A festival dedicated to mountains of all over the world, from any point of view (expeditions, sports, ethnology, ecology, nature, environment, art, sciences, etc). Documentary, fiction films and animations films competitions, special programs.
The largest film festival for extreme and mountain sports in Bulgaria - every year at the end of November, over 100 films from 30 countries, official guests and their mountain and adventure stories, exhibitions, workshops and special kids program!
A HIGH MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL AT SEA LEVEL
In the current climate, we feel like we share the same route, now more than ever. At Mendi Film, that is how we feel it. Mountain Cinema is our passion, and we want to share with you the energy and inspiration it brings us, with our best wishes and hopes. In 2023, we will celebrate the 16th edition of BBK Mendi Film Bilbao - Bizkaia. We are certain that all productions submitted to the Official Selection will be full of said values.
Since its very early days, the festival was meant to celebrate the mountain culture through film, photography and books.
The mission of the Cinémathèque de Montagne is to conserve and promote all films shot in mountain areas.
It organizes "Les Rencontres de la Cinémathèque de Montagne", a festival open to all films whose main theme is the mountain and dealing with the following subjects: mountain sports (mountaineering, climbing, skiing ...), adventure, expedition, discovery, nature, environment ...
Since 1986 the International Filmfestival Mountainfilm Graz sets the goal to bring a wide variety of mountain and nature films from all over the world to Graz, Austria. For five days each year in November, we present the newest film productions in the genre. The "Long Night of Mountainfilm" takes place on the last day of the festival, where the best contributions are awarded and screened once again. The next festival will take place from November 12 till November 16 2024.
Crossborder and international mountain film festival in the most populated part of NW Europe where the mountains begin, presenting classic mountain films, documentaries and feature films. Focus on artistic meaning of landscape in film & visual art.
The Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (kimff) is Nepal's longest-running and largest film festival with an estimated 8000 people attending back-to-back screenings of 50 - 60 films over five days.
Kendal is the UK's premier mountain film festival. An award-winning event and the most diverse event of its type in the world. Our vision is to inspire more people to explore, enjoy and represent mountains, wilderness and their cultures.
Krakow Mountain Festival (www.kfg.pl) is one ot the most important mountain culture and sport event in Poland. We started the idea of film festival seventeen years ago and now we can say that we are the one of the biggest festival in Poland. Krakow is a center of climbing society in Poland, according to this fact we have about 2000 spectators per day at festival. Festival contains competition for polish and foregins movies, meetings and presentations of the best alpinists and sport climbers, fairs of mountaineering equipment etc. Krakow is the most exciting city in Poland and offers a lots of historical places and outdoor activities locations.
The Diablerets Film Festival is a must in the mountain world. Screening of new films about mountains, exploits and the environment are proposed every evening.
FGF was first organized in 2007 by Silvo Karo, the director of this popular event, which aims to increase Slovenian mountaineering film production and popularize mountain culture. It also features lectures, exhibitions, retrospectives, etc.
The Festival’s mission is to develop and promote the values of mountain cinematography. It offers spectators not only a symbolical “window on the world” but also tries to steer their interest towards protecting nature and the environment, and towards the sports and cultures of foreign nations.
The festival tries to be a channel through which many different inspirational and educational stories about the mountains, athletes and mountain communities from all around the world - will "echo" in our own community, widening the understanding and knowledge on so many different topics and inspire creativity.
We strive to unite and inspire the fast growing, outdoors and mountain loving community in our country, by offering a wide selection of films on many different subjects that celebrate the coexistence of people and the mountains, we also organize lectures by guest speakers, filmmakers and athletes, publish books..
Sondrio Festival is a unique international festival mainly dedicated to nature films, of high scientific and cinematographic significance, set in nature parks, reserves and protected areas from around the world.
Another splendid October beckons - when the scenic Tegernsee Valley will host the 19th Tegernsee International Mountain Film Festival. The festival is designed as a competition and annually receives film submissions from all around the globe.
Mountainfilm is a dynamic organization and festival of films, people, stories, and ideas that celebrates indomitable spirit, educates and inspires audiences, and motivates individuals and communities to advance solutions for a livable world.
The International Mountain Film Festival (MHFF) in Teplice nad Metují, Czechia is as annual film competition showcasing outdoor films from all over the world.
This is a competitive type Festival for documentaries and reports that focus on themes related to mountain activities from both a sporting and cultural perspective.
The Museum doesn't organize any film festival, but promotes mountain cinema since the beginning of the XXth century.
The Trento Film Festival is the longest-running mountain-related event in the world (first edition was held in 1952) and it takes place each spring in the historical and picturesque town of Trento, Italy.
20th to 29th October 2023, the 8th Ulsan Ulju Mountain Film Festival
Ulsan Ulju Mountain Film Festival(UMFF), the first international mountain film festival in Korea, features mountain films and also a variety of mountain-related activities and exhibitions.
FICMUS is a cultural non-profit event with an international film competition, educational, cultural and sporting activities and lectures. We're committed to the develop of the mountain culture of our community.
The Cervino CineMountain Festival is above all a film contest, putting together the winning films of IAMF festivals and awarding the “Grand Prix des Festivals” for the best mountain film of the year, offering a selection of top quality works.
Our Festival theme is “A Celebration of Adventurous Sports and Lifestyles”. We aim to promote healthy and active lifestyles while promoting arts, film, culture and environment though film and book competitions and screenings. Wanaka is a small mountain ski town in the NZ Alps and the home to our Festival. The Festival is run right at the start of the ski season and has a huge following from all over New Zealand and Australia.
Mountain Spirit Festival (“Moc Gór” in Polish) grew out of the fifteen-year tradition of Mountain Film Meetings Festival. It takes place in Zakopane at the foot of the Tatra Mountains, where you can find the best hiking, ridge walks, via ferratas and multi-pitch climbing. Zakopane offers adventures in nature as well as unique architecture, culture, and cuisine of the Tatra highlanders. Zakopane brought forth an impressive list of mountaineers and artists.