Fall Series 2020
Join us for the virtual 2020 Fall Series to enjoy five adventure packed shows from November 20-29.
We’re featuring new film and presentation content about climbing, snowsports, the environment and mountain culture. There will be world film premieres, bonus content from filmmakers and we’re thrilled to partner with Colour the Trails to offer a unique panel discussion and curated selection of engaging films. Be inspired, entertained and connect virtually with your outdoor community.
Presented by Arc'teryx,
The Snowsports Show
In partnership with Protect our Winters
This fundraiser for POW features five entertaining films. It includes the world premieres of Frozen In Time, Motherload, and Without a Paddle, with the festival premiere of Katie Burrell's new film Coach.
Presented by Arc'teryx,
The Climbing Show
Showcases five unique films that feature young and seasoned climbers, in the nearby and faraway islands of Baffin and Makatea; while sharing stories of friendship, adversity and adventure.
In partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation
Presents four films, including the world premiere of Forever is Now. These films travel to Norway, Russia, and Zion National Park.
Mountain Culture Show
Hosts the world premieres of My Horse My Destiny and Last Tracks, and tells the incredible stories about the Celestrial Mountains of Kyrgyzstan, the indigenous people in the Peruvian Andes and connects us to the Himalayas.
Colour The Trails Show
& Panel Discussion Presented by Liv Cycling
We are thrilled to partner with Colour the Trails and showcase five incredible films about diversity in the outdoors, while hosting a live panel discussion on November 25 with founder Judith Kasiama.
This film follows ten people who are Zion National Park’s keepers and caretakers. At a time of increasing tension between recreation and environmental impact, the film follows a path to the future through character stories that are personal, complex, and compelling.
Special Presentations & Live Discussions
Join author Michael Schauch as he introduces his new book, A Story of Karma: Finding Love and Truth in the Lost Valley of the Himalaya. The story begins with Schauch’s dream to climb an unknown mountain in the Himalaya of northern Nepal. What unfolds in the mountains, however, forces him to question his values and his own identity, and eventually leads him to meet a little girl in a remote mountain village.
Wednesday November 25th – 6pm PDT
Join us for our panel discussion, Moving Beyond Diversity. For many in our outdoor communities, 2020 has exposed the amount of work that needs to be done in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Organizations and individuals have been working hard to foster a more diverse participation and representation in outdoor related media and storytelling. Where do we go from here?