Run the Alps Film Festival 2024, in partnership with On
Welcome to the 2024 edition of the Run the Alps film festival, with an exciting selection of trail running films for your viewing pleasure! Our four film grants this year, made possible by On, are centered on the theme of Exploring Boundaries. Our grant winners have done just that! In addition to these four short films, we have some stories from our partners at On, and a few surprises for you as well. So, make some popcorn, pour yourself a cafe au lait, kick back and enjoy.
Watch the Festival
Our Winning Films
“We received a high standard of applications from eight different countries with a wide variety of stories – so the panel had a tough job narrowing it down to four winners.”
– Katie Moore, Film Festival Manager
Click the titles to learn more about our films, film-makers and protagonists.
A huge thank you to our panelists, who had the unenviable job of whittling down all of our applications this year.
- Hillary Gerardi, Black Diamond professional trail runner
- David Kilgore, Global Head of Athlete Strategy at On running
- Steve Scott, Director at Kendal Mountain Film Festival
- Julie Freeman / Simon Freeman, Co-founders of Like the Wind running magazine
Last Year’s Winners
In case you missed the films from last year’s winners, you can still watch them for free here.
Applications for 2025 Film Festival
We will be sharing details about how to apply for our 2025 film festival grant soon. To stay in the loop, make sure you sign up to our newsletter.
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François D’Haene Aims Toward Tor des Géants
It’s true. One of the world’s great ultrarunners is turning his attention to one of the world’s toughest races.
Courmayeur to Chamonix with Max King
We’re excited for this unique trip with Max King that includes a visit to the Salomon global headquarters and a chance to race in the Alps.
Run the Alps Gear Repair Patches
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