2011 Banff Mountain Film World Tour Pics

From The Asgard Project, winner of the award for Best Film on Climbing, 2010 Banff Mountain Film Festival.

After a terrific week in celebration of adventure culture the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is hitting the road this week. With it’s first stops through the state of Montana the new series of action pics both long and short are making the rounds throughout North America. You’ll find below a complete list of the films listed on the tour. Through coming weeks we’ll follow up here with a series of movie reviews. But when the Festival comes through your town don’t hesitate to write and share your thoughts on the flicks as you see them. Drop us a note here on the blog, on Facebook or at info@joytripproject.com.


As it Happens by Renan Ozturk & Cory Richards

AZADI: Freedom by B4 Apres Media

Chimaera by Dave Mossop

Deeper by Jeremy and Steve Jones

Dream Result by Rush Sturges & Tyler Bradt

Eastern Rises by Ben Knight & Travis Rummel

Fly or Die by Nick Rosen & Peter Mortimer

Into Darkness by John Waller

Khumbu Climbing School by Renan Ozturk

Kranked Kids – Just down the road

Last Paradise by Clive Neeson

Life Cycles by Derek Frankowski & Ryan Gibb

Miracle in the Storm by Nial Fulton

Rush Hour Dream by Kerim Jaspersen & Christian Menn

Salt by Michael Angus & Murray Fredericks

Still Motion By Jonathan Schmidt; Production Company: Morning Light Graphics

Stones into Schools

The Asgard Project by Alastair Lee

The Fall Line by Tyler Stableford

The Longest Way by Christoph Rehage

The Swiss Machine by

Wild Water by Doug Ammons & Anson Fogel

The Joy Trip Project is made possible through the generous support of sponsor Patagonia

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