Faster, steeper, higher, deeper – the Banff Mountain Film Festival "Radical Reels" tour is coming to Bozeman, Montana on October 15th ...brought to you by 95-1 The MOOSE!

Catch the steepest and deepest in high-adrenaline outdoor sport films when the Bridger Ski Foundation hosts the 2011 Radical Reels Tour comes to Bozeman on, October 15th at 7pm at the Emerson Center Theater.

Hurtle down steep untouched powder, feel the cold spray of stomach-dropping kayak first descents, fly high with the world’s wildest BASE jumpers, and much more in extreme mountain sports.

Growing out of the famous Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour, Radical Reels screens the best in action sports film making, audience-tested and programmed for maximum excitement.

The Radical Reels Tour kicked off in the winter of 2004 in a limited number of special locations, and now visits over 50 cities in the US and Canada..

For more information on the Radical Reels tour, including tour locations and dates:

Hosted by the Bridger Ski Foundation the Radical Reels Film Tour screens in Bozeman on Saturday, October 15th at 7 pm at the Emerson Theater. For tickets, go to Helly Hanson in downtown Bozeman or the Northern Lights Trading Co. on East Babcock.  For further details, contact the Bridger Ski Foundation at 406-587-2455.

Banff Mountain Film Festival - Radical Reels Tour 2011
Film Program

Cross Country Snowboarding
Canada, 2007, 3 minutes
Directed by Adam Brodie
Produced by Geoff McLean
Classification: Parental Guidance
Focus: Spoof / Cross-country snowboarding

Joel and Tate, the world’s most dedicated Nordic snowboarders, battle the winter elements as they fight prejudice from skiers and regular snowboarders alike.

Follow Me
Canada, 2010, 21 minutes
Directed by Darcy Wittenburg
Produced by Ian Dunn
Classification: General – no advisory
Focus: Mountain biking

You’re at the head of a trail you have never ridden before. With a knowing look, a friend turns to you and says, “Just follow me!” Depending on who says it makes a pretty big difference for what lies ahead, but whether it’s a good idea or not, we almost always drop in. From sending giant step-downs to high-speed trails, it’s always better to share the ride.

Light the Wick
USA, 2010, 25 minutes
Directed and produced by Steve Jones
Classification: General – no advisory
Focus: Skiing

Light the Wick is about sparking the flame and watching the world’s best athletes blast off. Once again, TGR’s crew of athletes and cinematographers have raised the bar with some of the ski world’s most jaw-dropping footage.  Follow the crew as they discover the previously unskied big mountain playground of Petersburg, Alaska, enjoy an epic powder day at Jackson Hole, and tear up the park at Stephen’s Pass.

Living the Dream
USA, 2009, 3 minutes
Directed and produced by Renan Ozturk
Classification: General – no advisory
Focus: Rock Climbing

For most of the last six years, Renan Ozturk has been a traveling vagabond following his passion for rock climbing. This existence involved sleeping outside in wild places, hitching rides, living on little, draining his bank account, and occasionally, dumpster diving. Now a little more domesticated, Renan shows us he is still living his dream every day.

France, 2010, 6 minutes
Directed by Maxime Moulin
Produced by Nissan Outdoor Games, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc 2010
Classification: General – no advisory
Focus: Multi-sport

A group of friends meet up at a chalet in Chamonix Mont Blanc to recount their extreme sport experiences. A loud noise awakens a child and draws him to the place where these stories have been shared. OSeven is based on Sigmund Freud’s theory that “happiness is a child's dream fulfilled in maturity.”

Second Nature
USA, 2009, 6 minutes
Directed and produced by Colin Blackshear
Classification: General – no advisory
Focus: Downhill longboarding

An exploration of the abstract and the extreme, Second Nature is an examination of the natural boundaries of the human body. Noah Sakamoto, Patrick Rizzo and J.M. Duran star as the test subjects as they wield skateboards and vintage suits to race down the roads of the High Sierras in California.

The Storming
USA, 2010, 18 minutes
Directed by Travis Robb
Classification: General – no advisory
Focus: Snowboarding

The Storming is a visual snowboarding feast, born out of the desire to push the limits of the action sport film genre.  The Storming features a cast of riders dedicated to advancing the level of the sport in all aspects-- from heart stopping big mountain riding to ground breaking freestyle.

France, 2010, 13 minutes
Directed and Produced by Julien Nadiras and Vladimir Cellier
Classification: General – coarse language
Focus: Bouldering

Nestled under the Tuzgle volcano in Argentina lies an unexplored wonderland of boulders and crags.  Tuzgle follows Swiss climber Nina Caprez and her climbing companions as they discover this playground in the desert.

The Ultimate Ride: Steve Fisher
USA, 2009, 19 minutes
Directed by Erich Lyttle
Produced by Scott Bradfield
Classification: General – coarse language
Focus: Whitewater Kayaking

Renowned kayaker Steve Fisher brings together a crew of big-water pros to experience the force of Africa’s mighty Zambezi River. Steeped in the brotherhood of kayaking, this documentary showcases Fisher and his crew in the definitive ride of their lives.