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George Knowles | USA 8 | World Premiere


Kai Lightner discovered the world of rock climbing at the age of six. Now at 14, he is pushing the boundaries and grades of both indoor and outdoor climbing… and staying focused.


Alex Honnold – El Sendero Luminoso

Renan Ozturk | USA 6


2,500 feet over El Portrero Chico, Mexico wih no rope. Alex Honnold climbed El Sendero Luminoso AKA The Shining Path in what could be the most difficult rope-less climb in history.


Beyond the Drop

Mark Anders | USA 7 | Colorado Premiere


Led by Rafa Ortiz, the kayak team, including Rush Sturges, Evan Garcia, Aniol Serrasolses, Martina Wegman and Casper Van Kalmthout, have fun exploring the river and the local culture, showing us that when it comes to running waterfalls there’s a lot more to it than just the drop.


Bryan and Kaia

Jonathan Kang | USA 3


Man’s best friend ripping it up trailside.


Caris Boxing

Xavi Amoros | UK 4


Jason’s story exposes an unlikely place to help, heal, and grow.


Castles in the Sky

Ben Moon | USA 4 | US Premiere

As Sonnie Trotter establishes a stunning new line in the Canadian Rockies, we learn that it is more than just the movement that motivates him.


Coming Up For Air

Mickey Smith | Ireland 5


“Just like winter ice, we all change with a little heat. It keeps us getting up each morning, keeps us awake at night, keeps us stealing precious scraps of time out on nature’s highways, hunting that clear, cold weight.”


Creativity is Intelligence Having Fun

Josh Brine | USA 3


Two brothers get active and creative with a fallen tree from their backyard.



Ben Knight, Travis Rummel & Matt Stoecker | USA 87


This powerful film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers. Where obsolete dams come down, rivers bound back to life, giving salmon and other wild fish the right of return to primeval spawning grounds, after decades without access. DamNation’s majestic cinematography and unexpected discoveries move through rivers and landscapes altered by dams, but also through a metamorphosis in values, from conquest of the natural world to knowing ourselves as part of nature.



Skip Armstrong | USA 6 | World Premiere


Capturing mystery on water with Ben Marr.


Duct Tape Surfing

Mark Tipple | Australia 4 | North America Premiere


18 years ago a slight lapse in concentration crushed Pascale’s dreams of surfing. With the help of a family friend and a roll of duct tape; she can now call herself a surfer.


Forest Ski Segment From Valhalla

Nick Waggoner and Zac Ramras | USA 3


Was that? a bird? a plane? a forest Gnome? This segment of Valhalla takes us to surprising moments on skis amongst the forest.


Highline Slackline

Travis Pitcher | USA 3


Allow Josh Beaudain of Gibbon Slacklines to explain what goes through his head as he steps off the ledge and into a mindset that we can appreciate, but perhaps have yet to figure out.



Joey Schusler | USA 10 | World Premiere


Capturing the beauty, culture, and wonder of the Peruvian Andes, Joey Schusler and friends set out to explore ancient trails that predate bicycles themselves.



Pete McBride | USA 4


The Colorado River runs 1450 miles across seven states and two countries supplying water for 36 million people. It flowed to the sea for six million years but has not kissed the ocean since the late 1990s.



Matt Hobbs | USA 4


A unique look into skiing and the power forged within the athletes mind, with Aidan Sheahan. As action sports athletes must push themselves physically, they also must equally balance themselves mentally.



Grace Jackson | USA 4 | Colorado Premiere


If you could live anywhere…where would it be? Jack English, at 93-years-old chose the Ventana Wilderness.


Kilian Martin: India Within

Brett Novak | USA 4


Explore India as Killian transforms skateboarding into an art form.


Last Weekend

Carl Zoch & Sarah Uhl | USA 4 | World Premiere


A weekend door-to-door adventure in our own backyard.


Legends of the Isles

Tony Franklin | USA 6


For some a sport is more than just physical expression it is a way of life. In Minnesota, pond hockey transcends age, interests, and ability.



Steve Winter | USA 120

McConkey is a heartfelt examination of the legacy one athlete left to the progression of his sports, and the path he paved to conquer his dreams. Shane McConkey is revered as a pioneer of freeskiing and ski-BASE jumping, and through his talent and ability to use his trademark irreverent humor, he inspired countless lives. In a new film, McConkey celebrates the life of one of the world’s ultimate innovators.


Mending The Line

John Waller | USA 20

90-year old WWII veteran and fly-fishing legend, Frank Moore, returns to Normandy to fish the rivers he saw as a soldier and taps into something deeper within himself.


Mission Antarctic

Xavier de La Rue | USA 38


Xavier de La Rue, multiple freeride world champion and two-time Olympian, is searching for what is next. Ready to explore, he sets off on a small boat with Lucas Debari and Renan Ozturk to capture and explore Antarctica once again.


Moments Notice

Mike Douglas | Japan 5


What if your buddy called and said, ‘It is storming over in Japan, can you drop everything and leave tomorrow?’


Nobody’s River

Skip Armstrong | USA 23 | World Premiere

Four-women journey down one of the last free flowing rivers of the world and discover raw beauty, industrial wastelands, devastating loss, and unbridled joy.


On The Road

Greg Fell | USA 4


Roaring Fork Valley local, Rickey Gates reflects on a South American road trip that kick-started a life of adventure and travel for him at 19.


White Salomon

Rush Sturges | USA 3


Find the beauty in the movement; over, in and through the water.


Sally Francklyn Story

Isaac Sokol | USA 8


A beautiful day in Jackson Hole turns into a long road to recovery for freeskier, writer, and friend Sally Francklyn. With a lot of hard work, help from others and an indomitable spirit, she is an incredibly inspiring story.



Cedar Wright | USA 18

Over the course of three epic weeks of pain and suffering, Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright, who have never done a bike tour in their lives, attempt to pedal to and climb all of Califonia’s 14k foot peaks and realize what a tremendously terrible idea they have committed themselves to.


Swim 1000

Miguel Endara | USA 8


Dave Cornthwaite attempts to combine his passion for long distance swimming with a drive for raising £1 million dollars for breast cancer awareness.


The Dark Hours

Kelly Cordes | USA 7 | World Premiere


Cold and shivering, lost and losing hope, Kelly Cordes recounts being benighted up Fitz Roy.


The Heat

Chris Eversole | USA 5


Heather ‘The Heat’ Hardy shows us focus and determination in the face of challenge.


The Explorer

Anson Fogel | USA 2


Humans have always been driven by curiosity and fed by an innate need to explore. There is an allure in the pursuit of the unknown. Never stop exploring.


The Revenge of the Beasts

Sebastian Linda | Germany 5


When this filmmaker was a kid he saw a skater jumping for the first time, he believed it was magic that made him fly. He realized that this was a childish fantasy…or was it?


Through the Lens – Taka’s Treehouse

Tyler Manson | Japan 8

Rob Machado begins working along side Takashi Kobayashi, legendary tree house builder, and begins to understand the power that a beautiful, symbolic tree house can bring to the Tsunami stricken Sendai region of Japan.


Under Desert Sun

Kevin Voegtlin | Angola 17


Exploration and surfing in the heart of Angola = some hard moments; flights are missed, food is scarce but conversation is plentiful, cars are stuck but waves are just over the next dune, and the beaurty of these waves makes it all melt away.



Renan Ozturk | USA 4

Can one of the worlds best Boulderers become a beginner again? Daniel Woods, Renan Ozturk, Alex Honnold and Matt Segal take a trip to explore the rock along the Green River and teach Daniel a thing or two about trad climbing.



Doug Bell | USA 8


Exploring the area around Lees Ferry near the Glen Canyon Dam with nothing more than a thirst for adventure, a love of fly fishing and filmmaking, this crew brings a beautiful place into perspective.


Walk New Ground

Pat R Notaro III | USA 3


At an early age, Trevor was enthralled by extreme sports, starting with downhill skiing. He pursued high risk sports, including skydiving, backcountry skiing, distance running, extreme mountain biking, and racing Porsches. Then….



Brecht Vanthof | USA 4


With waves over twenty feet breaking in only 3 feet of water, this legendary surf break in Southern California is unpredictable and extremely powerful.