Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 7 to 10 June

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious mountain festivals in the world!

Hot on the heels of the Festival that is held every fall in beautiful Banff, Alberta, the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour hits the road. With stops planned in about 550 communities and more than 40 countries across the globe, the World Tour celebrates amazing achievements in outdoor storytelling and filmmaking worldwide!

Traveling to remote vistas, analyzing topical environmental issues, and bringing audiences up-close and personal with adrenaline-packed action sports the World Tour is an exhilarating and provocative exploration of the mountain world.

Be moved. Be inspired. Don’t miss out. Reserve your tickets today. For more information visit


We will be screening two programmes, Ruapehu and Tasman. All screenings start at 7pm with doors open from 6.30pm.


Tickets prices are as below and available at;

· Single Screening General Admission – $25

· Single Screening NZAC member / Youth / Student – $18

· Double Screening General Admission – $43

Limited stock of select double screening tickets available. Once double screening tickets are sold out, individual tickets to each screening will need to be purchased.

For the purposes of concession tickets, a ‘youth’ or ‘child’ applies to any attendee aged under 18.

You can show your ticket digitally on your phone, or print your ticket. If you’re an NZAC member please bring your membership card with you.

Please make sure you have selected the right dates/locations/quantities to suit your needs. No refunds are available unless the event is cancelled in relation to Covid-19. More details are available here:

On the day please bring your ticket and ID or NZAC membership card to show on entry if applicable. You can show your ticket digitally via your smartphone/device, or print your ticket off from this site. Double Screening Pass tickets will need to be brought along to each screening.

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