The 2016 Banff Film Festival is travelling the UK and Ireland, and we’ve got three pairs of tickets to give away
Now in its seventh year, the Banff Film Festival has become an annual institution, brightening up our winter with hours of colourful inspiration. And this year it is set to be better than ever, with 85 screenings and 55 locations in the British Isles alone.
Watch 55 Hours in Mexico at the Banff Mountain Film Festival | JSchusler & MLowe
The tour will showcase the best films entered into the Banff Mountain Film Festival, which was held in Canada in November. Covering everything from long-planned expeditions in remote cultures to high adrenalin action sports, the tour programme is a must-watch for any outdoor lover.
This year’s highlights include:
Eclipse – Photographer Reuben Krabbe travels to Svalbard in a bid to capture a seemingly impossible photo of a skier in front of 2015’s solar eclipse. The film won the Snowsports category.
Skiers in front of a Solar Eclipse | Reuben Krabbe
Operation Moffat – Taking inspiration from Gwen Moffat, Britain’s first female mountain guide, writer Claire Carter and filmmaker Jen Randall scramble, swim and barefoot climb through her landscapes.
Following in the footsteps of a climbing legend|Tessa Lyons
A Line Across The Sky – This film follows climbers Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold as they attempt the Fitz Roy Traverse, a four mile traverse across snow and ice covered rock in Patagonia.
Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold attempt the Fitz Roy Traverse|Austin Siadak
Unbranded – Follow four Texans as they adopt, train and ride wild horses from the Mexican border 3,000 miles to Canada, crossing big landscapes, perilous mountain passes and wild terrain.
We’re giving away three pairs of tickets to OAG readers to a venue of your choice (subject to availability).
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