2022 RED FILM PROGRAMME
Featuring mountain biking in Cappadocia, setting fastest known times in the Scottish highlands, skiing fresh powder lines and an epic climbing project on one of the hardest routes in the world - and much more.
CHOOSE YOUR EVENT VIEWING WINDOW
13 Jan 2023 (5pm) - 17 Jan 2023 (11:30pm)
The 2022 Red Film Programme films are available to watch for 4 day fixed viewing period windows (see times above).
Only available to watch in the UK & Ireland.
Single viewing passes £10 | Multiple passes - use code EPIC-TEN at checkout & save 10%.
Includes access to prize draw, bonus content and interactive virtual foyer.
Buying a Gift? Purchase a gift card AVAILABLE HERE. The recipient can choose any Banff Film Festival programme from the Virtual Live Events or Encore Channel when redeeming.
The films on the 2022 Red Film Programme were shown on the 2022 Banff Film Festival theatre tour.
RED FILM DETAILS
FOLLOW THE LIGHT
Boasting narrow canyons, dramatic sunsets and illuminated hot air balloons, the unique landforms of Cappadocia in Turkey are the dream setting for a mountain biking spectacular. With mesmerising cinematography and phenomenal riding, immerse yourself in this colourful adventure with top riders Kilian Bron, Pierre Henni, Pierre Dupont and JB Liautard.
REEL ROCK - ACTION DIRECTE
French climber and powerhouse Melissa Le Nevé spends seven years battling insane moves, inner doubt and the burden of history to become the first woman to climb the most revered sport route on earth – the 5.14d Action Directe in Frankenjura, Germany.
WEST HIGHLAND WAY
Stretching from Scotland’s largest city to the iconic Highland town of Fort William, the 95-mile West Highland Way is a long-distance path loved by walkers. It’s also the subject of fierce competition between elite mountain bikers, all vying to set a fastest known time record on the challenging route. Enter former pro rider Rab Wardell, who’ll need all of his bike handling skills and endurance to make history in his beloved homeland.
FROM MY WINDOW
BANFF AWARD: Best Short Film
From her bedroom window, Melissa Simpson has gazed at the highest peaks in Colorado for her whole life. They stand as a symbol of her greatest dream and her biggest obstacle, because Melissa has cerebral palsy. With the help of her friend and mentor, blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer, she sets out to conquer something far greater than a summit.
Professional snowboarder and climber Lonnie Kauk embarks on a journey to honour his indigenous Yosemite roots and to connect with his legendary father, Ron, by repeating some of his groundbreaking iconic climbs… including a second ascent of the route Magic Line, considered to be one of the world’s hardest climbs.
Dave Van Dame, aka the Farmer, spent his winters harvesting one of the most precious crops on earth: powder snow. A local legend in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, Dave retired at the age of 39, using his passion for efficiency and sustainability to keep him skiing powder turns from his favourite chairlift all the way into his 70s.
Please note that some of the films may contain a small amount of coarse language.