Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2018

We are very excited to be hosting the 2018 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Presented by Galileo Open Air Cinema at Kirstenbosch Gardens on Wednesday 7th November.

Keep your eyes on our Facebook Page to stand a chance of winning tickets to the Kirstenbosch screening.

We have a jam packed adventure filled line-up and we will also be featuring some of SA’s best new talent. See the full Line-Up.

Buy your tickets soon to avoid disappointment

2018 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival

Buy your tickets soon to avoid disappointment

2018 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival
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2018 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Lineup

1. Coconut Connection
Big wall climbing in Baffin Island
2. Ice Call Sam Favret
Discover a new perspective of the mythical Mer de Glace, at the heart of the Mont-Blanc mountain.
3. In Perpetual Motion
Krystle Wright is a photographer, that lives a semi-nomadic lifestyle in her quest to capture unique moments from extreme sports, expeditions and adventures across the globe.
4. Moment
They say that when you’re first born you have two real fears. One of them is the fear of heights. Engaging with that fear starts with a step–and ends with a step. The space between is just a series of moments.
5. Pursuit
Colossal weather patterns. Stunning
6. Searching for the Christmas tree
In search of China’s ultimate ice climbing. Stunning visuals. English subtitles
7. This Way Up
‘This Way Up’ tells the story of professional mountain bike guide Andy McKenna’s pharma-free face-off with Multiple Sclerosis and his quest for a holistic path to health.
8. Wild Coast
Paddle board surfing Vancouver Island
9. Going Solo
A story about a solo kayaker’s special bond with a river after almost drowning. We follow Andrew Kellett on his white water journey as he makes peace with Cape Town’s Witte River again.
10. Life in Orange
Growing up in the sport climbing Mecca of Watervalboven, Mel Janse van Rensburg showed little interest in rock climbing – but then he started ….
11. Where The Wild Things Play
This rowdy ode to female athletes by Krystle Wright leaves no doubt about the state of women in today’s outdoor world: badass.

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