07 Oct 2021

At present only 50 seats available for this film event
COVID TRACER APP or sign in sheet must be used on arrival
Masks MUST be worn into the venue  - if purchasing drinks at the bar and though to your seating
Seating will be allocated on arrival at the venue into the groups you are with (your bubble)

If the situation changes prior to the  date we will contact all ticket holders 


Each year, the NZ Mountain Film Festival Charitable Trust puts on one of the world’s major Mountain Film Festivals in Wanaka and Queenstown, an internationally known event that attracts film makers from around the world. The festival aims to show case films from the high-octane sports such as skiing, climbing, kayaking and mountain biking.  It also features increasingly topical environmental and mountain culture films to inform and entertain.


Canterbury Alps Ski Traverse (10 mins) Director Alastair McDowell, NZ.
Traversing the Southern Alps on skis... now that sounds like an adventure; through the heart of Canterbury's wild yet withering glaciers, peaks and passes, from
Arthur's Pass to the Godley Valley.

Airport Wall (15 mins) Director Allie Rood, NZ.
Dan and Merry have both been looking at the Airport Wall in Fiordland for over 20 years. As almost a culmination of their careers as climbers, this is the story of how these guys achieved a first ascent of this massive big wall climb. It explains in detail what it takes, and what it means, for people interested in going there and trying to climb it themselves

Newton Peak (25 mins) Director Nick Kowalski, NZ.
Four Canterbury climbers set off into the heart of the Southern Alps to explore a rarely climbed peak with the hope of climbing a new route. Their journey takes them through the infamous ‘Garden of Eden’ ice plateau and through the thick, wild vegetation of the West Coast bush.

In the Theatre of the Gogs (19 mins) Director Richard Sidey, NZ.
A contemplation of art and adventure in the southern wilds of New Zealand by two Wanaka locals: landscape photographer Christopher David Thompson and adventure filmmaker Richard Sidey. This film is the unexpected result of their two unique perspectives.

Pilgrimage to Pilgrim (17 mins) Director Emil Hansen, NZ.
A self-filmed free climb of Aoraki/Mt Cook's East Ridge. A pilgrimage to the recently discovered route ‘Pilgrim’ - the last unclimbed route on Mt Cook.

Made in Aotearoa (37 mins) Directors Andy Deere and Ryan Heron, NZ.
Young upand-coming surfer Kehu Butler shows us his favourite spots around NZ as we learn about his family and deep connections to friends and ocean. This is the first time an NZ film has won this award, EPIC. 

Show Times

7:30pm Thursday 16th September 

Ticket Prices

$15 - Aduts

$10 Students



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