Mountains on Stage - The Mountain Film Festival, Winter Edition

A co-presentation with Ski Uphill

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Sunday, Dec. 4

6:30 pm

$25 / Youth $12.50

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Mountains on Stage brings you four of the best mountain sports films from around the world.

The Festival showcases adventures, both personal and collective, reachable and extreme, right next to you and on the other side of the world; beautiful and well-edited projects that tell a story of the people behind the adventures.

Film Line-Up

From Shade to Light

North face of the Grandes Jorasses, January 2022. Charles Dubouloz sets off with a smile on his face on a vertical odyssey that will last 6 days. A mountain guide and a father, he nevertheless tackles the iconic Rolling Stones, one of the hardest routes in the Mont-Blanc massif, solo and in winter. The adventure of his life, extreme, intimate and magnificently filmed by Sébastien Montaz-Rosset who was there to follow Charles. A rock'n'roll journey that makes us live one of the most beautiful ascents of the last decades!

70 minutes

Free Rider

After "Zabardast", the director Jérôme Tanon is back with a film mixing once again humor, wonderful landscapes, soul searching, poetry and big exposed descents! Let's go to Alaska, the land of "spines", those captivating and technical snow ridges, in the company of Victor Delerue (twice Freeride World Tour winner) and Sam Anthamatten, well known to the regulars of Mountains on Stage. A funny and immersive film, which will make you want to go to the great outdoors and enjoy the powder!

30 minutes

Nina and Katie in Yosemite

A 100% female project, from the production to the direction and the protagonists, this film takes us to Yosemite, a crack climbing paradise in oceans of granite... Nina Williams, a specialist in committed bouldering where falling is forbidden, ropes up with Katie Lambert, accustomed to big adventures in Yosemite. An explosive duo that tackles one of the most difficult routes in the valley!

16 minutes

The Vagabonds of Logan

At 5959m, Mount Logan is the second highest peak in North America, and certainly one of the wildest mountains in the world. To reach it, Hélias Millerioux, Alex Marchesseau, Thomas Delfino and Gregory Douillard did not choose the easiest option. The approach is done on foot and on skis, in total autonomy, with 80kg per person to carry over hundreds of kilometers of moraines and tormented glaciers! We head for the East ridge, where the 4000 meters of vertical drop have never been skied before, then return to the ocean by raft... A total adventure, with friends, in a hostile but grandiose nature… Just magical!

40 minutes

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