(US, 18 min, 2023, d. Jamie MoCrazy, Mark Locki)

When professional skier Jamie MoCrazy suffered a serious traumatic brain injury following an accident at World Tour Finals 2015, her life was flipped upside down. Following years of rehab, Jamie’s miraculous recovery helped revolutionize TBI treatment at Vancouver General Hospital and charted Jamie on a course to help others with TBI challenges.

Aiguille du Midi Operation: Electric Avenue

(Bulgaria, 17 min, 2023, d. Georgi Kerezov, Stoil Dimitrov)

Right next to the Aiguille du Midi peak, situated in a sea of mountains at an altitude of 3842m, stands proudly the legendary 50m high granite monolith Gendarme des Cosmiques. For the past 30 years it hosted only 2 climbing routes, Digital Crack (8a) and Arête des Cosmiques (8a), but this changed on the 10th of August 2022!

Bare Worlds

(Slovakia, 27 min, 2023, d. Pavol Barabáš)

We are the last generation to witness natural tribes hiding in the remote corners of the world. Once they disappear from our planet, we will also lose their ancient secrets of sustaining the delicate balance of nature on Earth.

Beyond Begbie

(Canada, 15 min, 2022, d. Zoya Lynch)

Climbing Mt Begbie is a “right of passage” for every hiker, climber, sledder, and skier who chooses to make Revelstoke their home. While this peak has created an entire contemporary culture in Revelstoke, its name and story only represent colonial history, with no reference to the Indigenous heritage of this land. Is it the outdoor community’s responsibility to help change this?

Captains On El Cap

(France, 53 min, 2023, d. Brian Mathé, Morgan Monchaud)

Seb Berthe dreams of climbing the Dawn Wall, the most difficult route in the world. To get to the foot of El Capitan, in the United States, Seb has no intention of taking a plane! Quickly, a team of 6 climbers, 2 sailors and a dog forms to take up a challenge and realize a dream: to reach the Americas on a sailboat to climb the legendary walls of Yosemite!

Chasing Kasper

(Canada, 11 min, 2023, d. Nick Waggoner)

A bicycle, in its essence, is a way from one place to another. But sometimes it’s also a way through something. For Tessa Treadway and her nine-year-old son, Kasper, mountain biking has soothed the grief from losing husband and father.


(France, 53 min, 2023, d. Guillaume Broust)

On the trail of nomadic peoples and the ancient Silk Roads, Thomas Delfino, accompanied by Léa Klaue and Aurélien Lardy, embark on an expedition to reach one of the most remote places on the continent. The Kokshaal-Too range is located in the Tian Shan mountain range, on the border of Kyrgyzstan and China, and harbors unexplored mountains and faces.

Cross Countries

(Andorra, 8 min, 2023, d. Kilian Bron)

In his new edit 'Cross Countries” Kilian goes on another tour, this time on some of the most beautiful North American trails. From the roots of mountain biking in the USA, to the dense Canadian forests and rock slabs of British Columbia, the best spots are all on show.


(Austria, 12 min, 2023, d. Johanna Brunner, Anjuna Hartmann)

Through an experimental and action-packed short film, Cycles portrays the four phases of the menstrual or lunar cycle. Its aim is to raise awareness among viewers about their own inner phases and provide a platform for the still-tabooed topic of the female cycle.

Don't knock on the heart... Trapped by Adršpach

(Czech Republic, 17 min, 2024, d. Stanislav Mitáč, Jakub Freiwald)

A short film about Honza 'Tatuš' Žwak, who made a new route in Adršpach in honor of the local pub U Tošováka and is currently preparing a new printed climbing guide of the area.


(Spain, 20 min, 2022, d. Ignasi López Fàbregas)

Marek Molek and Bruno Grassi are on the verge of reaching the summit of The Great Troll, the last and most difficult unclimbed mountain. A heavy storm, exhaustion and adverse snow conditions prevent them from actually reaching the summit, which is very near. Bruno and Marek argue about whether or not they should tell the truth.


(US, 16 min, 2023, d. Palmer Morse)

While navigating a myriad number of life challenges from being her mom’s care taker, working several jobs, to facing housing insecurity, Anjelica Avella turned to the outdoors in her mid-twenties to improve her mental health. Despite feeling the benefits of time spent outside for her well-being, the lack of other plus-size women of color she was encountering on trail was noticeable.

From above you can see better. Wanda Rutkiewicz.

(Poland, 76 min, 2023, d. Bartosz Kowalski)

A film about an extraordinary woman, important for Polish and world of Himalayan mountaineering. Follow the story of her path through life - from the beginning to today. Even though she was lost in the Himalayas many years ago - she still evokes emotions.

Girls Gone Hueco

(Canada, 70 min, 2023, d. Long Truong, Julie Ellison)

This film features 5 female climbers from the U.S. and Canada converging on historic Hueco Tanks, Texas, to celebrate the fiery girl gang energy that naturally happens when you get a group of strong ladies together. Coming from different backgrounds, the climbers each have a unique personality, perspective, and approach to climbing. The film will highlight those differences and show that there’s no one way to “be a climber.”


(Czech Republic, 53 min, 2023, d. Miroslav Haluza)

A unique Czech adventure expedition film that charts the return of two friends to the Matsés Indian tribe, which lives on the Peruvian-Brazilian border near the Javari River. Difficult terrain, accidents and dealing with dangerous situations are a daily guide in a world where help basically does not exist.



(Poland, 53 min, 2023, d. Adrian Dmoch)

A documentary film about the extraordinary challenge of a Polish runner who was the first to attempt to run 1000 km through the difficult terrain of northern Pakistan, along the three highest mountain ranges in the world: the Hindu Kush, the Karakoram and the Himalayas. All that to help children beat cancer. An inspiring film that asks the question whether a long and difficult run can be an allegory for the fight against serious disease.

King of Tens

(Slovakia, 25 min, 2023, d. Pavol Barabáš)

People have always yearned for the unattainable. They set off to discover new continents, climb the world's highest peaks, and break Olympic records. Slovak climbers have left a profound, yet silent legacy in the Himalayas and other regions. In the Tatras, Jozef Krištoffy braves the most formidable technical routes, pushing the boundaries of both nature and self.

Klak of Little Fatra Mountain

(Slovakia, 27 min, 2023, d. Jozef Dovičin)

Distant storm over Hlohovec, inversion, transformation of the landscape during four seasons, constellation Orion rising over Big Fatra mountains, conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. Time-lapse footage that has never been recorded in Slovakia in such detail.

Kumari: A Father’s Dream

(US, 30 min, 2022, d. Sean O'Connor)

Deep in rural Nepal, a group of childhood friends from low-caste families have started a trekking guide social enterprise that has transformed their home community of Kumari. Led by Jagat Lama, the guides have channeled their profits and energy into developing a self-sustaining community centered around many of the regions firsts: basic electricity, a women’s skill center, a local school, a working community farm and a medical hospital.

Make Life Ultra

(Belgium, 10 min, 2023, d. Bruno Keustermans)

A short documentary film that follows the exceptional journey of trail and ultra runners Rik Goris and Dina Roman. As world record holders for Triple and Double Everesting, respectively, Rik and Dina share their insatiable passion for running and the profound impact it has on their lives.

Mountain Turks

(New Zealand, 42 min, 2023, d. Mark Johansson)

'Mountain Turks' tells the story of Erik Bradshaw, an avid mountaineer who turned his crazy idea of building backcountry huts out of water tanks into New Zealand's first ski traverse, and in the process built a thriving alpine community. The film is a powerful testament to the transformative power of community, the limitless potential of the human spirit, and the enduring spirit of New Zealand's mountaineering community.

Mountain Workers

(Slovakia, 24 min, 2023, d. Pavol Barabáš)

Slovak mountain guides commemorate 150 years of organized guiding in the High Tatras. But what do their counterparts from other countries think about local traditions and their approach to this craft? Do they share the same opinions, face similar problems, and harbor equal aspirations?


(Iceland, 11 min, 2023, d. Sven Peetoom, Gríma Irmudóttir, Jonathan Damborg)

Náttúrubönd is a poetic inquiry in our changing relationship with nature, explored through the bond of four people with the Icelandic landscape.

North Trail Through The Czech Republic

(Slovakia, 30 min, 2023, d. Samuel Borsík)

After successfully conquering the long-distance route of the path of the SNP heroes, the “Orava’s bachelor' (author) again decided to pack his whole life into a backpack and embark on another adventure. Of course, he didn't forget to pack a camera and an intelligent company, the charming beauty “Kukučka“ (female golden retriever). The Northern Czech Trail stretches from the westernmost point of the Czech Republic, through the northernmost point, to the easternmost point of the Czech Republic. Experience the adventure yourself and let the cheerful couple from Orava accompany you.

Old Mountain

(Canada, 9 min, 2023, d. Rongqin Su)

A 74-year-old man with his dog, Messy, enjoys their wonderful skiing life in the snow-covered mountains.


(Slovakia, 27 min, 2024, d. Jakub Varinský)

A story of a young ultra runner who was the only Slovak to take part in the prestigious Backyard Ultra race in the American state of Tennessee in 2023.

Race through Slovakia 2023

(Slovakia, 50 min, 2024, d. Matej Pok)

First ultra endurance cycling race in Slovakia. Riders must pass 5 checkpoints and endure 1000 km in less than a week. 42 men and 3 women at the start. The race, where riders will test both their physical as well as mental strength.

Red Needle

(UK, 7 min, 2023, d. Dom Bush, Simon Sylvester)

Ultra-runner Sarah Gerrish lost one ovary to cancer at 15 and the second to surgery at 36, plunging her directly into surgical menopause and a bewildering world of HRT, brain fog and loneliness. Red Needle explores the stigma, trauma and lessons learned from Sarah’s life-changing experience.

REEL ROCK 18: Climbing Never Die

(US, 30 min, 2024, d. Josh Lowell, Nick Rosen)

Climbing journalist Matt Groom journeys deep into war-torn Ukraine to discover a community held together by climbing and patriotism, but indelibly changed by war.

REEL ROCK 18: Jirishanca

(US, 30 min, 2024, d. Josh Lowell, Peter Mortimer)

Renowned alpinists Josh Wharton and Vince Anderson attempt a free ascent of the Jirishanca, an epic 20,000-foot peak in the Peruvian Andes. The duo will have to tackle 5.13 face climbing, horizontal ice roofs, technical mixed terrain and treacherous snow mushrooms as they reconcile the inherent risk of climbing with their love of alpine adventure.

REEL ROCK 18: With My Heart

(US, 25 min, 2024, d. Josh Lowell)

Follow the philosophical journey of Japanese climbing phenom Sachi Amma, as he evolves from three-time world champion to traditional climbing purist, culminating in a visionary first ascent on the mythical Mt. Mizugaki.

REEL ROCK 18: Yeah Buddy

(US, 30 min, 2024, d. Josh Lowell)

Australian climber Angie Scarth-Johnson, who first made her mark setting records at a young age, teams up with veteran adventure climber Hazel Findlay to explore the best of Mallorca’s deep-water soloing.

Solo Peaks

(United Kingdom, 10 min, 2023, d. Jacob Chambers)

British adventurer and endurance athlete has set his sights on both summiting and running 218km between the three highest peaks in Wales and he hopes to be the first ever to complete this gruelling ultra-endurance run, set to take him 4 days to complete. Isaac will share his love for reconnecting with the outdoors as a natural well-being prescription for his physical and mental health.


(US, 15 min, 2023, d. Timmy O'Neill)

Soundscape features Erik Weihenmayer, a global adventure athlete and author who is fully blind, as he ascends a massive alpine rock face deep in the Sierra Nevada. Using expert camera work and emotive, novel animation to bring to life a concept by adaptive climbing pioneer Timmy ONeill, the film is a surprising and soulful adventure.


(Canada, 40 min, 2023, d. Francois-Xavier 'Fix' De Ruydts)

In a remarkable year, two gritty teams of hobbyist cavers are poised to break records for the longest and deepest caves in Canada. Against a stunning backdrop of natural rock formations, “Subterranean” digs into the oddly fascinating world of cavers to uncover a gripping story of adventure and (if they’re lucky) record-setting discovery.

Summit Dreams

(Germany, 18 min, 2023, d. Anna Theil)

The starting point of the documentary film are the critical entries of the climbers in the summit books of Saxon Switzerland from the 1980s. Summit Dreams meets the authors and accompanies them as they climb the Saxon sandstone cliffs, where they reflect on various aspects of freedom before and after the fall of the Wall. The film thus becomes a small piece of the puzzle of East German history.


(Czech Republic, 25 min, 2024, d. Lukáš Černý)

Film about a married couple, Jana Švecová and Martin Švec, both climbing incredibly difficult boulders on rocks. Jana is attempting to climb Terranova, an unrepeated boulder of grade 8C+ established by Adam Ondra in 2011. Martin is attempting to climb the boulder Drift, graded 8C, and along with Will Bosi, they climb the boulder Giuliano (8B).

The Bear Coast

(US, 17 min, 2023, d. Andrew Ackerman)

This short, informative documentary centers multi-focal storytelling with a local, diverse cast of characters to provide a nuanced account of contentious environmental issues that have real, lived impacts for Alaska Peninsula residents and bear populations alike.

The Present

(Chile, 18 min, 2023, d. Timothy Dhalleine)

Adventure short documentary featuring the story of Dimitri Poffé, a 34-year-old French traveler who left his native France to undertake a cycling trip from Mexico City to Ushuaia after tested positive for Huntington's disease. On his adventure accross South America, Dimitri visits researchers, associations and people affected by the disease to raise awareness and share a message of hope.

The Rhythm of One

(US, 18 min, 2023, d. Laurel Myers)

The world of mountain unicycling is not so different from those of skiing, climbing, or other adventure sports, yet you’ve probably never heard of it. The Rhythm of One is a portrait of Canadian rider Ryan Kremsater and the evolution of his riding as he strives to push the envelope of mountain unicycling, asking, “What lines would a unicycle ride if it was not influenced so heavily by biking and hiking trails?”

The Slovak Paradise

(Slovakia, 28 min, 2023, d. Vladimír Šifra)

There is probably no more rightful name to this tiny spot on Earth. In the eastern part of Slovakia, hidden in the shadows of the High Tatra mountains, we may discover a mysterious and inconspicuous territory, surrounded only by a crystalline water arteries cutting deeply into the sublime mountains, impervious rocks and passing time, which has patiently been reshaping its stubbornness into a unparalleled beauty.

The Vagabonds of Logan

(France, 40 min, 2022, d. Mathieu Rivoire)

At 5959m, Mount Logan is the second highest peak in North America. To reach it, Hélias Millerioux, Alex Marchesseau, Thomas Delfino and Gregory Douillard did not choose the easiest option. The approach is done on foot and on skis, in total autonomy, with 80kg per person to carry over hundreds of kilometers of moraines and tormented glaciers! We head for the East ridge, where the 4000 meters of vertical drop have never been skied before.

The World Is Ours

(Canada, 21 min, 2023, d. Nadia Louis-Desmarchais)

Currently, post pandemic, one in two young people show symptoms of anxiety and depression. The World is ours is a film that gives the opportunity to six Montreal teenage girls to leave their urban environment for the first time to take part in a nature canoe-camping expedition. By presenting their struggles and small victories, the film poetically and luminously embraces their vulnerability, emphasizing in broad strokes the power of female sisterhood and therapeutic intervention by nature.

Three Shades of Pyrenees

(Slovakia, 30 min, 2023, d. Jaro Tešlár)

Three friends come to the unknown Pyrenees with mountain bikes. They decide to explore the vast mountain range in three different locations, each of them offers different landscape and mountains and also a completely different style of riding. Sometimes it's just about fun and adrenaline on the trails, but when conquering high summits - the so-called cycloalpinismo or bike mountaineering - they also reach their limits. The Pyrenees are really colourful, and so is mountain biking...

Via Sedna

(Austria, 90 min, 2023, d. Ramona Waldner, Alexander Brugger)

When Caro North and Marta Guemes worked together on a social project as mountain guide and skipper, they soon realized that they shared the same passion for great adventures and expeditions into the unknown. Soon they began to dream of a joint expedition that would be different from anything they had experienced before. They wanted to sail with an all-female team from France through the rough Arctic sea to Greenland, where the climbers would try to attempt the first ascent of a Big Wall.