to Asgard
Advisory: Coarse language
Four friends travel to Baffin Island for a forty-day human-powered adventure, featuring first ascents, paddle descents, and a surprising number of wild flamingos.
An ode to the often over-looked device that enabled a sport and still acts as a central pillar of ski culture to this day.