Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival is the largest, and one of the most prestigious, mountain festivals in the world. Traveling to exotic landscapes and remote cultures, and bringing audiences up-close and personal with adrenaline-packed action films, the 2019 World Tour is an exhilarating and provocative exploration of the mountain world.
Join Maine Sport Outfitters when Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour brings the spirit of outdoor adventure to Midcoast Maine, at the Camden Hills Regional High School on Friday, February 8th at 7:00 PM, Saturday, February 9th at 7:00 PM and Sunday, February 10th at 4:00 PM.
Tickets are still available for our Sunday matinee! $10 in-store, $5 for students or $12 at the door. Film selections for each night can be found below.
Rouge Elements: Corbet's Couloir | Best opener of the year. Lots of action and a good laugh at the end.
Fast Horse | A well made mini-doc about first nations bareback horse racing. Packs a lot of punch.
My Mom Vala | A mother/daughter fly fishing short set in Iceland and Greenland.
Surviving the Outback | Engaging solo expedition film that takes viewers to a seldom seen part of the world.
The Moment | Chronicles the rise of free ride mountain biking in 1990's British Columbia. Lots of crashes.
Brothers of Climbing | A climbing/inclusion film with a youthful, contemporary feel.
Liv Along the Way | A mountaineering film with a strong female lead character and amazing European Alps scenery.
The Frenchy | This year's audience favorite. Jacques leaves everyone smiling on their way out of the theatre.
Dreamride 3 | Fun and visually exciting mountain biking opener.
Grizzly Country | Eco-warrior Doug Peacock recounts his years living with grizzly bears in Yellowstone country.
Far Out: Kai Jones | Great little ski short featuring an 11 year old phenom ripping it up at Jackson Hole.
This Mountain Life: Coast Range Traverse | This year's leading long film. Features an epic ski touring adventure by a mother/daughter team along with some beautiful British Columbian and Alaskan mountain scenery.
Surface | An artist's creative take on surf photography takes viewers on a mini-visit to the tropics.
Brotherhood of Skiing | An interesting and cheerful look at the African American ski experience.
For the Love of Mary | A mountain "running" film featuring this year's favorite nonagenarian and a couple great laughs.
Ice and Palms | Two friends from Germany set out to traverse the Alps by bike and ski. Fast paced adventure ensues.
The Life of Glide | Jeremy Jones shares his love of gliding over snow in this well shot film.
Sacred Strides | Members of several western Indian tribes rally to protect sacred lands at Bear's Ears National Monument.
The Beaver Believers | Great little environment film with a totally like-able female lead and lots of cute critters.
Boy Nomad | Excellent cultural film with a sunny lead character and an exotic Mongolian location.
RJ Ripper | Rajesh overcomes poverty to become Nepal's best mountain biker. Nice cultural film.
Viacruxis | Creative and funny animated short from Spain. Kids love it.
Reel Rock - Break on Through | 21 year old Margo Hayes kills it in this well made and entertaining rock climbing film.
Skier vs. Drone | A fun and fast race to the finish line.