Trail Ciné Club: a newsletter to watch the best adventure films for free

Trail Ciné Club: a newsletter to watch the best adventure films for free
Trail Ciné Club: a newsletter to watch the best adventure films for free

Looking for mountain adventure movie suggestions? Are you missing the Quebec tour of the Banff Mountain Film Festival – which took place from January 14 to March 2? We may have the solution.

The Trail Ciné Club is a weekly newsletter that shares, every Sunday, a selection of three free mountain and outdoor adventure films to watch at home. Documentaries that can generally be seen on YouTube, Vimeo or Red Bull TV.

The newsletter is the initiative of Fabien Maurin, a Frenchman living in Montreal for a year and passionate about the outdoors and nature. Launched at the beginning of 2024, it now has nearly 2,500 subscribers.

Fabien Maurin © Trail Ciné Club

“I have always loved outdoor films, like others who have Netflix evenings,” explains Fabien Maurin. The goal is to inspire people to go on adventures, with running films, but also hiking, climbing, bikepackingof paddleboard, etc. »

How are Trail Ciné Club films selected?

“I try to vary the activities, the sports,” he answers. To have a good balance between performance films with professionals or great champions, but also documentaries with “normal” people, amateurs.”

And to add: “I also try to vary the formats, to have as many men as women. In addition, of course, to offering aesthetically beautiful films, with a good story well told. »

In each newsletter, Fabien Maurin also offers a description and summary of the films, “written by my hand to make you want to”. “The feedback from the community has been very good and some have even made me film suggestions. »

On your popcorns!


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