SATURDAY OCT 7th
Boulder Theater
Early Block 4-6pm


Ice Call 3:13 min

Director: Antoine Frioux, Alexis Blaise, Maxime Moulin, SamFavret
This artful short takes you on a thrilling ride in the mythical Mer de Glace, in the heart of the Mont-Blanc Mountains (France). This ski film will take you slash­ing through crevasses, swirling blue ice tunnels and natural half-pipes for a thrilling three minutes.

The Frozen Road 24:10 min

Director: Ben Page, Producer: BLKFLM + Anchorlight
“I’d come to the arctic to withdraw into its wilder­ness of solitude carrying a camera to tell my story but my story didn’t unfold as I’d imagined.” Fresh out of graduating from university, Ben Page heads into the world on his bike to live his teenage dream of riding around the world. 15,000 km along the way he finds himself riding north in the frozen expanse of the Yukon wilderness in winter. Here he truly finds what it really means to be alone.

Dedicate: Diving Free 7:46 min

Director: Shams and Alex Aimard
Jacques de Vos is an underwater photographer who spends most his time freediving with orcas. We follow him on one of his most beautiful expeditions, completed last winter in north of Norway.

Unbroken Ground 25:55 min

Director: Chris Malloy
This film examines the critical role food will play in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environ­mental crisis. It explores four areas of agriculture that aim to change our relationship to the land and oceans. Most of our food is produced using methods that reduce biodiversity, decimate soil and contribute to climate change.

Dragging 235lbs Uphill 7:37 min

Director: Christina Franklin
We are seeing the next generation becoming increas­ingly plugged into electronics and out of touch with the outdoors. This can have enormous effects on fu­ture conservationism and environmental protection. Christina Franklin, a mother of four, takes matters into her own hands by taking her kids from fearing or ignoring nature to understanding and valuing its importance.

Water Warriors: 22:00 min

Director: Michael Premo
Water Warriors is the story of a community’s resis­tance against the oil and natural gas industry. When an energy company began searching for natural gas in New Brunswick, Canada, indigenous and white families united to drive out the company in a cam­paign to protect their water and way of life.

Freedom of the Wheels 17:23 min

Director: Jon Glassberg, Producer: Jon Glassberg, Andrew Tower, Matt Segal
Inspired by the sheer fortitude in Dumb and Dumber, professional climbers Matt Segal and Will Stanhope set out to cross over 400 miles of snow covered passes and dangerous highways from the seat of Matt’s 50cc scooter. What emerges is a lesson in living and friendship that will have you planning your own adventure before the credits roll.

SATURDAY OCT 7th
Boulder Theater
Late Block 7-9pm

One Hundred Ascents 16:00 min

Director: Steve Rokks, Producer: Ashley Rokks, Ashley Rokks, Tyler Sharp, Hannah Rush
This film chronicles Hans Florine record-setting feat of climbing the Nose route of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park for the 100th time, along with team­mates Jayme Moye and Fiona Thornwell.

Above the Alley P2 7:45 min

Director: Dominic Gill, Producer: Nadia Gill
A group of Black Diamond athletes travel to Rio De Jainero for a series of skills clinics with local community climbing program Centro De Escalada Urbana (CEU). CEU was started by Andrew Lenz and Asa Firestone in 2011 with the mission of getting the kids of the favela’s of Rio to discover the rocks which loom behind their neighborhoods. Now 7 years later, they have a working group of talented climbers, an indoor climbing gym to call their own, and the atten­tion of some of the greatest athletes in the interna­tional climbing community.

Where the Wild Things Play 4:05 min

Director: Krystle Wright Producer: Aidan Haley, Krystle Wright
There’s a revolving conversation of asking why aren’t there more females in the adventure industry whether its big mountian skiing, filmmakers, big wall climbers and so forth. Well it’s about time we found out Where The Wild Things Play.

Brujas 6:48 min

Director: Miles Joris-Peyrafitte Producer: Lindsey Hagen, Nick Martini
Brujas is an urban, free-form, creative and au­tonomous organization that seeks to build radical political coalition through youth culture. This film takes a look at New York City’s female skate culture and the girls who are taking a stand to shift social norms in their city.


The Space Inside 4:00 min

Director: Heather Falenski
Internationally accomplished highliner Faith Dickey is known for the gaps she crosses while balancing thousands of feet in the air above valleys and canyon floors. The Space Inside explores a different void — the one she must cross in her rich, innner landscape to reach her full human potential and for which highlining is simply a tool.


Blood Road 90:00 min

Director: Nicholas Schrunk,
Producer: Sandra Kuhn
The Ho Chi Minh trail weaves 1,200 miles of dense jungle trail through Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Professional cyclists Rebecca Rusch and Huyen Nguyen embark on this rugged trail to possibly find a newly discovered crash site that could hold the remains of Rebecca’s father, a U.S. Air Force pilot shot down over Laos some 40 years earlier. For both women, the trek is not only a difficult expedition across often-uncharted and rugged mountain and jungle terrain but also an investigation into the war that scarred both of their families, the people who lived and still live nearby, and the land along the trail

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SUNDAY OCT 8th
Boulder Theater
Early Block 3-5 pm

China Doll 19:51 min

Director: Jon Glassberg
With her ascent of China Doll, a 5.14- R Heather Weidner nabs the first female ascent, and becomes the fourth woman in the world to climb a 5.14 tradi­tional route. But this film proves to be a provocative exploration of gender stereotypes, romance, and rock climbing as Weidner battles personal demons and in the process discovers that loving herself is the ultimate project.

Canis Lupus 18:36 min

Director: Eric Bendick, Thomas Winston
Gray wolves shaped Colorado’s high country for eons only to disappear nearly overnight. This is the story of the past, present, and future of Colorado’s now ex­tinct native wolf population as it unfolds through the eyes of an expert on wolf restoration, an ecologist, a photojournalist and a lifelong rancher. Together, these perspectives paint a sweeping portrait of the complex relationships between people and predators in the modern West.

Tsirku 19:52 min

Director: Eric Crosland, Tim Symes
Deep in the Saint Elias Mountains where Alaska, British Columbia and the Yukon converge lies the fabled Cor­rugated spine lines of the Tsirku Glacier. True to form, Alaska delivers a full value adventure for skiers Hadley Hammer and Sam Anthamatten and snowboarder Ralph Backstorm who find themselves facing daunting crevasses, weather and a maze of a glacier just to get to basecamp for a chance to ski the Corrugated.

North of Known 52:00 min

Director: Bryan Smith, Producer: Red Bull Media House
In one of the world’s most remote and inhospitable mountain ranges, Gavin Mcclurg and Dave Turner attempt an unsupported 500 mile traverse of the Alaskan Range by foot and paraglider. They quickly face endless extreme weather, food shortages, grizzly bears, un-crossable rivers, countless glaciers and Alaska’s famous swampy bushwhacking that threat­ens the entire expedition.

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SUNDAY OCT 8th
Boulder Theater
Late Block 6-9 pm


Our Theory of Human Motivation 3:00 min

Director: Anya Miller, Producer: Fitz Cahall
So, what gets you up in the morning?


Ascend 5:53 min

Director: Simon Perkins
As a young adult, Jon Wilson lost his leg to cancer. That didn’t stop Jon from mountain biking. This inspiring film attempts to show how mountain biking has played a critical role in helping him sink his teeth back into life.

Enock 15:14 min

Director: Craig Muderlak
Armed with the strength to do 3,000 pull ups Enock Glidden, a paraplegic, set out to climb the world famous El Capitan in Yosemite. But to get his dream off the ground he will need the power of a community of climbers dedicated to making his dream a reality.

Chocolate Spokes 5:35 min

Director: Brendan Leonard
Gregory Crichlow left his architecture job in 2011 to start a bicycle shop in Five Points, a traditionally African-American and Latino neighborhood in Denver. Servicing residents’ bikes keeps the doors open, but hand-building steel frames is what inspires him.


Paul’s Boots 37:16 min

Director: Fitz Cahall, Producer: Duct Tape Then Beer
M’Lynn’s late husband left behind polished hik-ing boots and a backpack for his dream hike: the 2,189-mile Appalachian Trail. “How good would it be,” M’Lynn asked, “for his boots to make the journey even if Paul couldn’t?” Her plea launched an incred­ible journey. Paul’s Boots follows the boots and the people who carried them.


Methow Headwaters 7:22 min

A film by Benjamin Drummond + Sara Joy Steele
A Canadian mining company wants to conduct exploratory drilling for copper at the headwaters of the Methow River. This is the story of a mountain community coming together to share why this place is too special to mine.

Safety Third 28:21 min

Director: Cedar Wright and Taylor Keating
“There’s a fine line between being bold and being a dumbass. And I think Brad did some time on both sides of the line,” says Cedar Wright of Brad Gobright the subject of his new film. Gobright is a dirtbag college dropout subsisting on junk food and one of the best free solo climbers nobody has ever heard of.

La Cumbre 10:00 min

Director: Dana Romanoff,
Producer: Lindsey Hagen
La Cumbre unveils the reality of what it means to live as an amputee in the developing world. Chad Jukes, world class mountaineer and wounded warrior, in partnership with the Range of Motion Project set on a heartfelt journey to shed light on a public health issue affecting amputees world wide.

Into Twin Galaxies 52:00 min

Director: Jochen Schmoll
Producer: Red Bull Media House, Drehxtrem
Some research on Google Earth has led this intrepid trio to embark on an insane adventure of kite skiing over 600 miles of the Greenland Ice Cap with kayaks in tow. The aim is to paddle the first decent of wild Arctic river and into the Arctic Ocean. In 46 days they encounter it all from injuries, hazardous weather, crevasses, disappointment and stunning canyons of blue ice and frigid waterfalls.

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