TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, DEC 8th AT 1PM!
Doors at 6pm - Films start 7pm
Adult. $18 -
Seniors. $14 -
DOS. $25 -
3Day PASS $48 (breaks down to be $16 a night)
(APPLICABLE SERVICE/HANDLING FEES APPLY)
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Enter number of tickets, choose the first day, choose mail or will call & choose your seat(s), once you choose your seat the option in the lower right corner gives you
which tickets you are choosing to purchase, click on 3 day pass, as it is already giving the discounted price at this time, add to cart, it then gives you the option to purchase additional tickets to this event and then you choose seats for the next day.
The 2018 Banff Mountain Film Festival includes over 30 films. The Banff Centre is working hard to finalize the licensing of each film and when complete, will announce the the 2018 Boise Banff schedule.
BanffMountain Film Festival
Monday,January 29, 2018
(2017,USA, 5 minutes)
Filmmaker:Lacy Kemp, Juicy Studios
FilmSynopsis: Mountain biker Micayla Gatto takes the viewer into herworld as a
painterand as an athlete, riding through beautifully created masterpieceswhere
colourscome to life and reality blends with art.
(2016,UK, 4 minutes)
Filmmaker:Ian Derry, Archer’s Mark
FilmSynopsis: For freediver Johanna Nordblad diving under the iceprovides a surreal,
calmingenvironment that helps heal her injuries.
(2017,USA, 22 minutes)
Filmmaker:Tyler Wilkinson-Ray, T-Bar Films
FilmSynopsis: American skier Aaron Rice sets out to ski 2.5 million,human-powered,
verticalfeet in the backcountry and set a new world record.
(2017,USA, 8 minutes)
Filmmaker:Scott Hardesty, Ultralite Films
FilmSynopsis: Forty-three countries down, Hera van Willick rides herbicycle across
continents,full self-supported, sharing her journey and what she has learnedalong the
WATERSOF THE GREENSTONE
(2017,New Zealand, 26 minutes)
Filmmaker:Simon Waterhouse, Resonate Ltd.
FilmSynopsis: Through the lens of one of New Zealand’s most importantcultural symbols – Pounamu – two women, Robyn and Hollie, attemptto tackle the world’s oldest adventure race: The Kathmandu Coast toCoast.
(2016,France, 7 minutes)
Filmmaker:Hugo Clouzeau, We Are Hungry
FilmSynopsis: Iceland. A cold, rugged and forbidding landscape wherepowerful rivers
plungethrough bedrock gorges, over massive waterfalls toward the sea. Acrew of
Frenchkayakers travel here to ask the question, “Why? Why do we do this?”
(2017,Canada, 16 minutes)
FilmSynopsis: Originally from Montreal, Conor falls in love with thenorthern way of
life,and a woman, in the Canadian Arctic. Now the young father helps topass on the
nativetraditions and ancestral culture to his son, as he learns themhimself.
(2017,USA, 29 minutes)
Filmmaker:Cedar Wright & Taylor Keating
Classification:PG-Coarse language &Violence
FilmSynopsis: Brad Gobright is beyond bold. From his runout and poorlyprotected
tradclimbs to his unimaginable free solos, watch as Gobright recoversfrom a back-
breakingfall and attempts some of the hardest ascents