Climbing films are always centre stage at the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival and this year's a record with 24 films films - including the premiere of Wide Boyz II - Slender Gentlemen on Friday and our Sheffield Hospitals Charity fundraiser with The Limbless Mountaineer Jamie Andrew premiering his attempt to become the first disabled person to climb The Matterhorn followed by a discussion on risk and reward with Andy Kirkpatrick.
With three special Climb Film Sessions, two Mountain Film sessions, two feature length films and a wide range of lectures including Alastair Lee, James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini, Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker as well as James MacHaffie. See full climb films / talks line up CLICK HERE.
There's also free live music on in the bar most of the weekend, a kit sale, exhibtors hall, a large photo exhibition, activities, a ShAFF menu and special festival beer.
Wide Boyz Premiere
21.00 Friday 4th April
Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker are back, taking everything they learnt from their brutal ascent of Century Crack and applying to Canada's even thinner cracks in 'Slender Gentlemen'. See the film, then hear the lecture on Saturday.
Climb Films 1, 16.30 Sat 5th April, 17.00 Sun 6th April
Climb Films 2, 10.30 & 17.45 Sat 5 April
Climb Films 3, 19.00 Fri 4th April & 18.30 Sun 6th April
Mountain Films 1, 13.00 Sun 6th April
Mountain Films 2, 14.30 Sat 5th April
Assault On el Capitan, 14.00 Sat 5th April (review)
The Summit, 15.45 Sat 5th April
The Limbless Mountaineer
8pm Saturday 5th April 2014, ShAFF
Mountaineer and quadruple amputee Jamie Andrew premieres and talks about his new Channel 5 film + special guest panel including Andy Kirkpatrick.
All procceeds will go to Sheffield Hospitals Charity to help raise funds for a satellite blood fridge to support the Nothern General Hospital's Major Trauma Centre.
Behnd The Lends With Al Lee, 19.00 Friday 4th April
James McHaffie Lecture, 15.45 Saturday 5th April
Caroline Ciavaldini & James Pearson Lecture & Workld Premiere of Zembrocal, 17.45 Sat 5th April
The Wideboyz - Pete Whittaker & Tom Randall (lecture), 19.45 Sat 5th April
Expedition Workshop with Becky Coles, 11.00 Sat 5th April
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