The European Outdoor Film Tour is coming to the UK this October, and it’s packed with everything from mountain climbing to slacklining
Fancy seeing Dani Arnold take on the Matterhorn, Xavier de la Rue freeride the Lofoten Islands or Ben Masters cross the USA on wild mustangs? Then get yourself down to the European Outdoor Film Tour (E.O.F.T).
Now in its 15th season, the tour takes in 300 venues across Europe, showcasing some of the best outdoor films of the year. It heads to the UK on 31 October, with shows in London, Bristol, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester and Birmingham. See the EOFT website for more venues and dates.
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TAMARA: AT THE PEAK OF EMOTIONS
In 2014, Tamara Lunger made her way back to Pakistan with alpinist Klaus Gruber to take on the biggest challenge of her mountaineering career. Between fear, passion and happiness—this is a portrait of a woman who lives and loves extremes.
BURN IT DOWN: FAST DESCENTS IN DOWNHILL PARADISE
The winding roads of the western Sierra Nevada are seemingly endless. They are perfect for James Kelly, and there is no stopping the longboarder as he rips down the asphalt at 70 km/h, blasting through curves without brakes.
UNBRANDED: ACROSS THE USA ON WILD MUSTANGS
Ben Masters’ rides wild mustangs across his native United States, a 3,000-mile crossing desert trails, wild plains and the grand canyons.
UNREAL: ESCAPE ON TWO WHEELS, FLEEING REALITY
Professional mountain biker Brandon Semenuk races herds of horses jumps glaciers and lands the biggest front flip in MTB history. UNREAL is the mountain biking film of the year that’s knocking the world off its axis.
1H 46MIN: DANI ARNOLD ON THE MATTERHORN
In 2011, Dani Arnold took a full 20 minutes off Ueli Steck’s best time for the Eiger North Face. Now he’s going after the Matterhorn.
A LINE ACROSS THE SKY: WALKING THE LINE IN PATAGONIA
Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell venture to the Fitz Traverse in Patagonia, seven pinnacles at frosty elevations that will demand more than just the standard climbing know-how from these two Yosemite veterans.
ONEKOTAN – THE LOST ISLAND: SKIING THE VOLCANO
Matthias Mayr, Matthias Haun-holder and Phil Meier attempt the first descent of the volcano at the centre of the island of Onekotan, but with temperatures of -20 degrees and unrelenting storms the expedition quickly becomes a dangerous odyssey.
MASTERS OF SLACK: BOUNCING ON A SLACKLINE
Jaan Roose and Andy Lewis are united by a deep love of their sport and a conviction that wearing clothes is sometimes overrated. Jaan, who comes from the isolated forests of Setumaa in Estonia, is a natural slacklining talent. He became one the world’s top athletes in just five years—eventually surpassing Andy, the “God- father of Slacklining”.
DEGREES NORTH: XAVIER DE LA RUE
Always seeking new challenges, snowboarder Xavier de la Rue teams up with Samuel Anthamatten to take motorised paragliding and freeriding to a new level on the Lofoten Islands and in Alaska.