Submit your Adventure Film to have it featured here.
SEA CHANGE - John McCarthy
Woody Cape - Glen Curtis
Camping In the Drakensberg Mountains // A Life Changing Moment in South Africa
The MUTANTS of AFRIKABURN
Under Wonder - Michael Raimondo
Never Too Old - Michael Raimondo
The Search - Garth Ensley
The Drakensberg Bell Transverse 2019 - Coleman Brits
Well Preserved - Michael Raimondo
Summer weekend roadtrip in The Love Machine - Marc WIlliams
Exploring the Cederberg 2019 - Marc Williams
Fish River Canyon Hike Namibia - Ross Botes
Dot Brothers Touring Part 9
Scuba diving in Simonstown
Team #diftag Put Foot Rally
Namibia Adventure Bike Trip
Kloof Corner Ridge - Andrew King
Dare To Walk - Erlo Brown
Meeting Mr. Slingsby - Simon Pocock
A Journey - Kolby Edwards
Walking Wild - Rudolph de Girardier
Back country flying - SA - RJ Dames
Dreaming of Summer - Bradley Stevens
Free Diver - Timothy Hay
The First False Bay Relay Swim - Alex Weiss
# Offline - Mamta Ramjee
Casual Friday Afternoon - Rob Lees
Headmaster's Hike 2018 - Tyron Bird
Wild - Ubuntu Visual
The Great Escape - Sarah De Villiers
Here I Am - Cornelius van Niekerk
I Do - Gilad Stern
Addo Elephant 44 km Trail Run 2019 - Ruth Schmidt
The Most Brutal Solo Fundraising Ride In SA - Andre Hugo
T’s & C’s
Submissions must be no longer than 300 seconds, including titles and credits. Submissions longer than 300 seconds will be disregarded.
The online upload submission to YouTube can be in either high or standard definition, but must be no smaller than 360p (640 x 360).
Add the link to your film as well as its title in the form above.
Submissions should be filmed in such a way so that, if needed, they can be shown on “the big screen”. In submitting a short film, the applicant acknowledges that the film is his /her own creation, and that he/she has the rights to distribute it.
In submitting a short film, the applicant acknowledges that all characters within the short film have given their permission to appear within the submission.
In submitting a short film, the applicant attests that he/she has the rights to all the music used in the film.
In submitting a short film, the applicant gives Cape Union Mart permission to screen the short film in association with the South African leg of the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 2017. The applicant remains the owner of the submission. Cape Union Mart will not sell or distribute the submission, and the film-maker will be named whenever the submission is screened.
Films should be suitable for all screens, and preferably shot at HDTV resolution (1920 x 1080) at either 25 or 50 fps. Footage can be animated, filmed live, stop frame or mixed format.
The winning film-maker will be contacted in person by a representative of Cape Union Mart.
The winning film-maker must make the best quality version of their submission available to Cape Union Mart.
The prize money will be deposited into the winning film-maker’s bank account.