NZ Mountain film Festival - International Movies
Come see a selection of international films of amazing global adventures (please see below for the list of films being shown). Proudly brought to you by Peel Forest Outdoor Pursuits Charitable Trust and Geraldine High School Outdoor Education
When: Friday 13th August
Where: Geraldine High School Hall
Price: $20 per adult, $10 per child (12 years and under)
Come see a selection of international films of amazing global adventures.
Tickets can can purchased on the door or in advance at Geraldine High school office, the Green Man, Peel Forest Outdoor Centre or via bank transfer to Peel Forest Outdoor Pursuits Charitable Trust 03-0839-0070370-00 Westpac. Please include your name and the word film in payment reference.
We are also showing the Kiwi Films and serving food on Saturday 14th August at Peel Forest Hall in collaboration with the Green Man Café and Bar (Please see other event, no door sales and we need numbers before the 6th of August for catering for this event).
Why not come along to both for $50 per adult, $30 per child.
International Selection: Our most popular package of award-winning films!
148 minutes run time
Spellbound (5 mins) Director Richard Sidey, NZ. Wingsuit BASE jumping is often presented as a thrill-seeking adrenaline rush. Spellbound takes us deeper into the more contemplative aspects of jumping.
Mount Logan (14 minutes) Director Alex Marchesseau, France, subtitles. A journey to climb Mount Logan 5959m in Canada, then ski, snowboard and monoski down the 3,800 metre ridge over 48 days and 700km.
Katherine’s Marathon (26 mins) Director Nicolas Falquet, France, subtitles.
Katherine was the first Swiss climber to complete a 9A route (NZ grade 35) and she decided to repeat this performance in the Bernese Alps, with Jungfrau Marathon, a route with a radically different style.
Made in Aotearoa (37 mins) Directors Andy Deere and Ryan Heron, NZ. Young up-and coming surfer Kehu Butler shows us his favourite spots around NZ as we learn about his family and deep connections to friends and ocean. This is the first time an NZ film has won this award, EPIC!
K2: Impossible Descent - FULL MOVIE (66 mins) Director Steve Robillard, Austria, some subtitles. In 2018 a Polish ski mountaineer clicked into his bindings at an altitude of 8,611m to make history. Follow Andrzej Bargiel’s expedition as he attempts to ski the most dangerous mountain on earth; K2
New Zealand Mountain Film Festival Tour - International Movies
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