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Sunday Film Lineup
Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival
World Tour in Pittsburgh
Sunday Film Lineup
Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is coming to Pittsburgh’s Byham Theater April 5-7. Experience incredible highs and agonizing lows through the lenses of some of the most accomplished explorers and adventure filmmakers alive.
After selling out our two-day festival last year, we added a third day this year.
With a special early start time, Sunday’s 3pm screening features stories of amazing kids from around the globe, families supporting one another, and people coming together outside to build community and fight for justice.
Youth and students get a special discount for the Sunday screening.
Note: Some films may have strong language or intense action scenes. All films are rated G or PG.
Beautiful clay-mation film!
Marcel and Andrezj are a legendary pair of mountaineers. They have been the first ones to conquer the highest and hardest peaks. Despite their different temperaments, they make a great team. Now they face the biggest challenge: reaching the virgin summit of the highest mountain. In order to achieve this, they will have to overcome formidable obstacles, suffer hardships and stand each other for a long time. But Andrezj is no longer willing to continue in Marcel’s shadow.
Feel of Vision
Rated PG – Course Language
After losing his eyesight in a hunting accident in 1997, Lonnie Bedwell described his blindness as a wall that prevented him from moving forward, from living a full life. Kayaking acted as a door in the wall that opened up to the whole world. Today, Lonnie spends his time engaging fellow blind paddlers in the spray and foam of whitewater.
In the backwoods of British Columbia, three small but dedicated crews of adventure seekers were quietly changing the course of a sport and carving their paths in history. The Moment captures the birth and success of the original free ride mountain bike movement.