Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival

Event Details

World Tour Film Program

A Dog’s Tale (Tour Edit)
2021, Canada, 5 minutes
Filmmaker: Darren McCullough, Darcy Wittenburg, Anthill Films
Advisory: General

There’s something primal about the feeling of the forest floor under your paws and smelling a thousand different smells all at once. The freedom of the trail is what we long for.

Can’t Beat This Place For Fun
2020, USA, 14 minutes
Filmmaker: Dawn Kish, John Tveten, Dawn Kish Photo and Film LLC
Advisory: General

Fretwater Boatworks is keeping the tradition of wooden dory building alive! These beautiful boats honour the dreams of Grand Canyon pioneer Martin Litton and encourage advocacy to help preserve these wild places.

Precious Leader Woman
2021, Canada, 47 minutes
Filmmaker: Cassie De Colling, Mack Stannard, Hayley Morin, Kiddo Films Inc.
Advisory: PG – Coarse Language

This is snowboarder Spencer O’Brien’s story from childhood to the world stage, coming full circle to embrace her identity and Indigenous heritage as she pushes forward, bringing her heart and soul to her next challenge, the backcountry.

Jump To Zero
2020, 8 minutes

Filmmaker: Drew Herder, Jaime Cantarovici, Adin Baird, Poptop Productions, Left of Creek
Advisory: General

A story of three BASE jumpers finding new ways to follow their passion while reducing the impact on their environment.

INSIDE- A Hole New Ski Experience
2021, Austria, 11 minutes

Filmmaker: Stefan Ager, Andreas Gumpenberger, Lensecape Productions
Advisory: PG – Coarse Language

After an amazing ski tour at the Grand Ferrand massive in France, where you can ski through stunning rock caves, a few skiers decide to take it to the next level in a huge cave in Slovenia.

REEL ROCK 15: Action Directe
2020, USA, 16 minutes

Filmmaker: Zachary Barr, Josh Lowell, REEL ROCK
Advisory: Coarse Language

French powerhouse Melissa Le Nevé spends seven years battling insane moves, inner doubt, and the burden of history to climb the most revered sport route on earth.

Breaking Trail
2021, USA, 30 minutes

Filmmaker: Jesse Roesler, James Mills, Jen Larson Roesler, Credo Nonfiction
Advisory: General

Amidst Covid-19 surges and civil unrest, Emily Ford and sled dog Diggins set out to thru-hike the 1,900 km Ice Age Trail in winter.

Please Read Our Health & Safety Guidelines

In consideration of the health and well-being of patrons, artists, volunteers, and staff - the following health and safety policy will be in effect until further notice:

FULL COVID-19 VACCINATION: will be required for patrons, as well as staff, volunteers, performers, backstage crew, and all others entering the Shubert Theatre.

IF UNVACCINATED: please bring proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance start time. 

FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL regardless of vaccination status, while inside the building, except while actively eating or drinking. A properly worn mask completely covers the nose and mouth, is secured to the head, and fits snugly against the side of the face.

How Do I Print My Tickets At Home?

The print at home tickets will arrive in a separate email from tickets@capa.com. This usually comes 5-10 minutes after the order confirmation email, and it will have the tickets attached as a PDF file. Be sure to print all pages if there are multiple tickets in the order.  

Because of the attachment from an unknown email, it can sometimes be filtered as spam or junk, so we suggest checking those folders. If the email with the tickets doesn’t arrive after 24 hours, contact the Shubert Ticket Office at 203-562-5666, and they can re-send it or have the tickets held at the Box Office for you.