Since 2003 we have brought the best films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival to Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark. This year, 2022, will be the 20th year.
Since 2003, we at Pathfinder have been touring with a selection of films from the International Film Festival in Banff, Canada. The 2022 tour starts in Stockholm at Skandiabiografen on October 3rd. Tickets and programs will be released around mid-August here on the website.
New for this year is that, in addition to our regular cinema tour, we will offer you five outdoor screenings in parks during August and September, Banff OPEN AIR. Past crowd favorites are shown on an inflatable screen under the stars – free admission
The Banff Mountain Film Festival is an international film competition featuring the world’s best footage on mountain subjects. The festival began in 1976 and is held annually on the first weekend in November in Banff, Alberta, Canada. In Scandinavia and Finland, the world tour screenings attracts thousands of visitors every fall. The screenings in Scandinavia have been arranged since 2003.
Film program 2022
We have selected a total of 18 films for our tour in 2022, which we have divided into two different film programs, BLUE and RED. Both film programs contain nine films with a mix of length and theme.
BLUE Film program 2022
RED Film program 2022
10 October Copenhagen – BLUE
11 October Copenhagen – RED
12 October Aarhus – BLUE
31 October Helsinki – BLUE
1 November Helsinki – RED
2 November Kuopio – BLUE – NEW!
16 October Oslo – BLUE
17 October Oslo – RED
18 October Oslo – BLUE
19 October Bergen – BLUE – NEW!
21 October Stavanger – BLUE – NEW!
12 November Leknes, Lofoten – BLUE
3 October Stockholm – BLUE
4 October Stockholm – RED
5 October Uppsala – BLUE – NEW!
6 October Stockholm – BLUE
7 October Stockholm – RED
8 October Stockholm – BLUE
14 October Norrköping – BLUE
24 October Göteborg – BLUE
25 October Göteborg – RED
26 October Göteborg – BLUE
27 October Göteborg – RED
28 October Göteborg – BLUE
29 October Göteborg – RED
7 November Falun – BLUE – NEW!
9 November Lund – BLUE
10 November Malmö – RED
OPEN AIR (Outdoor cinema)
Stockholm – Rålambshovsparken – 20 augusti
Uppsala – Tornerparken – 21 augusti
Göteborg – Slottsskogen – 3 september
Klippan – Läderbackarna – 10 september
Oslo – Marienlystparken – 16 september
NOTE! All the films are either in english or subtitled in english
What is Banff Mountain Film Festival?
The Banff Mountain Film Festival is an international film competition featuring the world’s best footage on mountain subjects. The festival began in 1976 and is held annually on the first weekend in November in Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival began in 1976 in Banff, Alberta – when a tight-knit group of climbers and outdoor enthusiasts conceived The Banff Festival of Mountaineering Films. This was a one-day gathering that was intended as a community event during the quiet fall season.
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival began in 1976 in Banff, Alberta – when a tight-knit group of climbers and outdoor enthusiasts conceived The Banff Festival of Mountaineering Films.
Little did they know that this would become the renowned international gathering it is today. The world’s best mountain films, books, and speakers now take the spotlight for nine days each fall in Banff.
Together with learning opportunities and international competitions celebrating the best in films, books, and photography, the Festival ground-breaking adventure and exploration, remote cultures, and the world’s last great wild places – which are all brought to life as one of the flagship offerings of Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.
Past Festival guests have included Sir Chris Bonington, Yvon Chouinard, Catherine Destivelle, Lynn Hill, Sir Edmund Hillary, Alex Honnold, Jon Krakauer, Alex Lowe, Reinhold Messner, Royal Robbins, and David Suzuki.
Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour began over 30 years ago as an outreach program and now reaches over 550 locations and 40 countries, bringing films to an audience of over 600,000 worldwide.