We'll be announcing the very best films of the Festival followed by two inspiring Canadian climbers and some of the best climbing shorts of the year.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15TH
Centennial Theatre, 7:30pm
VIMFF FILM AWARDS 2014
SARAH HART - In The Poor House in Patagonia
Sarah shares stories of her last hooray in southern Patagonia, and a few lessons learned along the way as she navigates life as an unemployed social deviant.
VIKKI WELDON - Blue Jeans
Vikki tackles her biggest challenge yet, a hard multipitch on Mount Yamnuska. Technical, exposed and on crumbly Yam limestone, it is a true Alberta gem.
CASTLES IN THE SKY (USA, 5 minutes, 2013, dir. Ben Moon)
Sonnie Trotter establishes a new line in the Canadian Rockies.
JE VEUX (Germany, 13 minutes, 2012, dir. Joachim Hellinger)
ZAZ is a French pop-star and it is her dream to perform on top of Western Europe's highest peak, Mont Blanc.
PAUL (Canada, 8 minutes, 2013, dir. Alex Savage)
Paul and his dog Karma have lived on the road chasing the hardest, most aesthetic bouldering in North America for over 6 years.
OFFWIDTH OUTLAW (USA, 6 minutes, 2013, dir. Celin Serbo)
Since 2008, Pamela has been seeking out North America’s most challenging inverted and vertical off-width climbs.
GEYIKBAYIRI (Turkey, 28 minutes, 2012, dir. Ozturk Kayikci)
At first, local people thought they were treasure hunters and didn't understand what they were doing...
MC Sean Verret
Sean Verret is the Producer and Director of FEAT Canada. He is an endurance athlete who has raced all over the world in events lasting up to 12 days long. He owns his own consulting business and lives in Squamish with his wife Tanya and newborn Sierra.