Watch 90 minutes of brand new adventure films from our 2019 International Film Competition presented by Pertex

We’re delighted to announce the films within Collection D.

Do you see what I see?

Kendal award winner Reuben Krabbe ventures into the BC back country and photographic deep space to find night-skiing unity, a newbie Kryzstan instagrammer inspires tourism, the Canadian Rockies guide rookies while conserving the wild and wonderful, a Kiwi couple venture out of signal and into the land of seals and ice by kayak and comradeship.



Two People, two weeks, two kayaks. Sophie and Ewan took a journey beyond wilderness, a self supported journey via sea kayak to connect with an uninhabited land of ice and penguins.The film takes you with them on their journey from the preparations of planning such an expedition, through the challenges and riding the highs of Antarctica.


As the population Southwest BC booms, and interest in backcountry travel is at an all-time high, tensions in the outdoor community are inevitable. What does it take to still find adventure


Emil is a social media-obsessed entrepreneur in one of the most remote places on earth: an abandoned Soviet mining village in the mountains of eastern Kyrgyzstan. Tracing his roots to the nomadic tribes that once roamed the area, Emil has returned to put his village of Jyrgalan back on the map by convincing wealthy tourists and famous bloggers to go there on vacation.


Running through the Alps it is important to stop and smell the roses... or at least sketch them.


Fear of the Unknown is the story of a dear friend who, imprisoned by his depression, could not leave the house.


Bears Ears National Monument is one of the most talked-about public lands under threat, though the dialogue often glosses over how sacred it is to many Native Americans. In March 2017, a group of tribes put their differences aside and came together to run 800 miles to Bears Ears––and to send a message of unity.


On his quest to complete his 3-part celestial ski photo series pro photographer Reuben Krabbe ventures into the backcountry of British Columbia to attempt to shoot a deep space ski photo of the Orion Nebula with a skier in the foreground.