Spotkania z Filmem Gorskim Zakopane, Poland
The Festival features films of mountaineering, adventure, culture, nature, and social and human rights issues. Six prizes are awarded. It presents photography exhibits, slide shows, workshops, archive films, climbing competitions and mountain tours. The Festival is committed to promoting widely understood mountain culture, encouraging development in film-making and creating an annual meeting point in September each year for a broad spectrum of participants.
Director: Magda Ziaja
Makuszynskiego 15 b, 34-500 Zakopane, Poland
Festival Internacional De Cine De Montana Ushuaia Shh... Ushuaia, Argentina
Ushuaia Shh... promotes visual arts, and offers a space for reflection about man and his natural environment. It promotes the observation, assessment, understanding and dissemination of culture and the environment, contributing to the strengthening of Andean traditions and the development of mountain activities. It takes place in Ushuaia, the southernmost city of Argentina, in Tierra del Fuego, where nature is expressed in all its beauty but also rigorously, awakening the spirit of adventure.
Directors: Pablo De Antueno, Julián Onyszczuk
Gobernador Paz 1480 (9410), Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Trento Film Festival Montagna, Societa, Cinema, Letteratura Trento, Italy
Trento witnessed the birth of the first mountain film Festival in the world in 1952. Today the TrentoFilmfestival features fiction films and documentaries, in which man faces adventure on the great mountain walls and in natural environments and mountain extremes. The meetings with the mountaineers, the shows, the exhibitions and “MontagnaLibri”, a showcase on international mountain publications, complete a wide cultural view of the high altitude lands through different themes and languages.
Director: Luana Bisesti
Centro S. Chiara, via Santa Croce 67,
I-38122 Trento, Italy