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The VIMFF 2024 includes more than 70 thought-provoking and action-packed mountain films celebrating climbing, snowsports, biking, the environment and more. Pick your favourites and join us in-person in Vancouver or stream the films online, anywhere in the world.

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One pro skier’s miraculous recovery from a serious Traumatic Brain Injury has revolutionized TBI treatment worldwide.
Travel Vermont’s 300-mile Catamount Trail on skis and learn from brilliant minds along the way.
One scientist’s decades-long mission to understand the secrets of black bear dens.
A spotlight on the experience of generations of women in skiing – from first descents to those just beginning.
Climbers set out for a new route at an altitude of 3842m, on the legendary granite monolith Gendarme des Cosmiques.
Kenny X Hamlett’s journey as a black man learning to deal with depression and anxiety while learning to lean into the person that he’s always wanted to be.
Two Native bikers embark on a 200-mile prayer ride to the cemetery at Carlisle Indian Boarding School.
After the unexpected loss of pro skier Dave Treadway, mountain biking helps soothe the grief for Tessa and her son.
The story of creating a kayak course for local teenage girls in Futaleufú, Chile.
An action-packed, immersive visual journey of some of the world’s most spectacular mountain bike trails.
The story of a 520km ski traverse through the mountainous Austrian state of Tyrol.
Through an artistic and action-packed freeride film, Cycles portrays the four phases of the menstrual cycle.
An observational documentary of one of the most accomplished backcountry riders you’ve never heard of.
Three French mountaineers try to free climb and make the first winter ascent of this route in the Grandes Jorasses north face.
The Indigenous Youth Mountain Bike Program explores the powerful connection between mountain biking, reconciliation, and healing.
Jessa Gilbert examines the parallels found within both creative acts while splitboarding in Antarctica and creating a painting directly from that experience.
She’s learned the rapids. Now she learns to drive a 4,000lbs sweep down Idaho’s Salmon River.
A documentary capturing the life-altering odyssey of a young woman who defied oppression in Iran.
A documentary that follows four families in western Canada observing the wonder in children’s eyes as they explore nature.
A group of injured Royal Marines embark on a life-changing challenge - learning to ski in Chamonix.
Two neurodivergent, mountain biking brothers explore how riding helps them regulate their lives.
After noticing a lack of other plus-size women of color on trail, Anjelica creates the community she was looking for.