2023-24 TOUR

2023-24 Screenings Map

Use the map below to find currently confirmed screening locations for the 2022-23 Backcountry Film Festival’s in-person and virtual tour. Click on a location marker to access the link to the event page on our calendar for more information. Please note this is updated daily and if you don’t see your location listed, please reach out and/or continue to check back.

Watch Local, Support Local

Our national events are hosted by grassroots groups, nonprofits, and other organizations to benefit their local community. We highly encourage you to purchase in-person/virtual tickets for your local screening or watch a virtual screening that benefits a host who you would like to support. Funds raised go directly back into our hosts’ work for their backcountry backyard. It’s vital you “show” up from the comfort of your own home for the host and backcountry community that is near and dear to your heart. 

If you’re not sure which location or organization to support, you can virtually watch the current Festival program and other past programs through our Vimeo OnDemand. Tickets to watch these programs directly support Winter Wildlands and our grassroots groups at a national level.

Be a part of it!

Immerse yourself in a night of films that capture the spirit of winter. Adventure, environment and climate, youth outdoors, ski culture—you’ll find it all in this award winning lineup.

Funds raised at each screening stay in the local community to support human-powered recreation and conservation efforts, winter education and avalanche/safety programs and to raise awareness of winter management issues.

Currently Streaming

“Backcountry Film Festival – 17th Annual Season (2021-22)”
“Backcountry Film Festival – 16th Annual Season (2020-21)”
“Backcountry Film Festival – 15th Annual Season (2019-20)”
“Best of Fest” – PG13
“Best of Fest” – Kids
Ski Kind Film Festival

Upcoming Events

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Winter Wildlands Alliance is a national nonprofit organization working to
inspire and empower people to protect America’s wild snowscapes.