Movies & Presentations

Banff Mt. Film Festival World Tour

Coming to Rockport February 6th and 7th, 2015!! Shows begin @ 7pm sharp in the Camden Hills High School Strom Auditorium in Rockport. A mix of different films and subjects will be shown each night. Film selections listed below trailer…

Tickets are available at Maine Sport in Rockport and Camden. Adults $12 ($10 in advance), Student $5  per show. 236-7120.

 FRIDAY

Danny MacAskill: The Ridge

World-renowned trials rider Danny MacAskill is back! Filmed on the stunning Isle of Skye in Scotland, MacAskill returns to his childhood haunt for a new challenge: riding a mountain bike on the infamous Cuillin Ridge.

Happy Winter

Being grateful makes you happier, and there is so much to be grateful for. Especially if you spend as much time in the mountains as Andreas Fransson did.

Caleb

Caleb

Paralyzed in a skiing accident in 2007, Caleb has defied the odds and continued to thrive in his chosen passions. Learning to kayak after his injury, Caleb is positive, inspiring and one epic human!

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Kai Lightner discovered rock climbing at the age of six. Now 14, he is pushing the limits of hard climbing and trying to staying focused, all with his single mom on belay.

And Then We Swam

Most adventurers who set out to cross the Indian Ocean have some rowing experience. For two blokes from the UK, that seemed like a minor detail, not a death wish.

Wild Women – Faith Dickey

Smile and laugh along with slack-liner Faith Dickey as she shows us just how fun life on the line can be.

Into The Empty Quarter (special edit)

Inspired by their hero Wilfred Thesiger, adventurers Alastair Humphreys and Leon McCarron attempt a trip into the Empty Quarter desert on the Arabian Peninsula. The 1,000-mile journey sometimes puts the cart before the camel, and then, all you can do is laugh along the way.

Sun Dog

What could be better than riding gorgeous lines of untouched snow with your best friend at your side?

Sufferfest 2: Desert Alpine

Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold are back! This time, a month riding their bikes and climbing desert towers in the American Southwest should be a piece of cake for these fast friends. Or will it?

 

SATURDAY

Touch

Touch is a colorful and spectacular flying tour of Santorini in Greece, the Aiguille du Midi above Chamonix and the Col du Galibier in France, with a bit of cheekiness added in, just for fun.

ARCTIC SWELL – Surfing the Ends of the Earth

Surfing photographer Chris Burkard loves capturing cold water surfers. He’s prepared to venture to the ends of the earth to snap that once in a lifetime shot.

Forgotten Dirt (special edit)

A small team of mountain bikers travels to the remote Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan in search of remote cultures and trails that are thousands of years old.

Tashi and the Monk

There’s a brave social experiment taking place on a remote mountaintop in the foothills of the Himalaya. A former Buddhist monk is seeking to transform the lives of abandoned children through love and compassion. Tashi is especially vulnerable as she struggles to make friends, and learns that love can help heal even the saddest memories.

Tumwater Solitude

With peak flow levels in Washington’s Tumwater Canyon, Sam Grafton sets out to kayak massive waves and Class V+ whitewater.

Delta Dawn

During an experimental pulse flow in the spring of 2014, filmmaker Pete McBride packed up his stand-up paddle board and headed to the Colorado River Delta to investigate how we use and abuse Western water – and how restoration is possible.

Mending the Line (special edit)

In 1944, 20-year-old Frank Moore landed on the beaches of Normandy. Now, at the age of 90, he returns with his wife and son to heal the wounds of his past by fly-fishing the streams he once helped free.

Africa Fusion (special edit)

 Climbers Alex Honnold (USA) and Hazel Findlay (UK) team up for a journey into the exotic landscapes of South Africa. Breathtaking scenery and some of the best climbing in the world await.

 Afterglow (special edit)

 Afterglow turns big mountain skiing on its end, and then turns it upside down again, heading into the night through a wintery glow of trippy technicolor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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