Get ready for the 7th Annual North Bend Mountain Film Series! Doors open at 4:00 every Sunday from October 5 - November 16 and the films start at 5:00. The series continues the first week of December with the Banff Mountain Film Festival December 3, 4 and 5 and concludes with the North Bend Amateur Film Challenge Winners and Warren Miller's "No Turning Back" on December 6.
Filmmakers and athletes Jonah and Noah Powell will be at the Theatre to introduce the film and hang with the crowd.
For our tenth film we wanted to do something special. So all we did was capture our deepest powder ever, expeditions to the most remote mountain ranges, and the steepest spines on the planet. Combined with the most interesting characters on snow, and our usual low brow humor, and we have a ski movie worthy of our ten years filming the backcountry experience.
Part ski porn, part documentary, this is a full on propaganda piece promoting the joys and wonder of exploring winter on skis and split-board. It's our business and pleasure to break trail with those who are willing to put in the time, education and respect the mountains deserve and record it for posterity. This year we headed out looking for Some Thing Else, and we found it.
A last minute dream trip to Hokkaido, Japan with Eric Balken, Will Cardamone, Megan Michelson and Dan Abrams
A yurt stay in The Beartooth Mountains of Montana with Carston Oliver, Eric Balken, Ben Nobel and Alyssa Larson
Steep spine clinic with Neil Provo in the Tordrillo Mountains of Alaska
Phat Camp with Andrew McLean, Thomas Gaisbacher and Noah Howell in the Wrangell St Elias National Park and Preserve
Paul Kimbrough in the mighty Tetons crusading to resuscitate telemark skiing
Snowy Mountain Lodge in British Columbia hosts JP Auclair, Kalen Thorien, Ian Provo and Riley Leboe
A look into the mind and the turns of Freeride World Tour Champion Drew Tabke
Geoff McAndrews shows us the ups and downs of his world in the Salt River Range of Wyoming
Carston Oliver and happy fun times jumping crevasses in Alaska
This is the 15th film from Level 1 and features up-and-coming talent and great terrain from our own Summit at Snoqualmie!
Featuring: Magnus Granér. LSM. Will Berman. Duncan Adams. Sig Tveit. Adam Delorme. Tim McChesney. Wiley Miller. Khai Krepela. Will Wesson. Sandy Boville. Shay Lee. Tanner Rainville. LJ Strenio. Banks Gilberti. Logan Imlach. Tatum Monod. Superunknown XI and Friends.
Shot on Location in: Schweitzer, Idaho. Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington. Riksgränsen. Colorado. Wyoming. Whistler, British Columbia. Aspen, Colorado. Ontario. Poland. Switzerland. Sweden. France. Japan. New York. Minnesota. Montana. Massachusetts. Wisconsin. Michigan. Illinois. Vermont.
Ten-time Big Mountain Rider of the Year winner Jeremy Jones revolutionized backcountry snowboarding with Deeper, his 2010 ode to splitboarding and human-powered adventure. His 2012 sequel, Further, took him to the planet's most remote mountain ranges and earned him a nod as a 2013 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, and his environmental advocacy work with Protect Our Winters won him recognition as one of President Barack Obama's 2013 Champions of Change.
Now Jones and TGR are elevating their game and taking their quest to the next level for the third and final installment of the Deeper, Further, Higher trilogy from the award-winning producers at Teton Gravity Research. Presented by Subaru, Higher traces Jones' snowboarding journey from hiking Cape Cod's Jailhouse Hill as a child to accumulating several generations' worth of wisdom and expertise about thriving and surviving in the winter wilderness.
Jones has gathered friends old and new to pass the torch to the next generation of big mountain rippers. His crew for the film includes Bryan Iguchi, Luca Pandolfi, Ryland Bell, and others. With these friends, Jeremy leaves tracks on signature lines in the close-to-home playgrounds he's made his own around Jackson Hole. He also makes history with far-flung first descents in the Eastern Alaska Range and the Himalayas of Nepal, where the stakes are as high as the peaks themselves.
Approximately 7:00 PM immediately following "Higher"
TGR's Almost Ablaze is a global odyssey combining state-of-the-art cinematography and the most progressive riding on The Planet. Experience a new level of sensory overload as each athlete is wired for sound, immersing the audience completely in the moment. Watch as athletes push the edge to realize a heightened state.
Almost Ablaze highlights stunning locations, next-level riding, and the globetrotting lifestyle of these thrill-seeking athletes. The crew sets up camp deep in the Teton Range hitting 5,000-foot dream lines all on foot. Check out urban riding in the war-torn Winter Olympic venues of Sarajevo. Explore the massive untapped terrain of Sella Nevea, Italy during a record winter where they struggle to keep lifts and chalets from completely disappearing into the snow. Finally, feel the madness as TGR's full cast of athletes meets in Revelstoke for a mind-blowing session producing some of the most diverse riding in the world. Almost Ablaze takes you beyond the boundaries. Experience a rarely seen state of being and level of excitement where one missed step will result in total chaos.
"The Edge...There is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over. The others-the living-are those who pushed their control as far as they felt they could handle it, and then pulled back, or slowed down, or did whatever they had to when it came time to choose between Now and Later. But the edge is still Out there." –Hunter S. Thompson
The REEL ROCK Film Tour, in its 9th year, brings a special presentation of Valley Uprising - the riveting tale of Yosemite climbing, spanning half a century of struggle against the laws of gravity and the laws of the land.
Pretty Faces is a film celebrating women who thrive in the snow. The concept for the film was originated by professional big mountain skier and SheJumps co-founder, Lynsey Dyer with the objective of giving women and girls, young and old, a source of inspiration through a unique look at what is possible when boundaries are broken, dreams captured and friendships cultivated. In Lynsey's words "I wanted to give young girls something positive to look up to... I wanted to give them their Blizzard of Ahhs, Ski Movie or High Life, but done in a way that also shows the elegance, grace, community and style that is unique to women in the mountains."
A different kind of film festival on a mission to inspire adventure of all kinds, to connect generations through shared experience, to engage passion with a conscience, and to educate through film. 5Point Film is built on five guiding principles: respect, commitment, humility, purpose and balance. We believe these same principles also form the foundation for individuals who lead lives of adventure and connect all of us who share an elemental passion to explore and expand our boundaries.
Visit the 5Point Film website for more information on the films, including individual film trailers.
We expect a full house, so be sure to purchase your ticket early.
The original and preeminent exhibition of fly fishing cinema, The F3T is a one of a kind experience. Each year fishy folk of all ages gather at premieres to soak up films from around the world, spin a few yarns amongst friends and dream about casts still unmade. If you've been, you know what we're talking about. If you haven't, we hope to see you soon!
The Fly Fishing Film Tour is brought to North Bend WA by the Bellevue Issaquah Chapter Trout Unlimited. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Bellevue Issaquah TU environmental and conservation projects.
For more information please contact Mark Taylor, 206-200-2840 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival celebrates mountain sports and culture. The main VIMFF Festival runs in February each year. This year the festival in Vancouver runs from February 7 - 15. If you didn't make it to Vancouver you're in luck because...
The 2014 "Best of the Fest Tour" will be presented at the North Bend Theatre on February 14 in partnership with the Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center (NWAC). We'll feature beer from the Snoqualmie Falls Brewery and a night of great mountain films. Grab your Valentine and make it a date!
The winning films will be played on the big screen on December 7 as a part of the North Bend Mountain Film Festival in coordination with the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting in Downtown North Bend.
Must be PG rated
Must have a connection to North Bend, WA and outdoor recreation
Film duration may not exceed 15 minutes
Films must be submitted by November 15, 2013
For more complete entry, selection and prize information please contact Gina Estep, Community and Economic Development Director, at (425) 888-4370. Films shall be submitted electronically to email@example.com, by mail at PO Box 896 North Bend, WA 98045 or in person at 126th East Fourth Street, North Bend.