The 2023 Grand Prize has been awarded to Eliza Kubarska, in recognition of her career as a director of documentaries capable of investigating the human events hidden behind great adventures.
On December 16, during the Mendi Film Festival in Bilbao, Australian director Michael Dillon was awarded the IAMF 2022 Grand Prize.
With great sadness we inform that Marco Grandi, director of the Lugano Festival of Festival, left us on July 21st, 2022.
The International Alliance for Mountain Film expresses its solidarity with the Ukrainian population and in particular with all those who make up the Mountain Culture community in Ukraine, while strongly condemning Russia’s military aggression against the Ukrainian people and its national sovereignty. The sole reasonable solution of this crisis and human catastrophe can only be […]
We are dismayed at the situation that has arisen in Ukraine and believe that now more than ever is the time to focus on unity and collaboration, the basic principles of our association. As the International Alliance for Mountain Film, we appeal to people’s good feelings and correct international relationships by hoping to find a […]
The 2022 Grand Prize has been awarded to Australian director Michael Dillon, in recognition of his lifetime’s work in the field of mountain film, which includes over a hundred outdoor film projects stretching over fifty years. Highlights of his career include 25 years as Sir Edmund Hillary’s filmmaker, and his filming of three significant Australian […]
Polish mountaineer and filmmaker DARIUSZ ZALUSKI has been awarded with the International Alliance for Mountain Film Grand Prize 2021. It was announced at the awards ceremony of the Trento Film Festival by Javier Baraiazarra the president of the Alliance: “Zaluski is the director and mountaineer who has best known how to make the lesson of […]
The International Alliance for Mountain Film is an expert centre for professionals and organizations that work in the sector of Mountain Film and provides a globally operating network of festivals, held in 20 different countries – with events on each continent. The network enables a professional and creative exchange with filmmakers, athletes, outdoor brands […]
The International Alliance for Mountain Film is over twenty years old. Many years have passed since it was founded in the Hall of Emblems at the Mountain Museum in Turin, Italy. Unfortunately the pandemic canceled the Turin assembly scheduled for May 4, 2020, where we planned to celebrate our twenty years of activity, but […]
Updated information about the changes to the programs of the members.
Information about the changes to the programs of the members
“No limits, beyond borders. Cinema in the Western Alps” exhibition at the Museo Nazionale della Montagna in Turin (Italy) with the IAMF directors.
The best Documentary Feature Oscar that went to FREE SOLO marks a very important moment for mountain cinema!. This award is the result of an incredible climbing of Alex Honnold and an exceptional cinematographic work by Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin and their crew. Never before, mountain cinema, has attracted such large audiences. The work […]
The late 2018 Assembly of our association took place on December 14th in Bilbao, Spain, during the Mendi Film Festival which hosted the many members present. The meeting was held in a splendid hall of the Palacio de la Diputación Foral de Bizkaia, where we also celebrated the return to the Alliance of the Telluride […]
Piotr Atanasow, whom everyone remembers as an affable man powerful in stature, left us on 24 July. He was a fundamental point of reference, for all the mountaineering and film contacts in Bulgaria.
During the Annual Assembly at Domžale – Lubiana in Slovenia, members of the IAMF unanimously decided to award the 2018 Grand Prize to Kurt Diemberger.
The Meeting of the International Alliance for Mountain Film was held during the Gorniškega Filma Festival of Ljubljana (Slovenia), on 1 March 2018 in Domžale, and the Board was completely renewed.
IAMF is pleased to announce that it has recently restyled its website, seeking a new image and aiming at playing a role also in providing a service to directors, producers and mountain film enthusiasts.