If you are an artist or photographer and are interested in contributing a work or works to the display please contact us for further information.
No commission for works sold will be charged by the NZ Mountain Film Festival. Selling of works is optional for artists and photographers. The NZMFF gets its value from the display through visitors’ enjoyment of viewing the Artists’ and Photographers’ work.
The artists’ and photographers’ work should reflect the festival’s theme “Adventurous Sports and Lifestyles” and depict the world’s outdoor spaces, mountains, lakes, sea and rivers as well as outdoor people, sports and scenery.
So far, we’re delighted to confirm displays in 2021 from;
Photo essay on the 1973 New Zealand Caving Expeditions to Papua New Guinea; as featured in the recently released book Search for the Deepest Hole in the World
Co-Author Van Watson will be speaking about the book at the “Words & Wine” show in Wanaka, Sunday 27 June
Photography from the Southern Alps of New Zealand, primarily Fiordland.
Crystal is a landscape storyteller committed sharing the wonder of the natural world through the artistic expression of photography and writing.
She is going to be our MC for the Sunday Film Sessions here in Wanaka.
Sarah is a mixed media artist from Albert Town. Her pieces are inspired by nature and the environment and expressed as textural mix media landscapes and abstract.
Photography from Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.
Originally from the USA, he is now based in Queenstown and runs the Cory Marshall Gallery featuring his stunning New Zealand Landscape photography, images from Jordan McInally along with bespoke furniture by Dusty and Douglas.
Christopher David Thompson
Landscape photography featured in the short festival film ‘In the Theatre of the Gogs’ a collaboration with adventure filmmaker Richard Sidey.
Christopher is a professional landscape and vineyard photographer, owner of The Picture Lounge – New Zealand Photographers Gallery in Wanaka and also runs a graphic design studio specialising in wine brand development.
Christopher’s love of the outdoors means the camera always accompanies him on his adventures into the wilderness, the resulting images often ending up as works of art in the gallery and beyond.