The Cradle Mountain Film Festival screens the best adventure films from Tasmania and across the globe on the fringe of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
The weekend program includes the Tasmanian exclusive screening of Mountainfilm on Tour, the One Year in Tasmania Adventure Film competition showcasing the many moods and adventures to be had on our little island in one year, kids' film events, filmmaker's workshops and Q & A sessions, the Mountain Huts Film Trail: a self-guided walking program of screenings in the mountain huts around Cradle Mountain, and outdoor adventure activities including canyoning, wilderness yoga, cold water therapy and the Dove Lake Classic trail run.
Join the local wildlife and people for some mountain culture and experience adventures in film at the stunning Cradle Mountain National Park.
Get in early as venue spaces are limited, making for an intimate and exclusive experience. Seriously beautiful, boutique and adventurous!

One Year in Tasmania Adventure Film Competition - film your adventures in Tasmania and enter for great prizes. A shortlist will be screened at the Cradle Mountain Film Festival 2019 and will be judged by a panel who live and breathe adventure, storytelling and filmmaking.

For entry in the One Year in Tasmania Adventure Film Competition:
- Films must be shot and made between 1 March 2018 and 1 March 2019, featuring an adventure in TASMANIA.
- Films must be five minutes maximum.
- Films must be submitted via FilmFreeway or download link via email no later than 1 March 2019.
- A shortlist of films will be screened at the Cradle Mountain Film Festival on March 30 2019.
- Entrants must own all content and be able to produce written evidence of all permissions to access and film talent (including people, props or animals) or sites. Films must use royalty-free music or have permissions for all music and any other content in the film.
- This competition encourages you to film in our spectacular outdoor environments, but please note that drones of any size are not allowed to be used in Tasmania's national parks and reserves (mainly to avoid wildlife disturbance). Drones may be used if special permission is granted by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. For more info:
- Entrants must complete the online registration form at