Kendal Mountain Festival is the UK’s premier mountain film festival. It’s the most diverse event of its type in the world and their vision is to inspire more people to explore, enjoy and represent moun-tains, wilderness and their cultures. We are delighted to partner with KMF this year to screen a range of their award-winning short films at this year’s festival. A must for outdoor enthusiasts!
UK / 20min / Directed by Jen Randall & Claire Carter
Operation Moffat takes inspiration and wit from the colourful climbing life of Britian’s First Female Mountain Guide Gwen Moffat.
Of Fells and Hills
South Africa / 7 min / Directed by Dean P Leslie
In ‘Of Fells and Hills’ American trail runner Rickey Gates joins forces with British fell runner, Ricky Lightfoot, to explore the ancient practise of ‘Fell Running’.
USA / 5 min / Directed by Ben Sturgulewski
Snowflake, shares the story of an iconic and local legend from Englelberg, Switzerland who choos-es to base his life in the mountains.
Hang Son Doong
UK / 7 min / Directed by Ryan Deboodt
A visually stunning journey through what may be the largest cave passage in the world, Hang Son Doong.
UK / 7 min / Directed by Natasha Brooks
Blue Hue explores a swimmers experience of year round submersion in the cold mountain lakes of Snowdonia.
USA / 8 min / Directed by Anson Fogel and Skip Armstrong
Tangled vines. Endless rain. Dodgy hotel rooms. Mud. Biting flies. Aggressive viruses…perfection. Is this a vacation? Erik Boomer and team hunt the remote Mexican jungle for the perfect water-fall…and the perfect shot.