Banff Mountain Film Festival 2019 Monday showing
mar. 5 mars à 01:00
Every year we go to the Banff Film Festival of outdoor sports. Some of the films are funny, some are sad and some are unbelievable feats that push the boundaries of what a human can do outside in nature. This year the film festival will be on for four nights, Saturday through Tuesday. The films on Sunday and Tuesday are the same and the films on Saturday and Monday are also the same. I have decided to go Monday and Tuesday. I will buy as I have done every year tickets at a group discount. I will get 50 tickets this year for each day. Please send me the money ASAP for the tickets. Those who get tickets from me will be able to get access to the prime reserved seats for our group in orchestra. No need to rush in to get good seats. Price for tickets will be $24.50 per person this year. Send me the money to [masked] using PayPal or Zelle. Or using Venmo with @xico-mancheno. I will distribute the tickets the day of the showing at a place nearby or outside the theater. I will update everyone closer to the date of the show where I will. I will post my number in the comments section so people can also find me. If anyone can't show up by 7:25, I will leave your tickets at the box office but you have to let me know in advance. After the showing we will go hang out at Dive Bar two blocks away from the theater. I will also post a meetup to meet before the films to get some food. The deadline to send me the money for the tickets is Thursday, February 21st. The video below is the opening sequence for the Banff Mountain film festival and shows clips of some of the films that will be shown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3KrMH57Sl4 This is the film menu for the Monday showing this year: ROGUE ELEMENTS: CORBET’S COULOIR
Anyone who has ever skied or snowboarded Jackson Hole knows just how nerve-racking it can be to send it into the infamous Corbet’s Couloir, even in the best of conditions. Doing it in icy conditions on mountain bikes is nothing short of insane, and that’s exactly what we did. FAST HORSE
FAST HORSE follows the return of the Blackfoot bareback horseracing tradition in a new form: the Indian Relay. Siksika horseman, Allison Red Crow, struggles to build a team with second-hand horses and a new jockey, Cody Big Tobacco, to take on the best riders in the Blackfoot Confederacy at the Calgary Stampede. THE BEAVER BELIEVERS: MEET SHERRI TIPPIE
Sherri Tippie, a hairdresser / Certified Live Beaver Trapper, is working to restore the North American Beaver, the most industrious, ingenious, furry little engineer, to the watersheds of the American West SURVIVING THE OUTBACK
Could you survive alone across hundreds of kilometres of remote outback for a whole month, trekking and sailing on a makeshift raft, with nothing but a time capsule of antique stuff from 1932? Mike wasn’t sure he could pull it off either! SURFACE
In a photographic niche defined by familiar angles, Ben Thouard is driven by his desire to create something original in surf photography. VIACRUXIS
Marcel and Andrezj are a legendary pair of mountaineers. They have been the first ones to conquer the highest and hardest peaks. Despite their different temperaments, they make a great team. Now they face the biggest challenge: reaching the virgin summit of the highest mountain. In order to achieve this, they will have to overcome formidable obstacles, suffer hardships and stand each other for a long time. But Andrezj is no longer willing to continue in Marcel’s shadow. LIV ALONG THE WAY
Ever since she first summited Mont Blanc as a teen, Liv Sansoz knew she would make her life in the mountains. In 2017, at 40 years old, Liv set out from her base in Chamonix, France to attempt to climb all 82 of the 4000-metre peaks in the European Alps in a single year. As she’s learned several times throughout her life, things don’t always go as planned. FOR THE LOVE OF MARY
When 97-year-old runner George Etzweiler dons his lucky ancient green running shorts, he’s not just running to the summit of Mt. Washington, Etzweiler carries something else special with him: The memory of his late wife of 68 years. SKIER VS. DRONE
It’s the classic battle of man vs. machine but Olympic Bronze Medalist ski racer, Victor Muffat-Jeandet isn’t worried.
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