The Nat Geo Live spring season offerings include specially priced, themed ticket packages for its science, photography and adventure programs. National Geographic Live is the live events division of the National Geographic Society, responsible for multimedia presentations, performances and film screenings for the general public, school audiences and sponsoring organizations around the world.
AFTER RECEIVING THESE TICKETS WE WILL SEND A CHECK BY MAIL OR ISSUE A CREDIT TO YOUR CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT. The Banff Mountain Film Festival is one of the most important events on the annual film festival circuit, offering the best films on mountain sports and cultures. The popular festival of films about mountain sports and cultures returns for an action-packed six days beginning January 25, 2016. The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour kicks off Tuesday, February 2, in Grosvenor Auditorium.
The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour continues Wednesday, February 3, in Grosvenor Auditorium. The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour continues Thursday, February 4, in Grosvenor Auditorium. The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour Saturday event has been CANCELED due to predicted weather conditions. We encountered an error while trying to process your request, please try again in a few moments. Due to inclement weather the Tuesday, January 26th screening of the Banff Mountain Film Festival must be rescheduled to Tuesday, February 2nd at 7:00 pm.
For more than 20 years, screenings of highlights from the famous Banff Mountain Film Festival have been among National Geographic Live’s most popular events. A rare, behind-the-scenes look at the life of pro climber Mina Leslie-Wujastyk during a season on the world cup bouldering circuit. In 1938, three Parisians pushed off from a Wyoming riverbank to attempt the first kayak exploration of the notoriously wild Green and Colorado rivers—and they recorded their journey, creating the first color adventure film. Listen to nature’s harmony while aerobatic paragliding pilot Theo de Blic dances to the sounds of the sky. Thought the odds are low and the risks high, photographer Reuben Krabbe is determined to capture a photo of a skier in front of the 2015 solar eclipse in Svalbard.
Best friends: The pair's efforts did not come without danger - they were nearly killed several times. Hard work: 'The sea took on a whole personality of its own,' Mr Adair said, explaining how each of them would row for three hours while the other one slept, before they switched places.
Success: The pair were thrown from their vessel into shark-infested waters after a large wave crashed into the boat, smashing it to pieces. The YWCA has been getting daily comments about Helen Thayer's motivational presentation and how inspiring she was at the Leadership Breakfast.


I want to thank you for the outstanding presentation you gave at our Health and Human Services retreat. During a visit to Chicago I had the pleasure of attending your program for National Geographic with two friends.
I went to last night's National Geographic Live presentation at Benaroya Hall in Seattle and was completely mesmerized and impressed by your talk.
The “Explore More” series includes a discussion on brain science titled “Mapping the Brain” as well as International FameLab, a live science competition hosted by National Geographic Emerging Explorer Kenny Broad.
This past year, early bird pricing, enhanced food and beverage offerings, eco-friendly ticket options and free event parking were introduced. Join us for a thrilling selection of the world’s best films on mountain sports, culture, and remote destinations.
The reels went unseen for 75 years, until a filmmaker spotted trio’s feat on a roadside marker, sending him on his own adventure to discover more. Along the way he stopped at Kroger’s Canteen, an aid station perched on a tiny ledge, 13,100ft above sea level. Through this she finds solitude, grounding, and a deep connection to the natural environment. But the weather’s bad, the guide is sketchy, the pressure is massive and the skiers just want to ski. But a drunken bet saw best friends James Adair and Ben Stenning agree to row 3,500 miles across the Indian Ocean. Using their A?15,000 ($22,800) life savings, the pair bought an ocean rowing boat and took to the water in Geraldton. Mr Adair and Mr Stenning spent three months practicing on the Thames, before heading to the city of Geraldton, north of Perth, Western Australia. Some people "got it" and were very enthusiastic, while others were baffled and thought we would fail or die,' said Mr Adair.'Some thought we'd be bored out of our minds.
People thought there was no way we could do it.'Mr Adair and Mr Stenning, who were both 'really impractical' when they first decided to row the distance, spent three months practicing on the Thames, before heading to the city of Geraldton, north of Perth, Western Australia.
Your positive energy is contagious and I'd like to personally thank you for sharing your life and adventures. The popular “Masters of Photography” series returns with four lectures from award-winning photographers, including portrait photographer Martin Schoeller, animal photographer Vincent Musi, nature photographer Peter Essick and underwater photographer David Doubilet.
For select evening events this season, the National Geographic Museum and Store will offer extended hours for guests who purchase the $7 Museum Add-On Pass.
This is a story about that station, the people who make it happen, and the spirit one can only find at the Hardrock 100. Now he’s founded a rafting company to give Chinese adventurers a chance to see their rivers before they’re gone.


They became the first ever pair in history to row the stretch of ocean without a support boat in tow. Those who were negative about the trip still had our best interests in mind, they just saw things in a different way and we mostly respected this.
Everyone I have talked to told me how impressed they were by your presentation and how they were truly inspired by your message. My husband and I have been to the lecture series for I think about 7 years (since it first came to Seattle), and you are surely one of the most wonderful speakers we have heard!
Featuring six days of the world’s best short films and documentaries about mountain culture and sports, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour will set the stage for a season of inspirational programs presented at National Geographic’s headquarters in downtown Washington. For daytime audiences, Nat Geo Live’s popular “Tuesdays at Noon” film series continues, with free films that celebrate a new age of exploration every Tuesday, March 4 through April 29.
Some even said that listening to you and your awesome accomplishments and bravery was a life changing experience. Nat Geo Live continues to enliven National Geographic’s mission of inspiring people to care about the planet through a diverse schedule of more than 40 events, including explorer talks, film screenings, tastings and musical performances.
But they survived on a diet of freeze-dried food, rationed cigarettes, whisky - and a sense of humour.With just five miles to go until they reached Mauritius, the end was in sight. After a while a helicopter flew directly over them and they started shouting and waving their arms.
Helen even inspired one of the businesses that attended to want to schedule Helen for one of their staff meetings.
Seriously you were an inspiration and your message is what we need in these days of a difficult world. Free parking is available in the National Geographic underground garage for programs that begin after 6 p.m. But then, amid particularly stormy conditions, a 50ft wave suddenly crashed into the boat and upended it.Mr Adair and Mr Stenning were thrown from the vessel into shark-infested waters. However, it failed to see them.At that point, Mr Adair and Mr Stenning decided their only chance of survival was to attempt to swim to shore. I can't thank you Helen enough for reenergizing the YWCA and our supporters to continue to take one step at a time toward our goals.
When they came up to the surface, they quickly realized their boat had been 'smashed to pieces' by the wave.
Five hours after they were thrown overboard, they reached a reef and climbed onto it.As they sat on the reef, both 'very tired and cold', Mr Stenning started displaying signs of hypothermia.



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