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WINNER: VIMFF 2019 GRAND PRIZE
The intimate travel diary of an incredible freeride expedition into the heart of the Karakoram range. The search for one of the most beautiful mountains to ski on the planet, standing at 5880m. A meeting point of Freeriding and Mountaineering. A true adventure.
Women Are Mountains
Women are Mountains is a short documentary film that portrays the lives of climbers Mônica Filipini and Danielle Pinto in the quiet city of São Bento do Sapucai, in the countryside of São Paulo, Brazil. At the same time as they are responsible for their children and domestic affairs, they are able to enjoy their great passion: the mountains.
WINNER: VIMFF 2019 BEST CANADIAN FILM
TREELINE is about our oldest living companions on earth: trees. The film brings extraordinary forests in British Columbia, Japan and Nevada “to life” through cinematic exploration of playful, yet powerful experience of gliding through each forest on snow.
The Middle Way
On July 26, Joe Grant set off from his home in Gold Hill, Colorado to attempt to summit all 57 of Colorado’s 14000ft summits. Self-powered and self-supported Joe took just over 31 days to bike and run to all the summits, ascending over 100000ft during the runs and cycling over 1400 miles.
Adventure Photographer and Polar Guide Ben Haggar embarks on a solo Bikepacking mission in western Greenland on a route never before attempted on two wheels. Battling rough terrain, loneliness, trench foot, and extreme weather, Ben finds solace on the barren tundra and his mountain bike.
WINNER: VIMFF 2019 BEST CLIMBING FILM
Since a 100 foot fall in 2002 that took his right leg and left him with multiple spinal injuries, Colorado climber Craig DeMartino has led one hell of a life, including lauded First Disabled and In-A-Day Ascents on El Capitan. But it’s his day-to-day story that really makes an impact.