Multiple Venues - May 28, 2011 - 9:00 p.m.

Date: May 28, 2011
Start Time: 9:00 p.m.

Mountainfilm’s annual gnar collection, aptly named the Adrenaline Program, will melt faces under the stars Saturday night. The program was curated by Stash Wislocki, Mountainfilm producer, and Ben Knight of Felt Soul Media.

WildWater - North Fork of the Payette

Film Screening — Duration: 7 mins

The North Fork of the Payette has long been fabled as one of the classics of big water kayaking. WildWater—beautifully filmed by Anson Fogel (who also edited Chasing Water and Cold)—takes us along as kayakers attempt to run this classic during a record high water year. 

Berber Turns

Film Screening — Duration: 8 mins

Telluride local Kim Havell teamed up with Kris Erickson and Chris Rubens to explore the far reaches of Morocco’s skiing, including some turns on the second highest peak in Northern Africa.

Desert River

Film Screening — Duration: 5 mins

Sweetgrass Productions (Mountainfilm 2010, Signatures) offers a poetic ski film set to the haunting Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes song, “Desert Song.” The film provides a glimpse into the beauty of late season skiing in Haines, Alaska, as well as the extreme turns that still can be had as evenings deepen with long spring shadows.

Lundberg Loses It

Film Screening — Duration: 9 mins

Filmmaker Kenny Luby followed a day in the life of professional downhill skateboarder Eric Lundberg who has to transition from breakfast to trying not to lose it at 70 miles per hour. 

Way Back Home

Film Screening — Duration: 7 mins

With trial bike in hand, Danny MacAskill returns to the old country to try a few new school tricks. Filmmaker Dave Sowerby captured MacAskill at play in his hometown of Dunvegan, Scotland. 

Dark Side of the Lens

Film Screening — Duration: 7 mins

Surf photographer Mickey Smith artfully crafts and narrates an immensely powerful and brooding glimpse at some of Ireland’s heaviest, and coldest, waves.

Life Cycles

Film Screening — Duration: 45 mins

With this film, Life Cycles co-creators Derek Frankowski and Ryan Gibb have changed the visual aesthetic of mountain biking forever.