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Best of the NZ Mountain Film Festival - Award Winners

When:

Sat 9 Oct 2021, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Where: Waitomo Caves Museum, 21 Waitomo Village Road, Waitomo Caves Village, Waitomo District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Award winners (145 minutes): $25.00 ea
  • Award winners (2pm) & Kiwi-made (7pm): $40.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: inforw7

The best of the New Zealand Mountain Film Festival 2021 - national tour.

145 minutes of the award-winning outdoor adventure films from the Wanaka Mountain Film Festival.

Tickets $20 - email reservations to info@waitomodiscovery.org - or $40 if you also book for the Kiwi-made adventure films at 7pm.

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
A journey to climb Mount Logan (5959m) in Canada and then ski, snowboard and monoski down the 3,800 metre ridge over 48 days and 700km (subtitles).

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 the Jungfrau Marathon, a route with a radically different style (subtitles).

Ocean To Asgard
(34 mins) Director - Heather Mosher, Canada
Four friends travel to Baffin Island for a 40-day human-powered adventure, featuring big-wall first ascents, whitewater paddle descents and wild Arctic flamingos.

K2: Impossible Descent
(full movie length - 66 mins) Director - Steve Robillard, Austria
In 2018, a Polish ski mountaineer clicked into his bindings at an altitude of 8,611m to make history on K2. Follow Andrzej Bargiel’s expedition as he attempts to ski the most dangerous mountain on earth (some subtitles).

Total running time 145 minutes + 15-minute intermission.

Please note: Refunds will only be given in the case of event cancellation.

We've had to postpone the films because of COVID-19 alert levels so will not be going ahead on Saturday, 9 September.

Depending on restrictions at the time, we may limit seating to meet distancing and bubble / group size requirements, require mask use or cancel the event. Full refunds will be offered if the event is cancelled.

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