Kendal Mountain Festival

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Kendal Mountain Festival

Time: May 23, 2019 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Pontardawe Arts Centre
Website or Map: https://npttheatres.co.uk/pon…
Phone: 01792 863722
Event Type: film, festival
Organized By: Lizzy Felton
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2019

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Kendal’ sets the standard as an innovative, inclusive and creative celebration of everything outdoors. 

Thousands of outdoor enthusiasts plus media industry specialists, athletes, top brands & equipment manufacturers, artists, photographers, adventurers, explorers and inspirational speakers gather every year to share adventures and celebrate the very best in outdoor and adventure sports culture.

At the heart of Kendal’s rich programme is the International Film Competition, attracting premières from around the world – it has been called the ‘Oscars of outdoor filmmaking’. Over 100 films are screened (from 240+ entries) with twelve coveted awards up for grabs. However Kendal is not all extreme action – you can experience culture, drama, wildlife and environmental documentaries, plus the world’s largest lecture programme covering outdoor content.

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