Opening Weekend Daytime Film Screening

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Image from the film Shepherdess of the Glaciers

Image from the film Shepherdess of the Glaciers

Celebrate the 2016 Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival on opening weekend with unique film programs, delivering adventure from around the world. Featuring films: The Perfect Flight, Spacious: Being HearThe Trail to Kazbegi, and Shepherdess of the Glaciers.

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Related Films

The Perfect Flight

The Perfect Flight

5 Mins
When some neighborhood kids gave Shawn Hayes an abandoned red-tailed chick, it launched him on a lifelong journey into the medieval traditions of falconry.
Year: 
2016
Country: 
United States
Director: 
Josh Izenberg
Producer: 
Brett Marty
Production Company: 
Speculative Films
Advisory: 
General
Spacious: Being Hear

Spacious: Being Hear

10 Mins
There is an epidemic of extinction of silence on our planet. World-renowned nature sound recordist and acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton works to protect the few remaining quiet places from noise pollution.
Year: 
2016
Country: 
United States
Director: 
Palmer Morse
Producer: 
Matt Mikkelsen
The Trail to Kazbegi

The Trail to Kazbegi

16 Mins
What happens when four like-minded cyclists head into one of the world’s wildest mountain ranges with nothing but their mountain bikes and enough food to survive for 10 days?
Year: 
2015
Country: 
United States
Director: 
Joey Schusler
Producer: 
Joey Schusler

BREAK, 20 minutes

Shepherdess of the Glaciers

Shepherdess of the Glaciers

74 Mins
This outstanding, intimate film focuses in on the life of one of the last shepherdesses in Ladakh. She lives along at 5,000 metres above sea level with her 300 goats. Filmed by her brother over four seasons, the film draws us into her world of icy loneliness and friendship with her animals.
Year: 
2016
Country: 
France
Director: 
Stanzin Dorjai
Christiane Mordelet
Producer: 
Stanzin Dorjai
Christiane Mordelet
Production Company: 
Les Films de la Decouverte