Please join us at The Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver on December 2nd, 2022 at 7:30 PM.
This year, we’re pleased to be showing the Banff Mountain Film Festival ASPEN Program! If you’re looking for tickets, please go to the BMFF World Tour page.
Colors Of Mexico
2021, France, 4:39 minutes
Director: Pierre Henni, Kilian Bron
Production Company: Commencal
Discover Mexico and its magnificent mix of backdrops with Kilian Bron and his team.
2022, USA, 16:39 minutes
Director: Josh Izenberg, Brett Marty
Producer: Brett Marty, Josh Izenberg
Production Company: Speculative Films
Advisory: Coarse language
Biologist Tim Shields has watched desert tortoise populations in the Mojave Desert plummet since the 1990s. The latest threat? Ballooning populations of ravens, thanks to increased human activity in the desert. Tired of taking notes on a quiet catastrophe, Tim quits traditional observational biology in exchange for direct intervention.
Fabric: A Documentary Series, Ep. 4 Heritage (Tour Edit)
2021, Canada, 10:11 minutes
Director: Robin Van Gyn, Justin Taylor Smith
Producer: Robin Van Gyn, Justin Taylor Smith, Yulin Olliver
Production Company: FBRC Media Ltd., Happy Okay Pictures
Embracing identity and tradition to empower future generations of Indigenous youth, Hawaiian surfer Mainei Kinimaka preserves ancestral tradition through stewardship of language and tradition.
2022, Germany, 40:13 minutes
Director: Jochen Mesle, Max Kroneck, Johannes Müller, Philipp Becker
Producer: Philipp Becker
Production Company: El Flamingo GmbH
German mountaineers Max Kroneck and Jochen Mesle book a one-way train ticket from Munich to Thessaloniki – and start their 2500-kilometre journey back home by bike and ski. They explore the mountains of the Balkans, looking for the most beautiful ski runs and sharing good times with locals along the way.
2021, UK, 15:17 minutes
Director: Matt Pycroft, Matt Hardy
Producer: Matt Hardy
Production Company: Coldhouse Collective
Advisory: Coarse language
Tom Randall is a rock climber known for his commitment to training and the courageous and, at times, outrageous challenges he sets himself. This time, Tom has set his mind on becoming proficient and efficient in the sport of fell running and he has a madcap idea to try and complete the previously un-attempted Lakes Classic Rock Challenge and a Bob Graham link-up in 24 hours. That’s 15 classic Lakeland rock climbs, 42 summits, and 142 kilometers. What lengths is he willing to go to achieve his goal and when is enough, enough? Sometimes letting things go is an act of far greater power than hanging on…
2021, Netherlands, 18:30 minutes
Director: Geertjan Lassche
Producer: Jos de Putter
Production Company: Dieptescherpte BV
During the pandemic there were no foreign climbers in the Himalaya, so a famous Sherpa family decides to climb Mount Everest to clean the garbage left behind by others – thus restoring the holiness of the mountain and calming the gods.
Sheri (Tour Edit)
2022, USA, 18:42 minutes
Director: James ‘Q’ Martin
Producer: Emily L. Doig
Production Company: Q Stories
Advisory: Coarse Language
Sheri Tingey’s 60-year career as a woman who has defied the odds by starting a company at age 50 that has revolutionized the outdoor industry. The film is a story about the hurdles she overcame to launch the company, about the ways she hid from view so that people would judge the boats, not her role in creating them. At this watershed moment of reckoning around equity and inclusion for the industry, Sheri’s life story will both warm audiences, and ask them to grapple with important questions about who belongs.
Walking On Clouds
2021, Brazil, 6:49 minutes
Director: Renan Vinicius Kamizi
Producer: João Gabriel Juchem
Production Company: GO Visuals
In the city of Praia Grande, Santa Catarina, Brazil, Rafael Bridi attempts the highest highline record in the world by setting his line above the clouds.