New Delhi, [India], Feb. 11 : The Mountain Film Festival which aims at showcasing adventure opportunities across the nation and offering adventure film makers a platform for sharing their stories is being organised by the Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF).
The festival is scheduled for February 11 and 12 at the IMF campus in New Delhi. The films which will be screened at the festival cover a number of adventure disciplines, climate change and stories from the mountains.
The films have been shot across India at various popular adventure destinations such as Sikkim, Himachal, Gulmarg, Ladakh and Kerala.
One of the many films that will be screened is 'The Ganga's First Born' which showcases high altitude exploration in the rarely visited Nelang region of Western Garhwal bordering in Tibet.
The entry to the festival can be obtained through passes which can be obtained from the registration desk at the IMF.
The festival is being organised in collaboration with the Tourism Department of Jammu and Kashmir..