Mixed Tape : a collection of carefully curated memories and inspiring life events, thrown together with some kind of silly, possibly dangerous activities.
The Cape Town Adventure Film Festival is proud to present the new edition to the CTAFF program, an epic collection of short to medium length films that will leave you inspired to want to get outside and explore! Featuring a wide variety of stories, this event promised to bring laughs and a whole bunch of adventure stoke!
Films on the night include:
Can’t Ski Vegas
Rafting the Tatshenshini to ski in British Columbia and Alaska required hitting a very slim window of conditions, one that was not promising even days before their departure. With the spring thaw approaching and ten friends ready to chase this dream together, they committed. Whatever that meant.
The group came together as a bachelor party of sorts—ten friends from Boulder, Colorado planning to spend twenty days rafting and skiing, all as Mason’s last big adventure before tying the knot.
On paper, they’d come in search of the biggest ski lines of their lives. But the reality was that they had simply come to celebrate friendship. To withdraw into the wild, to remove distractions and cell service and emails, and to invest purposeful time into being together. That’s the real meaning of a bachelor party, right?
Kloof Corner Ridge
Hidden in plain sight, Kloof Corner Ridge is the pre-eminent ridgeline of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain skyline, but due to its technical nature, is reserved for those that have taken the time to truly know the mountain. Top South African trail runner Kane Reilly’s outlook is fundamentally changed when Andre Gie shows him a new way of moving in the mountains.
A visual surf odyssey that takes its audience around the world and back, featuring the cold waters of Scotland and Ireland, to the warm waters of Indonesia and everywhere in between. Starring Noah Wegrich, Nate Tyler, Nat Young, Gearoid Mcdaid, Conor Mcguire, Jake Kelley, Colin Moran, Ben Coffey, Michael Taras, Robin Caddell. A new film by Perry Gershkow.
Run The Line
Overgrown, farmed, pushed out, sold off and only half there, Beau sets off with a shovel in hand, dressed like a 50’s train drver, to re-trace an old train line. To run the line end to end would be the first human passing in over 60 years. Police, fences, blackberries, runner musings and leftover pasta, map Beau against a warm autumn day as he make his way across a landscape he’s lived in his whole life.