Saturday (25th) Afternoon – Tickets £10: Bonar Hall - Starts 1400hrs
The films showing this afternoon are from the Banff Word Tour.
Film: Ace and the Desert Dog
Film USA, 2015, (9 mins) Filmmakers: Brendan Leonard, Semi-Rad Media
For his 60th birthday, adventure photographer Ace Kvale and his dog, Genghis Khan, set out on a 60-day trek in Utah’s canyon country.
Film: Doing it Scared
Film Australia, 2016, (11 mins) Filmmaker: Catherine Pettman
Eighteen years after a catastrophic accident which left him partially paralyzed, climber Paul Pritchard returns to the Totem Pole to find out if he has recovered enough to finish the climb.
Film: Max Your Days
Film Canada, 2016 (4 mins) Filmmaker: Malcolm Sangster
Summer solstice on Canada’s West Coast – the possibilities are endless!
Film: Ruin and Rose
Film USA, 2016, (7 Mins) Filmmaker: Ben Sturgulewski
Follow these talented freeskiers as they tackle very different terrain in search of gorgeous jumps in Whistler and big lines in Alaska.
Film: Give me Five
Film France, 2016, (11 mins) Filmmaker: Arnaud Longobardi
Join a madcap group of French free-falling flyers as they try to perform the aerial stunt of a lifetime in the Chamonix Valley.
Film: Danny MacAskill's We Day Out
Film UK, 2016, (6 mins) Filmmaker: Stu Thomson
Want to see what Danny MacAskill does on his day off? Explore the Scottish rural landscape in a film that sets out to capture the simple fun of a ride in the country with moments of incredible riding and a touch of humour.
There will be an interval of 30 minutes. Refreshments available on both levels. Be sure to visit the art exhibitions and the trade stands.
Presentation: Robbie Phillips - Life on the Wall
Life on the Wall a funny and insightful 45-50 minutes on what its been like transitioning from a sportclimber to adventure big waller and then goes deep into what its like living on a wall with many stories taken across his whole climbing life; from Scotland, Yosemite, Patagonia, Alps, etc...with photos, film and plenty of jokes!
Robbie Phillips is a 27-year old kid who currently resides in a white (yet rustic) ford transit. It's parked up either in the Alps right now or in his mum and dads driveway in Edinburgh depending on when your reading this. If it's September he'll be training at EICA and preparing for the Worldcup; if it's October he'll be in Yosemite trying to make the first British Free Ascent of "The Nose" on El Capitan; either way you can be guaranteed he won't be doing much "real work"... he never has!