The VIMFF Summer Fest is back on June 22 at the Shipyards in North Vancouver!
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VIMFF 2023


Find fuel for your next adventure with 70 thought-provoking and action-packed, mountain films at the VIMFF 2023. In 6 venues around Vancouver from February 24 – March 5, in-person, you’ll hear from accomplished guest speakers, take part in filmmaking, photography and outdoor education workshops and watch impactful stories from filmmakers around the world. Or gather your friends and family to enjoy films from the comfort of your home, anywhere in the world!

The VIMFF 2023 has ended.

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Erik Boomer and Sarah McNair-Landry embark on a 45 day multi-sport expedition through Baffin Island.
The future of one of the largest cave passages in the world is at risk when plans to build a cable car emerge.
A film documenting a new route bikepacking through Iceland’s rugged and remote interior.
Jérémie Villet explores the extreme Yukon region with the goal of photographing the legendary mountain goat.
Two longtime friends bring you a shared ski experience from their respective homes in Glarus (CH) and Alberta (CAN).
The Faction Collective team travels to Alta, Utah for a spring freeskiing session that throws up all styles and conditions of skiing.
A short film about sea ice loss and its impact on polar bear populations in Canada.
A 6 year old climber embarks on the longest hike of her life with her mentor, Grandpa Gary.
Still climbing at 99 years of age, Marcel Remy is a unique climbing super hero of our time that shows us that you are never too old to achieve your goals.
During the pandemic, a famous sherpa family climbs Mount Everest to clean the garbage and restore the holiness.
Brett Rheeder and Harrison Mendel show how the sequence of individual movements are all linked together as a cohesive collection.
Peek into the world of Belgian climber Siebe Vanhee’s authentic, raw process of his first season climbing on Yosemite’s hardest big wall.
A look into the creation of a universal trail design that not only brings flow, speed, and excitement to adaptive and non-adaptive riders alike but also strengthens the bond within the biking community.
The Gostlin family finds solace in the spirit of the mountains and culture of powder skiing, after an unexpected tragedy.
Shrouded in mysticism, young gals from Canada try a 9-pitch 5.13 established in the 90s by Jeff Jackson.
Follow top climbers Guy Robertson and Greg Boswell in their quest to seek out and climb new winter lines and find out what makes the Scottish winter so special.
Andy’s passion for mountain biking remains strong, despite the uncertainty of a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis.
Leanne Robinson and Dwayne Wohlgemuth embarked on a summer-long canoe trip across the Northwest Territories, living off the land with their two young sons.
A raw and intimate take on so-called "free riders" pushing new boundaries on Alaska's gnarliest spine walls.
Ultra runner Stephanie Case organizes an all-women expedition in Afghanistan with Free to Run.
Madison Rose Ostergren comes to the stage of professional big mountain skiing and is determined to show up as her true, authentic self in a world that often convinces individuals to fit into certain boxes.
Georgia Astle is on a search for terrain to push her riding, inspired by a rising tide of female freeriders around the world.
Six friends embark on a journey of discovery, camaraderie, challenge, and triumph on a uniquely coastal adventure in the remote and breathtaking maze of fjords in North West Norway.