BLUE Film program
It is with great pleasure that we present this year’s two film programs. Here you can see a selection of the best festival entries, prize winners and audience favorites from the festival in Canada.
The BLUE film program is a selection of 9 films from the Canadian festival. It is a mix of films with different themes and length.
BLUE Film program
9 epic mountain films
FOLLOW THE LIGHT
From sunsets over dramatic landscapes to the illumination of hot air balloons and the warm ambience of Turkey, immerse yourself in this colorful adventure with riders Kilian Bron, Pierre Henni, Pierre Dupont and JB Liautard.
|2021, France, 4 minutes|
Follow an elite American alpinist navigating his relationships and motivations while attempting to climb and survive one of the world’s most challenging unclimbed peaks: Link Sar, in the high mountains of Pakistan.
|2021, USA, 17 minutes|
|Filmmaker:||Graham Zimmerman, Jim Aikman|
|Focus:||Adventure, Mountaineering, Climbing|
Lysanne Richard is one of the world’s best international competition high divers. But the 39-year-old Canadian mother of three is ready to focus on personal projects of her own
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But will it be enough? Or will she try to make the challenge even more difficult? Watch as she continuously tries to push the limit further and explores her reasons why.
|2021, Canada, 12 minutes|
|Filmmaker:||Alexa Fay, Sophie Claivaz-Loranger|
LEARNING TO DROWN
Jess Kimura, considered one of the most influential female
snowboarders in the world was at the top of her career when she lost the love of her life in a tragic accident. Her grief led her in a direction she could have never anticipated.
|2020, USA, 40 minutes||Best Film: Snow Sports|
|Filmmaker:||Ben Knight, Travis Rummel|
|Focus:||Snowboarding, mental health|
Halfway into the festival night, we take a 20-minute break to get some fresh air. Grab the opportunity to have something to eat and drink, talk to people and visit some of our exhibitors.
IF YOU GIVE A BEACH A BOTTLE
Inspired by a picture book, Max Romey heads to a remote beach on Alaska’s coastline in search of marine debris. What he finds is a different story altogether.
|2021, USA, 5 minutes|
French powerhouse Melissa Le Nevé spends seven years battling insane moves, inner doubt, and the burden of history to climb the most revered sport route on earth.
|2020, USA, 16 minutes|
|Filmmaker:||Zachary Barr, Josh Lowell|
A local legend in the Wasatch Mountains, the Farmer spends his winters harvesting one of the most precious crops on earth: Powder.
|2021, USA, 4 minutes|
|Filmmaker:||Michael James Brown|
CAN’T BEAT THIS PLACE FOR FUN
This film is a small vignette of Fretwater Boatworks, a very unique boat crafting shop that keeps the tradition of wooden dory building alive whilst honoring the dreams of Grand Canyon pioneer Martin Litton. These beautiful boats still represent advocacy toward wild places compromised and/or lost.
|2020, USA, 14 minutes|
|Filmmaker:||Dawn Kish, John Tveten|
A DOG’S TALE (TOUR EDIT)
There’s something primal about the feeling of the forest floor under your paws and smelling a thousand different smells all at once. The freedom of the trail
is what we long for.
|2021, Canada, 5 minutes|
|Filmmaker:||Darren McCullough, Darcy Wittenburg|
|Focus:||Mountain biking, dogs|