To celebrate the launch of the 6th annual Women in Adventure Film Competition we're putting on a night of films, talks and workshops!
Alongside Womenclimb, we have teamed up with the Women's Trad Festival to officiate the launch of the 2020 competition - it's set to be the biggest and best yet!
Held in the Outside Shop Cafe in Hathersage, the evening will be jam-packed with two Women in Adventure Film compilations: Peak Adventure and Adventure Top Picks.
The evening will also include talks from BMC President Lynn Robinson, Women's Trad Festival Organiser Gilly McArthur will also be there to talk about her new icy wild swimming film Floe State, and there will be a workshop run by Womenclimb CEO and competition judge Emily Pitts.
Walk among inspiring female climbers and mountaineers as the exclusive British Women Climb Exhibition will be out for your perusal. In the interval there will also be an amazing auction where you can get your hands on some bargains: from down jackets to ropes with all proceeds going to the Women's Trad Festival. Plus there will be freebies and refreshments throughout the evening.
So if you're an adventure film fanatic, around in the Peak for WTF or happen to be climbing in the area come join us for our launch evening! See you there!
- BMC, Womenclimb and WTF team
When and where?
The launch will take place at Outside Café in Hathersage on Thursday 1st August at 19.00.
Admission tickets will cost £7 or £6 for BMC Members and all profits from the event will go to supporting the Women’s Trad Festival.
WATCH: This year's winner Aziza
The BMC TV Women in Adventure Film Competition is back and accepting submissions for 2022. So dive in, if you have a story to tell or a cause to share it's time to do so!
We want to see your adventures captured on film and keep the cycle of inspiration rolling as we head into the eighth year of the competition, supported by Montane.
WATCH: Women in Adventure Film Competition 2022 Trailer on BMC TV
WATCH: All the 2021 winners and entries
WATCH: All the 2020 winners and entries
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