Bilbao Mendi Film Festival
Till December 31th the exhibition Mendi bete diru is exposed in the Basque Museum of Bilbao within the framework of the 11th edition of the Bilbao Mendi Film Festival. It is an exhibition produced by EMMOA-Basque Mountaineering Museum, which shows bank bills from around the world illustrated with mountain themes.
Liébana-Potes, november 14th 2018. The Mendi Tour 2018 expedition comes to an end after the successful delivery of the European Mountain Film Days of Liébana-Potes, in Cantabria. In total 14,000 spectators have enjoyed this show of mountain cinema that has hosted 49 locations in Spain through the Bilbao Mendi Film Festival.
Here you have the program and the 57 films that will be screened in the 11th edition of Bilbao Mendi Film Festival (December 7-16).
Third and last phase of sale of Tickets Packs with discount for the Bilbao Mendi Film Festival that will be held from December 7 to December 16, 2018. If you buy your pack of tickets for the Bilbao Mendi Film Festival 2018 before November 12, you will be able to take advantage of discounts of between 33 and 40% with respect to the final price that said tickets will have at the box office.
Bilbao Mendi Film Festival, which will be held from 7th to 16th December, announces its first big star of the Official Section: the movie The Dawn Wall and the presence of its main character, the climber Tommy Caldwell.
The audience will have the chance to enjoy the Opening Ceremony of this 11th edition of the Mendi Film. Together with Caldwell, who will sign autographs for the audience after the screening, the film will be presented by Peter Mortimer ‒director, Sender Films‒ and Philipp Manderla ‒producer, Red Bull Media House‒.
The registration for the 5th edition of Bilbao Mendi Film Festival's amateur short film contest is open till 11th November.
The mountaineer and writer Juanjo San Sebastián will be the guest of honour of this 11th edition of the Bilbao Mendi Film Festival. He will receive the WOP ‒The Walk On Project Foundation Award‒ for his defence and transmission of the social values of mountaineering.
This will be the fifth edition in which the Award is given by the The Walk On Project Foundation, and Juanjo San Sebastián will join the exclusive group of great mountaineering personalities that have already been awarded: Josep Manuel Anglada, Sir Chris Bonington and Peter Habeler, along with the film Drawn by Jeremy Collins.