Join REI and CRAGS for the first ever, local-crag climbing festival! On Saturday, September 23rd, come out and support your community's local climbing organizations, CRAGS and the Access Fund, along with other local non-profits during a breakfast meet and greet. Fuel up with a lunch spread before hopping into climbing clinics and classes, including multi-pitch efficiency with Black Diamond sponsored athlete, Brittany Griffith! When you're finally pumped from a full day of climbing and exploring the area, finish off the night with a catered dinner, local brews from Crooked Lane, and a No Man's Land Film Festival screening. All film screening proceeds go to CRAGS.
We are super excited to be hosted in Denver by Outdoor Women's Alliance and REI. Doors will open at 5:30 pm and the show starts at 6 pm. Tickets are $15 online, $20 at the door. OWA always throws legendary events, so get your mom on speed dial - because this is one night that you will want to phone home about.
Join Virginia Commonwealth University Outdoor Adventure Program for an unforgettable night featuring a collection of films and a panel of women who are movers and shakers in the outdoor world. This event is sponsored by VCU Rec Sports Outdoor Adventure Program. Admission is free for students; non-students pay $5. Tickets can be purchased online, in person at the OAP Outdoor Rental Center, at the Cary Street Gym Climbing Wall, or at the door. The event will be held October 4th at 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm at the VCU Campus. We hope to see you there!
We are beyond excited to be teaming up with Casting for Recovery for another year in a row. This organization feeds and supports the lifeblood of the adventure community. The ladies at CfR are endlessly generous and have created a powerful space for women to experience the outdoors in a safe and supported way. To get involved or experience their magic, come out to our event October 5th in Austin, TX.
The event will be held October 5th from 6 pm - 8 pm at the YETI Flagship Store in Austin, TX. Stay tuned for event updates and ticket links! But definitely put this date in your calendar - if you are rolling in Texas, we would love to see you!
Are you ready for the annual Rocktoberfest in the beautiful Red River Gorge this year? We are! We are stoked to the moon to be partnering with the Red River Gorge Climber's Coalition. This event will be held at the Land of the Arches Campground. We can't wait to kick off a new season of rock climbing with friends from near and far. All proceeds from this event will be used to fund the Bald Rock Recreational Preserves. See you in the south!
We are going back to college! The MIT Outing Club and MIT Lecture Series Committee will be bringing us within their distinguished halls October 17th, 2017. Tickets are $5 with a valid MIT ID or $10 for general admission. The event will be held in MIT Building 26-100. Be there–or be square!
We invite you to Hamilton Theater for a FREE event brought to you by Colgate Outdoor Education! Individuals must have tickets to enter, which are available for pickup at Hamilton Theater or with Colgate Outdoor Education. Numbered tickets will correspond to a raffle held at the end of the night! This event will start with a panel discussion from 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm. Please join us for an evening of films and fun at the Hamilton Theater!
We are thrilled to partner with the Gunks Climbers' Coalition for our Gunks debut! The event will take place at the legendary Rock and Snow Annex in New Paltz, NY. This will not be a ticketed event, but donations to the GCC is greatly appreciated. More information to come.
Black Rock Bouldering Gym is teaming up with No Man's Land for the first time to empower and inspire their climbing community through film! In collaboration with Boulder Broads, a supportive female climbing community, they are dedicated to fostering a supportive environment among women who desire to move with a purpose in anything they do. Ticket purchase includes a drink, popcorn, and a day pass (to be used at a later date) in addition to exclusive access to raffles and giveaways from our generous sponsors.
In collaboration with James Madison University, we are offering a special film screening at the University. This will not be a ticketed event and will only be open to JMU faculty, students, and staff. The public is welcome to join as a guest of a JMU community member.
We are so excited to add the Twin Cities to our tour this coming fall! The Cairn Project is proud to host a screening of No Man's Land for adventurers in Minneapolis. Doors open at 5 pm and films will start at 7 pm sharp and will conclude with a panel discussion featuring prominent local female adventure athletes. Come early, snag a seat, grab a bite or beer, and chat with some of the local organizations that are working to elevate women in the outdoors. There will be a drawing for prizes donated by local retailers throughout the evening. We can't wait!
We are so excited to go to Tucson, AZ this winter! Join CASA at the Loft for a screening of climbing and other vertical sport films featuring female adventure athletes. A few local climbing women and their contributions to the climbing community will be featured throughout the night! More details to come.
September 14th - 17th in Carbondale, CO will mark our third annual Flagship Festival and we are back with more moxie, hustle, and drive than ever! This weekend will be filled with adventure meetups in all disciplines, presentations, panels, and workshops from world-class female athletes, activists, and adventurers, and four film programs that we guarantee will leave you keen to take on your next adventure.
We are so excited to be taking NMLFF overseas with Approach Adventure! These women are putting on an event that you will not want to miss. Our program covers everything from skiing to climbing to skateboarding. Don't miss this Australian first event right here in Mackay thanks to the BOQ Mackay City and Approach Adventure. The screening will be intertwined with a cool and cozy social atmosphere, which will be tied together with American style cuisine, good wine and adventure packed inspiration. Bring your friends, partners, and colleagues for this unique event!
Tickets include canapés and a drink on arrival. The event will be held from 6 pm to 10 pm at the Lancaster Lawns at the Harrup Park Country Club. Proudly brought to you by Approach Adventure Mackay, in partnership with Harrup Park, Oatley Wines, and BB Print Pty Ltd.
We are very excited to be teaming up with BAWS (Bad Ass Women in Sports) Festival for their inaugural year in Carrollton, TX. Everything is bigger in Texas, they say. Well this event is going to be HUGE. The BAWS team is bringing in Hazel Findlay and Tiffany Hensley in to speak before the film festival and to host climbing workshops.
It's official. We are going international! Join us Thursday, May 25th at Patagonia Vancouver. Doors open at 7 pm and the show runs from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. It's $5 at the door and all proceeds are going to Outdoor Women's Alliance. Sounds like a good time, eh?!
For more information and to stay current with any exciting updates, see our Facebook Event Page.
We are super excited to be coming to Seattle! The water, the mountains, the trees, the beer - it is a perfect breeding ground for a show-stopping adventure. Join us Thursday, May 18th from 6:30 pm to 9 pm PST at the Vertical World in Seattle, WA for a night of radical films featuring female adventurers. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the films will roll at 7:30 pm. This event is hosted by the Outdoor Women's Alliance.
Women for Wild Lands, Environmental Policy Awareness Coalition, and SheJumps are hosting No Man's Land Film Festival April 30th at the Lory Student Center Theater. This unique film festival is a series of short films that meets the need and desire to highlight and connect with women in pursuit of the radical. Attendees are encouraged to get out and play in the outdoors, take action in protecting the wilderness, and contribute to an inclusive outdoor community. This event is sponsored by ASCSU, Sara Ransford, and The Wilderness Society.
This is a FREE event, but bring cash for raffle tickets to benefit Women for Wildlands.
NMLFF will be hosting a screening in collaboration with Patagonia in Freeport, Maine. This event is free and open to the public! Join us for an evening of celebrating the places we love with great people and free beer.
Location: Patagonia Freeport- 9 Bow St, Freeport, ME
Doors at 6:30 pm with films at 7 pm
Outdoor Women's Alliance is proud to host No Man's Land Film Festival in New England for a night of all-female adventure films! Join us for a night of passionate women playing on the big screen. Bring a few extra bucks and purchase raffle tickets to support Outdoor Women's Alliance. A portion of the proceeds will stay local to support the New England Grassroots Team. All genders are welcome and are encouraged to attend!
For current updates, see our Facebook Event Page.
Outdoor Women's Alliance is proud to host No Man's Land Film Festival at Scripps College for a night of all-female adventure films! Join us for a night of strong, passionate women playing outdoors on the big screen. The films will be followed by a panel of on-campus leaders to inspire and discuss ways to get involved with outdoor recreation and sustainability in your local community.
Bring a few extra bucks and purchase raffle tickets to support Outdoor Women's Alliance. A portion of the proceeds will stay local to support the Southern California Grassroots Team. All genders are welcome and are encouraged to attend!
Tickets are FREE for students and $10 for the public. Need Tickets?!
For updates, tune into our Facebook Event Page.
We are proud to partner with Wylder Goods for a night of community, films and fun! While the focus of our festival is on storytelling from a unique female lens, all genders are welcome.
In addition to the film fest, Wylder is bringing together local non-profits to educate and activate our community towards shared goals. We'll kick off the night with a panel discussion moderated by Sierra Club Outdoors Director, Stacy Bare to educate the Utah outdoor crowd and deliver practical solutions for getting involved in local environmental politics and initiatives.
We'll have delicious food trucks on site and all beer is provided by our pals at Uinta Brewing. Our raffle prizes are incredible and we have an assortment of amazing stuff from outdoor brands and local businesses!
Come for the beer, awesome films, and epic raffle prizes - but leave with a grassroots activism toolkit for creating change and lasting impact here in the state of Utah!
Need tickets? For more information, see the Facebook event page.
*Event is 21+ or minors accompanied by adult
No Man’s Land Film Fest is coming to Mountain Shop in Portland, OR on Monday, March 13 from 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM! Join us for a happy hour, followed by thoughtful discussion by female adventurers and an abbreviated No Man's Land Film Festival Program.
This intimate evening is focused on creating a night that shines light on incredible female athletes and fosters a community that facilitates endless stoke and support. By no means is this festival meant to alienate men – we love our men! Rather, No Man’s Land Film Festival celebrates attributes that women bring to their sport, but can get lost in juxtaposition to our male counter parts. No Man’s Land provides a space to share, explore, and inspire. Join us on this journey to unite amazing women from around the globe and step into a world that has been waiting for you!
The main focus of this event is a panel discussion facilitated by Terra Incognita's founder Erin Monahan, and includes Katie Crafts, Kathryn Stevens, Ruby McConnell, and NMLFF founder Aisha Weinhold. There will be an abbreviated film program. This event is brought to the Mountain Shop in partnership with Terra Incognita Media.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1290241117729713/
We've made it to Bend, OR! No Man's Land Film Festival will be at The Tower Theatre March 12th, 2017. Doors open at 4pm and the show starts at 5pm. It's like a Sunday Adventure Brunch! This event is in partnership with Outdoor Women's Alliance and Bend.
For tickets, visit: http://www.towertheatre.org/tickets-and-events/no-mans-land-film-festival
To stay in the know, see the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/463650120692360/
What a better way to kick that case of the Mondays than with an awesome night of No Man's Land Film Festival. We will be at the Tahoe Art Haus Monday, March 3rd screening our 2017 program from 7 pm to 9 pm. The program runs roughly 90 minutes, with space in between to win raffle prizes, mingle and drink good beer.
Be sure to get tickets fast, this is our first time to Tahoe and we are expecting a full house!
For updates and more information, see the Facebook Event Page.
No Man's Land will be hosting a free screening for ladies with tickets Saturday night.
Welcome to the 2017 Flash Foxy Women’s Climbing Festival! This awesome event will bring together and celebrate the growing community of women climbers.
Our second year of the festival will take place March 3-5, 2017 in Bishop, California. Nestled in the beautiful Owens River Valley in the Eastern Sierras, Bishop not only offers world class bouldering, but also provides hundreds of sport and trad routes nearby.
We hope that our Women’s Climbing Festival will not only reach veteran female climbers but also provide a safe space for beginner climbers to come and learn more about all that climbing has to offer!
For more information, check out: https://flashfoxy.com/wcf/.
NMLFF is excited to be teaming up with Washington State University Outdoor Recreation Center for a powerful night of films featuring female athletes on February 28th from 6-9 pm. To kick off the night, there will be a panel of female outdoor educators, guides, and innovators.
This year's panel will include:
Elise Clausen – University of Idaho Outdoor Program Coordinator - Climbing Center
Sandra Townsend – University of Idaho Outdoor Program Coordinator - Rentals; Former Guide
Samantha Ramsay – Full-time Professor and Mom; Local Alpine Adventurer
Sabrina McClain – No Man’s Land Film Festival Star
Lauretta Campbell – Head Spudmuffin at Hyperspud Sports
For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page.
No Man's Land Film Festival in collaboration with Wild Women's Project.
Follow the Shades of Winter crew on their journey around the globe. From a volcano in Hawaii to daring descents of Alaska’s mythical giants and always towards adrenaline-fuelled highs, lasting memories. After the internationally acclaimed, multiple award-winning freeski films “Shades of Winter” in 2013 and “Pure” in 2014, “Between” is the third full feature production co-produced by RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE and Austrian pro skier / filmmaker Sandra Lahnsteiner.
WHEN: December 3rd, 2016. Two showings: 5:00pm and 8:30pm.
TICKETS: $14 online until Oct 31, then $16 online in advance and $20 at the door. All tickets include one raffle ticket and free snacks at the show. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
A portion of the proceeds from this show will be donated to Friends of the San Juans' scholarship fund to support a local woman looking to learn more about avalanche safety.
For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page.
We are back! Join us for another year of radical films featuring inspiring and passionate female adventurers and athletes.
Doors open at 5pm. Doors close at 10pm. The time in between will be filled with babes, beer, and films featuring empowered, wild and adventurous women. The show starts at 6pm and will end at 9pm with a 30-minute intermission.
Tickets bought in advance are $20 for adults // $10 for kids under 13
Tickets bought day of show are $25 for adults // $15 for kids
Parking is limited, bike rack space is abundant! Please leave your dogs at home.
Tickets are up! Invite your friends! All genders welcome! We'll see you there!
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/539154766269968/?active_tab=highlights
Join us for the TX premiere! There will be free prizes, an awesome raffle, booths from some of your favorite outdoor vendors, and live music from Ole G! Food trailers will be on site as well. Proceeds benefit Casting for Recovery retreats for breast cancer survivors.
Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016
Grizzly Hall in Austin, TX
Doors open at 5pm / Films start at 7pm
Grizzly Hall has a full bar and plenty of parking.
Tickets and Event Details: http://donate.castingforrecovery.org/NML
Sponsorship or booth opportunities - Contact Susan Gaetz at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 940-0246.
Outdoor Women's Alliance (OWA) is pleased to present No Man's Land Film Festival at Neptune Mountaineering on June 2, 2016!
Doors and social hour start at 7p. The films will start at 8p.
Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased on our site or at the door that night. (If you buy a ticket before the event online before 5p on 6/2 you will receive a free raffle ticket with your entry!!) All are welcome—guys included! Purchase your tickets online: http://outdoorwomensalliance.com/grassroots-teams/front-range-colorado/
Thanks to Arc'teryx Denver, SCARPA, & Niner Bikes for sponsoring the event and donating for our raffle! And to Buff USA, Deuter, Topo Designs,Zeal Optics, The American Alpine Club, Kelty, Wandering Ink, Justin's, and Hope Foods for donating gear and snacks for the event!
By hosting this festival, OWA hopes to connect like-minded individuals who are action-oriented, wish to support a shared vision of gender equality, have a desire to experience their passions and environments through a uniquely female lens, and above all, love adventure. Along with cultivating a deep interest in exploring the vastness of our planet from a female’s point of view, No Man's Land strives to create a history of motivated audiences that implement and inspire change. OWA’s mission transcends the films presented; this festival acts as a platform for progressive thought and movement in the outdoor industry.
Doors will open at 7:00pm, and the event will kick off with a social hour complete with stations dedicated to OWA’s four main activities: climb, trail, snow, and water. Stop by the tables and discuss your favorite outdoor activities. Get psyched about the good weather. Brainstorm trip ideas for the summer. Talk gear. Meet some new adventure partners who are just as psyched as you are!
The film festival will start at 8:00 p.m. No Man's Land Film Festival is an all-female adventure film festival. We will have films from a variety of disciplines! Stay tuned for complete list of which films will be shown.
The secondary goal of this event is to raise funds for the OWA Front Range Grassroots team. Proceeds from this fundraiser will help our team plan more organized activities and events to help provide a place for women to connect with other outdoor women.
We can't wait to see you there!
After a weekend filled with adventure film, sunshine and single-track, join Wylder Co-founders Lindsey Elliott and Jainee Dial for free coffee, films & community at Cripple Creek Backcountry.
Wylder — an online platform for the modern outdoorswoman, is going live on Kickstarter!
WYDLER is a celebration of the modern outdoorswoman: dirty feet, salty hair, chalky hands, freckled skin, calloused fingers, and a free spirit.
WYLDER is a well-curated online store that sells women’s adventure goods. But we're not just another retailer — we're a platform built to inspire better products for health, exploration, and the outdoor lifestyle. We sell only the best hard and soft goods, and our online experience provides in-depth gear reviews, packing guides, and travel tips. We’re also dedicated storytellers, sharing the experiences of brave women making an impact in their communities across the globe.
WYLDER is re-defining feminine and curating a marketplace of products built to inspire and outfit us for a life rooted in adventure.
We partner with environmental and humanitarian organizations, and our business model provides customers with the opportunity for altruism because we believe business can drive social change.
Flash Foxy is a radical NYC-based organization that "celebrates badass climber women everywhere." This event will bring together and celebrate the growing community of women climbers. The festival will take place in Bishop, California. Nestled in the beautiful Owens River Valley in the Eastern Sierras, Bishop not only offers world class bouldering, but also provides hundreds of sport and trad routes nearby.
For more information, check out http://flashfoxy.com/wcf/.
In addition to the instructional program, Chicks will host an evening event Saturday night to help raise money and awareness for the Ouray Ice Park. Join us for our mini women’s adventure film fest, “Chick Flicks,” presented by No Man's Land Film Festival and celebrate women participating in adventures.
For more information: http://www.chickswithpicks.net/ice-climbing/complete/
Join us for a fem-tastic day! This is a FULL DAY EVENT! The only cost is for the film festival.
9am - 3 pm Coalition Snow ski Demo Day on Ajax (get on these boards made BY women FOR women)
3pm - 6 pm Apres at the Crystal Palace
6 pm - 8 pm A special winter NML screening. Radical films featuring radical ladies and an inspiring presentation from Dynafit athlete, Kt Miller. ($20)
8 pm - 12am Art Exhibition
Check out our Facebook Event Page for more information!
Women Crush Wednesday! Need we say more!? This is a ladies only event.
Join us at Cripple Creek Backcountry for an evening filled with babes, beer, and badassery. There will be a radical all-lady ski flick (TBD).
Best part is...the event is free! (not inlc. beer).
6 - 6:30 Mingle & Snacks
6:30 - 7:30 Girl Talk
7:30 - 8:30 Watch "Pretty Faces"
8:30 - 10 Mingle & Libations
Hurry and get tickets while they last! http://buytickets.at/nomanslandfilmfestival/30159
No Man's Land is currently the only all-female adventure film festival in the world! Join us for a night of babes and beers on the big screen!!! Included in the ticket price are 2 FREE drink tickets, and a seat in front of a super expensive GIANT screen. You will also have the opportunity to meet and mingle with inspired, action-oriented, and adventurous individuals in an energized environment. Our WORLD PREMIERE program will be 3 hours with a brief intermission. The selected films feature women climbing, skiing, paragliding, running, surfing, pursuing their passions and inspiring us all.
Parking is limited. Ride a bike, run, walk, kayak, unicycle... or carpool.
No dogs or outside liquor
Doors and hardcore mingling at 5:00 PM
This premiere is family friendly with the exception of some mild language
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR SOME PRE-FESTIVAL STOKE!!!
A film screening tailored to the Carbondale Community School, grades K-8.