2015 Film Lineup
 
NORTH OF THE SUN (2012) - Inge Wegge (25) and Jorn Ranum (22) spent nine months of cold, Norwegian winter to surf some of the worlds finest surfing waves.
Awards: 
2014 The Coldsmoke Award
2014 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival; Best Environmental Film
2014 Best Extreme Sports Film Award: Ladek Mountain Film Festival
2014 Audience Award; Environmental Film Festival Melbourne
Trailer - http://www.northofthesun.no
 
 
SUFFERFEST 2 (2014) - Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold are back on an ambitious three-week-long, bike-powered journey to climb as many desert towers in the Four Corners region of the US as they could.
Trailer -  http://vimeo.com/cedar/review/102425965/fb674d6661 
 
 
COLD ROLLED (2013) - Aaron Peterson - The Noquemanon Trails Network of Marquette, Michigan has nearly perfected the creation and upkeep of a dedicated snow singletrack system for fatbikes believed to be the first of its kind. Simply called the "Snow Bike Route", the 15-mile trail features berms, rollers and fast descents. It's pretty fun; so we're making a film about it. Along the way we'll explore the 30-year history of winter cycling in this adventurous Lake Superior harbor town, as well as the unique landscape and people that led to the development of the special equipment and skills needed to launch one of the earliest, and perhaps first, trails of its kind. 
Trailer -  https://clearcoldcinema.squarespace.com/news/
 
OVERVIEW (2013) - Steve Kennedy and Guy Reid - On the 40th anniversary of the famous ‘Blue Marble’ photograph taken of Earth from space, Planetary Collective presents a short film documenting astronauts’ life-changing stories of seeing the Earth from the outside – a perspective-altering experience often described as the Overview Effect. 'Overview’ is a short film that explores this phenomenon through interviews with five astronauts who have experienced the Overview Effect.

Website -  http://www.weareplanetary.com/overview/
Trailer -  http://vimeo.com/55073825
 
 
DELTA DAWN (2014) - Pete McBride - A look at the 2014 Colorado River Pulse Flow, and the first crossing of the Colorado River Delta via watercraft in over two decades. It's been more than 50 years since the river regularly reached the sea, but this year dam gates
were opened for an experiement in ecological restoration.
Website -  http://www.petemcbride.com
Trailer -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCcEOIu2wbg
 
 
WILDER KAISER EXTREME (2014) - Johannes Pistrol rides the Steinerne Rinne from Goinger Halt. The upper section from the summit down to the upper rinne is relatively straight forward, albeit slightly exposed. The lower section contains the
hardest and the most futuristic riding. Johannes didn't clear all sections but this attempt is the most that has been ridden so far.
 
 

K6 WEST (2013) - Raphael Slawinski and Ian Welsted established a new route in the Charakusa Valley of Pakistan in the summer of 2013. This is the story of arriving in the country, being confronted by the massacre of 11 people in Nanga Parbat, and the first ascent of K6 West (7040m). 
Awards:
American Alpine Club Lyman Spitzer Cutting Edge Award
Mugs Stump Award
Trailer -  http://vimeo.com/104347558

 
 
ENTER THE INCOMAPPLEUX (2013) - Carl Jacks - A 9 person team from the BC Interior set out to descend the notoriously dangerous Incomappleux River, south east of Revelstoke, BC. Starting with a grueling 14km bushwhack just to reach the river, the team was then pounded by heavy rains, flash flooding, class 5/6 rapids, and exhausting portages through remarkable old-growth rain-forest during their 55km journey.
Journal -  http://journal.mec.ca/issue2/enter-the-incomappleux/
Trailer -  http://vimeo.com/86567349
 
 
HANS GMOSER COLLECTION - Hans Gmoser presented his films at more than 50 different venues all across North America. While the film rolled on the screen and a soundtrack of classical music played independently, Hans would personally narrate the story. All three elements came together in a remarkably seamless and beautiful production. In his films Hans took us ski touring at Rogers Pass and the Little Yoho Valley. Together we explored the icefields along the Continental Divide and climbed the east ridge of Mount Logan in the Yukon and Mount McKinley in Alaska. On Yamnuska, Mount Louis and Castle Mountain we rock climbed high above the abyss. And of course we were there in the Bugaboos for the first years of heli skiing in 1965 and 66.
Trailer and Website -  http://www.whyte.org/archives/projects/2013-hans-gmoser.html
 
 
BE THE TRAIL (2013) - Morgan Edwards - Rider Logan Tacoma stars in this a-typical mountain biking film where high adrenalin riding and extreme stunts are replaced with a healthy dose of humour and surprising wardrobe choices. With "Be the Trail" Vancouver's North Shore trails come alive like they never have before.
 
 
Huayhaush (2014) - Joey Schusler - Three friends set out on a self supported ride, looking for nothing more than a truly genuine experience. The goal: to circumnavigate one of the most wonderful and wicked mountain ranges in the world – the Huayhuash, by bicycle