Alpine Trilogy (Doggystyle)
(France, 45 min, 2021, d. Damien Largeron, Brian Mathé, Morgan Monchaud)
Belgian pro climbers Nicolas Favresse and Sébastien Berthe cycled through Europe to tackle the Alpine trilogy, three of the most difficult routes in the Alps. With Kroux and Bintje, their dogs! In just 2 weeks, it is a real caravan of joy that embarks on one of the biggest climbing performances of the last few years.
Balandrau, Frozen Hell Over
(Spain, 79 min, 2021, d. Guille Cascante)
A violent wind and snow storm took the lives of ten mountaineers in one of the worst tragedies in the history of the Catalan Pyrenees. Balandrau, Frozen Hell is the first-person account of those who that day, more than survive, were born again.
(Canada, 9 min, 2021, d. Scott Bell, Mark Matthews)
In 'Blueprint' you'll experience a mountain bike trail coming to life before your eyes and explore the motivations behind the builders' creative expression.
(US, 95 min, 2021, d. Jared Drake, Steven Siig)
The 1982 Alpine Meadows Ski Patrol reckon with the deadly avalanche that struck on their watch, a miracle survival story, and the aftermath that still haunts them to this day.
Dhaulagiri is my Everest
(Slovensko, 64 min, 2021, d. Pavol Barabáš)
In 1984, Zoltán Demján summited two eight-thousanders without supplementary oxygen. His life lesson happens during his first ascent of Dhaulagiri in the Alpine style. On this vertical southwest pillar not only the highest difficulty of climbing awaits him, but also important knowledge that will change his life.
(Brazil, 105 min, 2021, d. Pedro McCardell)
After a lifetime of physical accomplishments that include teaching himself to walk at age 7, Getúlio wants to show others that anything is possible. Even climbing the highest peak in the Cordillera: the Marmolada mountain.
(Canada, 76 min, 2021, d. Lyndsay Nicole, Benjamin Jordan)
In pursuit of a dream, and inspired by a butterfly, an ambitious paraglider pilot attempts to fly across the United States, from Mexico to Canada, relying solely on the sun, wind and his own willpower.
Godspeed, Los Polacos!
(USA, 88 min, 2020, d. Adam Nawrot)
Five university students risk it all to fight for democracy in the Eastern Bloc after claiming the first descent of the world’s deepest canyon.
Growling Foxes And Crooked Roads
(Switzerland, 26 min, 2022, d. Steve Rémy Walker)
Jan has got it into his head to ride in one day with his road bike from Bern, Switzerland to South Tyrol in Italy. Three hundred and ninety kilometers is feasible — if there weren’t those six big mountain passes on the route! It’s a philosophical ride pondering the sense and nonsense of a challenge to self.
Home Sweet Home
(France, 15 min, 2021, d. Anthony Komarnicki)
Like a 'backyard explorer', I travelled by bike and paraglider for three weeks, never venturing more than 60 km from home. Can one really feel out of place without going too far?
House of The Gods
(UK, 44 min, 2021, d. Matt Pycroft)
The great northern prow of Mount Roraima soars from the depths of the Amazon rainforest like the prow of a gigantic ship. The inspiration to Arthur Conan Doyle’s, The Lost World and the Disney/Pixar's animated movie UP!, House of the Gods follows Leo Houlding and team on their real world quest through 100km of untracked jungle, into a unique slime forest and up the desperately steep cliff.
Made For Walking
(France, 17 min, 2020, d. Hélène Baillot, Raphaël Botiveau)
Sometimes at the feet of those who seek to cross the border clandestinely, sometimes in the hands of those who are in solidarity with them, low cost snow boots circulate between France and Italy. Their route reveals a mountainous territory where men meet and support each other in the rigours of winter.
(US, 4 min, 2019, d. Sämi Ortlieb)
Athlete/artist/designer/musician Sämi Ortlieb rounded up a motley crew of riders to create a segment unlike anything that’s been done before.
(Canada, 48 min, 2021, d. Caroline Cote, Vincent Colliard, Arnaud Bouquet)
For more than two months, in the heart of the polar winter and over a distance of more than 1000 kilometers in complete autonomy, two explorers will have to show endurance in order to achieve the set objective.
(Poland, 23 min, 2021, d. Zdeno Dvorak)
Short film about parents who want to bring up their daughter in nature and in the spirit of Norwegian Friluftsliv. Norwegian Friluftsliv is a concept which emphasises being in nature on your own premises, without need for competition or rules as it is in sports.
(Canada, 43 min, 2021, d. Heather Mosher)
After an ice climbing avalanche takes the life of her friend, professional climber and guide Sarah Hueniken finds herself questioning everything about her life in the mountains.
Precious Leader Woman
(Canada, 46 min, 2021, d. Cassie De Colling)
The movie invites us into the world of a world-renowned snowboarder Spencer O’Brien and gives us an intimate look at the determination and grit required to chase big dreams, revealing that our roots are often our biggest strength.
Red Route Home
(Slovakia, 40 min, 2021, d. Adam Lisý)
Even the unsuccessful thru-hiking trip on the SNP trail can turn into a successful pilgrimage for knowledge. It is going to be about the journey and kids who teach us, adults, how to live!
Sailing On My Dreams
(Slovakia, 38 min, 2021, d. Vladimír Porvazník)
Between 2013 and 2015, Vlado Porvaznik circumnavigated the world in his Civette II. Then, between November 2018 and August 2019, he set sail on his last big voyage and, together with climbers Martin Krasňanský, Juraj Koreň, Gabo Čmárik and Sylvia Krištofovičová, sailed all the way to Greenland.
(Canada, 19 min, 2021, d. Lara Shea)
Tyler Turner is forced to redefine his identity after surviving a skydiving accident. His reality transitions from simplicity and a flow-focused experiential lifestyle to survival and a wholesale healing process.
Snowmads - A Foreign Native
(Austria, 65 min, 2021, d. Jonas Abenstein, Karin Lechner)
A professional skier leaves his familiar world behind and spends close to a year in Iran, a country that he has become so fascinated by on previous travels and that is still so unknown to many to explore Iran’s beautiful and diverse mountains and also challenge his own western perspectives.
(Canada, 35 min, 2021, d. Jay Macmillan)
During Nepal’s 2015 earthquake, Canadians Kathy and Bruce Macmillan perished in a landslide that devastated a small village in the remote Langtang Valley. Three years later, their son Jay Macmillan travels to Langtang to reconcile his trauma, by retracing his parents' footsteps, relationship and exploring the land where they passed.
Stoneman Dolomiti Trail
(Slovakia, 15 min, 2021, d. Jaro Tešlár)
An interesting MTB challenge on the border of Italy and Austria, where it is necessary to collect checkpoints and meet the time limit.
(US, 4 min, 2021, d. Michael James Brown)
The Farmer spends his winters harvesting one of the most precious crops on earth: Powder. A local legend in the Wasatch Mountains, this film explores how his passion for efficiency and sustainability were utilized to maximize a lifetime of skiing.
(US, 114 min, 2021, d. Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi)
Follows the story of the Wild Boars youth soccer team who got trapped inside a flooded cave and their dramatic rescue.
(Slovakia, 78 min, 2021, d. Lucia Kašová)
Paul Johnson sailed the world all his life. He loved, drank and lived foolish, never truly living on land. Now he is turning eighty. Does fulfilling a dream always have a bitter end?
The Torture of Muro
(Slovakia, 22 min, 2021, d. Martin Murár, Michal Murár)
The dilemma of a teenager Muro about choosing his high school is connected with lots of questions. Can rock climbing, scuba diving and paragliding help him find the asnwers?
(France, 33 min, 2021, d. Ben Tibbetts, Jake Holland)
Facing some of the most challenging terrain in the world, Valentine Fabre and Hillary Gerardi, two world class athletes, attempt to be the first women to ski the Haute Route non-stop from Chamonix to Zermatt.
The Wall: Climb for Gold
(UK, 96 min, 2022, d. Nick Hardie)
Four female climbers face the sporting challenge of a lifetime as they attempt to compete in the first ever Olympic climbing competition at the TOKYO 2020 OLYMPICS.
This is Home - Matt Hunter
(Canada, 10 min, 2021, d. Colin Jones)
Freeride legend Matt Hunter is constantly evolving, but his vision for mountain biking has always remained true. Now with kids of his own, however, those precious moments are all the more enriched by the people around him.
(US, 93 min, 2021, d. Elizabeth Unger)
A Bolivian park ranger and a young Hong Kongese journalist risk their lives to go undercover and investigate a new, deadly jaguar trade that’s sweeping South America.
(US, 92 min, 2020, d. Max Lowe)
From filmmaker, photographer and National Geographic Explorer Max Lowe, TORN turns the lens on his own family, as the body of his father, is uncovered 17 years after his death. A profoundly intimate look at the Lowe-Anker family.
(Czech republic, 33 min, 2020, d. Jan Šimánek)
Marek Holeček and Zdeněk Hák, winners of the 2018 Piolet D’Or award for Satisfaction! route on Gasherbrum I, push their luck in Himalayas again. Two-kilometre northwest face of Chamlang that has not been permeated so far and seven days that can result in conquering the non-essential as much as losing everything that matters in life.
USA MTB Adventure
(Slovakia, 11 min, 2020, d. Jaro Tešlár)
Amazing trails which lead through deep forests, over mountain ridges or red rocks. Trails which test your technical skills, fitness and even fear, but which make you smile in the end.