Adventure Film Tours is about the celebration of the outdoors and adventures. Our film tours offer people the possibility to connect and interact directly with the adventure community where friendships are made and dreams shared.
Adventure Film Tours is able to bring you work class content that is guaranteed to leave you breathless and inspired. We do this by working closely with many of the leading outdoor adventure film festivals around the globe. See our portfolio below.
MountainfilmTour uses the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.
Launched in Colorado in 1979, it is now one of the world's most exciting outdoor adventure festivals touring 6 continents and more than 80,000 people.
Women's Adventure Film Tour features some of the world's most inspiring women in adventure.
This festival is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things. In a global first it was launched to a sell-out crowd in Sydney in May 2017.
European Outdoor Film Tour is one of the worlds greatest outdoor film tours. With more than 300 shows in 14 countries the festival showcases inspirational protagonists with a heartfelt passion for adventure and the great outdoors. Next stop Australia.
International Ocean Film Tour is the ultimate film event for ocean lovers. Now in its 4th year, it features amazing cinematography and stories that will never be forgotten, including cameos from Richard Branson, Jack Johnson and Kelly Slater.
For Tommy Caldwell, The Dawn Wall was much more than just a climb. It was the culmination of a lifetime defined by overcoming obstacles. At the age of 22, the climbing prodigy was taken hostage by rebels in Kyrgyzstan. Shortly after, he lost his index finger in an accident, but resolved to come back stronger. When his marriage fell apart, he escaped the pain by fixating on the extraordinary goal of free climbing The Dawn Wall.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA—Renowned rock climber Alex Honnold on Saturday became the first person to scale the iconic nearly 3,000-foot granite wall known as El Capitan without using ropes or other safety gear, completing what may be the greatest feat of pure rock climbing in the history of the sport.
He ascended the peak in 3 hours, 56 minutes, taking the final moderate pitch at a near run. At 9:28 a.m. PDT, under a blue sky and few wisps of cloud, he pulled his body over the rocky lip of summit and stood on a sandy ledge the size of a child’s bedroom.