A film festival showcasing the abundance of adventure to be found in Tasmania + Mountainfilm on Tour

Cradle Mountain [TAS] (Apr 3-5, 2020)

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There will be plenty of unique venue spaces at next year's festival at Cradle Mountain! We've booked in the Don River Yurt Co. to set up cosy shelters from the unpredictable weather...see you at CMFF20 April 3-5 2020
What's your adventure? Submissions are OPEN for the One Year in Tasmania Adventure Film Competition...any adventure filmed in Tasmania between 1 March 2019 and 1 March 2020 can be entered. Over $3000 in prizes including $1000 cash from Cradle Mountain Canyons. Enter here: https://filmfreeway.com/CradleMountainFilmFestival (Film still from The Wilderness Jeweller by Sarah SImmons & Lara Van Raay as part of Women Of The Island)
“There’s a basic paradox to parenting,” says David Morton (mountain guide, paddler and father). “ You have to keep your kids safe, but you have to teach them to take risks and follow curiosity. Life is undeniably richer with a little bit of daring." Join David and his son Thorne on a river trip in remote Nepal in the film Big World, screening in an inspirational line up on WEDNESDAY OCT 16 in Launceston as part of the Paddling Film Festival - Launceston from 6:30PM at The Star Theatre, Launceston
Hi-ho two days to go!! Join us in Launceston and enter the draw for prizes on the night plus be in the running for these great tour-wide prizes Women's Adventure Film Tour 19/20 - Launceston also screening in Hobart on Sept 2
Join us on September 2 to celebrate adventurous women on the big screen during Women's Health Week! Hosted screenings in Launceston and Hobart at Village Cinemas, grab a ticket and some mates and brave a Monday night in winter :) https://www.womensadventurefilmtour.com/australia
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