We were over the moon to find out yesterday that our film, Women in Adventure, has won the Sir Edmund Hillary Award at the 2016 Mountain Film Awards in Mammoth, USA. winnerMFA

The Mountain Film Festival recognizes and awards some of the world’s finest and cutting-edge independent Feature Films, Shorts, Documentaries, Foreign Films, Student Films, Mountain Films, Adventure Sports Films, Music Videos, Animations, and Experimental Films.

Awards are presented in all of the main competition categories in a variety of tiers for top films and filmmakers. The coveted Grand Jury Award is presented to the best film in competition along with various Special Jury Prizes recognizing standout work and was won by another British film-maker – Jen Randall – for her film Operation Moffatt – one of my favourite films from last year.

The Mountain Film Festival along with its Mountain Film Awards, were created as a platform to provide recognition to the most finely made and exemplary films, screenplays, and those filmmakers, writers, and artists who demonstrate excellence and originality in their work and crafts.

If you haven’t seen our film you can watch it here: http://tv.thebmc.co.uk/videos/women-in-adventure-kate-worthington/

Whoop, whoop!

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