The outdoors will forever hold a unique allure to humans. For centuries, man has traversed our world in search of exciting adventures and mysterious natural places, constantly pushing the boundaries as to what is possible. But there is always an ever-present challenge lurking, a responsibility that often transcends human ability yet speaks to the very core of our adventurous spirit. Conquering the outdoors is one thing, respecting and protecting it is another. This festival is a celebration of exactly that. We’re a passionate team of creative people bringing you a collection of both locally and internationally produced films that will provoke a true sense of what it means to have a deep passion for wild and off beat places.
Come and join us for our official CTAFF closing party at Roxy's All Day, one of Woodstock's up and coming coffee shop and bistros, for some lekker food, an ice cold beer (or two) and two photo exhibitions + presentations.
PLEASE NOTE: Food must be pre-ordered!!
EXHIBITION 1 - "79 degrees South"
Presented by renowned adventure photographer and filmmaker Kelvin Trautman, this is a tale about how adventure activism was used in the fight to protect arguably the planet’s last true wilderness.
EXHIBITION 2 - "Edge of Existence"
Presented by Sacha Specker and James Suter of Black Bean Productions, learn more about human/wildlife conflict in Africa and how, through film and photo, these guys are raising awareness to help alleviate further struggles.
Photos will be auctioned off during the night with all proceeds going towards helping fight crime in the Table Mountain National Park.
From 16:00 - 22:00