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A unique collection of films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival. BIKE, CLIMB, SKI and more. Looking for some inspo? Look no further!**
My Last Day of Summer - 9 minutes USA It’s the last day of summer and Julia is at the local bike shop hoping that her bike can be fixed. While checking out the flashy displays of new bikes and shiny components, a comic book catches her eye and she soon finds herself on a ride like no other.
12,000km - 28 minutes Sweden The prevailing climate threat inspires a group of Swedish friends to travel by train and ferry from Stockholm all the way to Japan, in search of deep powder and the adventure of a lifetime. Along the world’s longest train ride, they make various stops in Siberia’s remote forests, exploring untouched mountains and experiencing the special Russian culture from the interior.
Mother Earth - 6 mins France Mother Earth is a short narrated by Daniel Wells, a member of Lil’wat First Nation. The film showcases the deep connection both bikers and First Nations have with nature and the necessity to listen and protect their environment. From open meadows to ancient forests, we discover stunning landscapes through the riding of professional-biker William Robert.
Climbing Blind (tour edit) - 46 mins UK Jesse Dufton was born with 20% central vision. As his sight degenerates, his climbing continues to make remarkable progress. Despite his devastating condition Jesse takes on bigger challenges by attempting to be the first blind person to lead climb the iconic Old Man of Hoy in Scotland.
Far Far Est - 8 mins Canada Most students spend spring break soaking up sun on the beach, but not Charles and Olivier. The duo show us how much fun you can have instead, turning their week off school into a real-life fairy tale, skiing and surfing on the North American east coast.