SIT Centrestage

33 Don Street
Invercargill 9810
New Zealand


Thursday 8th June – SIT Centrestage

Cue TV Building – 33 Don St. Invercargill
7.00pm (doors open 6.30pm)
Tickets $20 – Students $15 – Available from SIT Centrestage and

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Not2Bad (Tour Edit)

(2016, Canada, 7 min)

Filmmaker: Anthill Films


Classification: General

Film Synopsis:

Anthill Films—the crew behind unReal and NotBad—bring you more wild shenanigans and unbelievable bike riding in Spain.

Not2Bad 04 credit Haruki Noguchi

Doing It Scared

(2016, Australia, 11 min)

Filmmaker:  Catherine Pettman


Classification:  General

Film Synopsis: Eighteen years after a catastrophic accident which left him partially paralyzed, climber Paul Pritchard returns to the Totem Pole to find out if he has recovered enough to finish the climb.

Paul Pritchard and Steve Monks attempt to climb the Totem Pole on Tasmania's Tasman Peninsula. Eighteen years after an acident at the same place that nearly killed Paul. The aftermath of the accident left him with hemiplegia, which means he has little feeling or movement in the right side of this body

 Max Your Days

(2016, Canada, 4 min)

Filmmaker:  Malcolm Sangster


Classification:  General

Film Synopsis: Summer solstice on Canada’s West Coast – the possibilities are endless!

max Your days


(2016, USA, 15 min)

Filmmaker:  Andy Mann, Keith Ladzinski


Classification:  PG – Coarse Language

Film Synopsis: With hopes of summiting the elusive Poumaka Tower, American bouldering champion, Angie Payne, leaves everything she knows behind as she ventures deep into the French Polynesian jungle with veteran climber and explorer, Mike Libecki.


The Fledglings

(2016, USA, 26 min)

Filmmaker:  Cedar Wright


Classification:  Parental Guidance – Coarse Language

Focus:  paragliding, adventure

Film Synopsis: As longtime professional climbers who eat, sleep and live the sport, Cedar Wright and Matt Segal are used to being competent, comfortable, and at the top of their game. But when they take up paragliding, it’s a different game entirely.

Fledglings 03 credit Taylor Keating

PROGRAMME – Second half


The Great Siberian Traverse

(2016, Canada, 27 min)

Filmmaker:  Malcolm Sangster


Classification:  PG – Coarse Language

Film Synopsis: All aboard for the adventure of a lifetime, a 1,200-kilometre ski journey through Russia, along the Trans-Siberian Railway. We’ll stumble upon a fringe backcountry skiing community, deep Siberian powder, and skiing’s ancient origins.

Great Siberian Traverse 10 Credit Mason Mashon(1)


(2016, Canada, 5 min)

Filmmaker:  Lacy Kemp (producer), Ryan Gibb (Director)


Classification:  General

Film Synopsis: Enter a dream world where the trail never ends. Where the promise of joy and freedom exist around each bend. Take a magical trip through beautiful landscapes and join us on this DreamRide, a mountain bike adventure unlike any other.

DreamRide 06 credit Bruno Long


Young Guns

(2016, USA, 27 min)

Filmmaker:  Sender Films


Classification:  General

Film Synopsis: Meet the new faces of climbing: 14-year-old Ashima Shiraishi and 15-year-old Kai Lightner. Pushed outside their comfort zone, Kai and Ashima learn some hard but important lessons that will carry them to even greater heights.

Young Guns

Main photo copyright © 2016 Keith Ladzinski from the Poumaka. Please note film programme will vary from city to city.