E.O.F.T. 19/20: Best of

The best films of the European Outdoor Film Tour 19/20 in one thrilling program.

The Films


Eliott Schonfeld crosses the Himalayas from west to east with his horse, Robert. While the icy passages become a serious challenge for his four-legged friend, the minimalist adventurer himself suffers through some bitterly cold nights and thinks that perhaps he may have skimped too much on his equipment after all.


Living in the moment typically isn't part of a conversation about mountain biking, but these two-wheeled machines can help us get back to a simpler life. In RETURN TO EARTH, the mountain bikers transport viewers to a feeling of flow and illustrate the many ways riding a bike can immerse you in the present moment.


Sarah McNair-Landry is the winner of the first 21st Century Adventurer Award. Her homeland, Baffin Island, shaped her early life and made her the polar expert she is today. She was the youngest person ever to reach both polar ice caps on her own and has already completed five successful Greenland crossings.


Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison dream of skiing the 8531-meter-high Lhotse. The Lhotse Couloir is an absolute dream line, but because the snow and weather conditions don't allow the Americans much time, they must set out to fulfil their dream at high speed and with minimal equipment.


Adam Rolston and Ron Rutland set out to hit a golf ball across the Mongolian plains. What sounds like a modern version of Sisyphus proves to be a real test for the two men, who could hardly be more different. But then they are joined by a stray dog – could he be the missing link between them?

The exclusive selection consists of 5 films varying from 10 to 25 minutes length. The total running time of the program is 100 minutes. The program is shown in the films’ original languages with subtitles available in English, German, Dutch, Italian and Slovenian.

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Enjoy a reunion with the Dodo’s singing, sailing, climbing party around Baffin Island, explore dirt roads in Kyrgyzstan with Kyle Dempster and follow French singer and alpine newbie ZAZ to the top of Mont Blanc.


To the ends of the world and back again: In Episode Two our heroes enter adventurous terra incognita, finding their way through the jungle of Papua New Guinea, the pack ice of Northern Canada, on horseback and in absolute free fall.


You can get a long way with a crazy idea, if you have the right friends to bring along. In Episode Three we cross Victoria Island with two mad men and the strangest of vehicles, jump off a moving bus with a bunch of French BASE clowns and follow two world class alpine parties through the geographical and mental highs and lows.