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2015 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour




Thursday, February 26, 2015 (SOLD OUT)

Friday, February 27, 2015 (SOLD OUT)


Ignite your passion for adventure, action, and travel! The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour will exhilarate you with amazing big-screen stories when it comes to the Paramount Theater on February 26 and 27, 2015. Journey to exotic locations, paddle the wildest waters, and climb the highest peaks. Get your tickets today and be taken away to the most captivating places on earth.

The 2015 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour brings films from the 38th annual Banff Mountain Film Festival to about 400 communities around the world. From an exploration of remote landscapes and mountain cultures to adrenaline-fueled action sports, films in this year’s world tour are sure to captivate and amaze the explorer within you. This stop on the world tour is hosted by the Colorado Mountain Club. All proceeds benefit the Colorado Mountain Club. 

Be moved. Be inspired. Don’t miss out. Reserve your tickets today at Altitude Tickets or purchase tickets in person at the CMC Office in Golden, Pepsi Center Box Office or Dicks Sporting Goods Park.

Parking is included with price of ticket: Parking Information

EACH EVENING WILL PRESENT A DIFFERENT LINEUP OF FILMS! Be sure to get your tickets for both nights to ensure you don't miss a film!



2015 Film Lineup

Touch (2014)
Touch is a colorful and spectacular flying tour of Santorini in Greece, the Aiguille du Midi above Chamonix and the Col du Galibier in France, with a bit of cheekiness added in, just for fun.
Best Short Mountain Film - sponsored by The North Face
World-renowned trails rider Danny MacAskill is back! Filmed on the stunning Isle of Skye in Scotland, MacAskill returns to his childhood haunt for a new challenge: riding a mountain bike on the infamous Cuillin Ridge.
Inspired by their hero Wilfred Thesiger, adventurers Alastair Humphreys and Leon McCarron attempt a trip into the Empty Quarter desert on the Arabian Peninsula. The 1,000-mile journey sometimes puts the cart before the camel, and then, all you can do is laugh along the way.
Climbers Alex Honnold (USA) and Hazel Findlay (UK) team up for a journey into the exotic landscapes of South Aftrica. Breathtaking scenery and some of the best climbing in the world await.
*Contains coarse language and nudity
Storms are expected in Patagonia, but the drama that ensued during the big-budget filming of David Lama's quest to free climb the infamous mountain brought a new level of controversy. Challenge, scandal, adventure, and transformation on a mountain often said to be the most difficult in the world.
*Contains Coarse Language and Nudity
Sun Dog (2014)
What could be better than riding gorgeous lines of untouched snow with your best friend at your side?
Smile and laugh along with slack-liner Faith Dickey as she shows just how fun life on the line can be.
DRAWN (2014)
Four years, four cardinal points, four epic adventures - acclaimed climbing artist Jeremy Collins embarks on four journeys, from the Venezuelan Amazon, to the China-Mongolian Border, to the northern reaches of Canada, and closer to home in the Yosemite Valley.
Delta Dawn (2014)
Best Short Mountain Film - Sponsored by The North Face
During an experimental pulse flow in the spring of 2014, filmmaker Pete McBride packed up his stand-up paddle board and headed to the Colorado River Delta to investigate how we use and abuse Western water - and how restoration is possible.
Surfing photographer Chris Burkard loves capturing cold water surfers. He's prepared to venture to the ends of the earth to snap that once in a lifetime shot.
Eddie Hunter is 88-years-old and has skied over 2,500 days during the past 79 years. Follow him as he continues to shred on the home town mountains he just can't seem to get enough of.
In 1944, 20-year-old Frank Moore landed on the beaches of Normandy. Now, at the age of 90, he returns with his wife and son to heal the wounds of his past by fly-fishing the streams he once helped free.
Radical Reels People's Choice Award at the BMFF sponsored by Deuter
Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold are back! This time, a month riding their bikes and climbing desert towers in the American Southwest should be a piece of cake for these fast friends. Or will it?
*Contains coarse language
Vasu Sojitra lost his right leg to a blood infection at nine months old, but that doesn't stop him from venturing deep into the backcountry to ski challenging lines - entirely unassisted.
Afterglow turns big mountain skiing on its end, and then turns it upside down again, heading into the night through a wintery glow of trippy technicolor
Feature film won Grand Prize - sponsored by MEC
This film takes us on a journey through an amazing period in climbing history of Yosemite, form the counterculture lifestyle to the legendary big wall rivalry of pioneers Royal Robbins and Warren Harding.
*Contains coarse language