Outdoor Programs is bringing the 15th Annual Banff Mountain Film Festival back to Boone for the “best of the festival” world tour Friday and Saturday, April 1-2, 2011. The films will be screened at Farthing Auditorium on the campus of Appalachian State University.
These films focus on themes of environment, culture, and adventure in the mountains and represent the best of the best. Hundreds of entries were submitted from around the world, and Outdoor Programs has selected films for this viewing that will not only educate, but will also inspire and entertain.
Online ticket sales for Banff can be purchased through Farthing Auditorium, or if you’re in downtown Boone, NC, you can pick up your tickets at Footsloggers Outdoor and Travel Outfitters. Tickets are $9 (students can grab tickets at $7).
Check out the Banff Mountain Film Festival trailer for 2010-2011:
For more information on the Banff Mountain film festival and to see clips of other films available for viewing, please visit their website.
The trailer for this year’s Banff Mountain Film Festival is up! Wow, the films this year look so awesome!
The tour is scheduled to be in Boone March 26 – 27, with the films showing at 7:30 pm at Farthing Auditorium on the campus of Appalachian State University. Tickets are currently on sale at Farthing Auditorium and Footsloggers in Downtown Boone for $7 (students) and $9 (all others). Hope to see you there!
The 13th Annual Banff Mountain Film Festival is returning to Boone, NC. Located near the Blue Ridge Parkway, Boone is one of many towns on the tour schedule. The “best of the festival” world tour features the world’s best films on the environment, culture, and mountain adventure. These films have been chosen among hundreds of entries from countries all over the world.
This year’s screenings have been selected to entertain, educate, and inspire you. Be sure to watch the jaw dropping action highlighted in this year’s trailer.
Trailer for the 2008-2009 Banff Mountain Film Festival
More Movies On This Year’s Tour
“Red Gold” People’s Choice Award 2008-2009 Banff Film Festival
At the headwaters of the two largest remaining sockeye salmon runs on the planet, a proposed mine may require the largest dam ever constructed to contain the toxic runoff. Native, commercial, and sport fishermen oppose the proposed Pebble Mine, while mine officials argue the case for development. At stake is a unique way of life that would not exist if the salmon didn’t return with Bristol Bay’s tide.
“Mountain Town: The Cowboy and the Park Goddess”
Isabelle Fallardeau is a young woman whose passion for snowboarding and penchant for power tools has led her to a career as one of the world’s only female terrain park builders. Mac Smith is a lifelong rancher, environmentalist and ski patrolman who experienced personal tragedy and triumph while leading the development of Aspen’s Highlands Bowl.
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