Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival
Join Hope Mountain Centre for their ANNUAL FUNDRAISER in a film festival night of exciting outdoor films from around the world, at the Hope Cinema. See the “Best of the Fest,” spanning mountain climbing, skiing, paddling, biking and many other mountain topics.
Snowshoes, a backpack, tent, sleeping bag, free rafting trip and a free cabin rental at Manning Park and other FABULOUS DOOR PRIZES will be given away thanks to generous donations from Valhalla Pure Outfitters, Eureka!, Hope’s Great Salmon Barbecue, Fraser River Raft Expeditions, Manning Park Resort and many others.
Hope Mountain Centre and local merchants will have some cool merchandise for sale, so bring a little extra spending money!
Special thanks to our friends and leading fundraiser sponsor, Blue Moose Coffee House.
Stop in at the “The Moose” for a cup of your favourite beverage before the show!
$18 per person
As a fundraiser for Hope Mountain Centre, your ticket purchase helps support outdoor learning programs for everyone–especially families and kids.
ONLINE TICKET PURCHASING IS NOW CLOSED. Limited tickets will be available at the door (cash only) starting at 6:00 pm or you can reserve them at the box office by phone before 6:45 pm (cash only) by calling 604-869-1274. Please arrive no later than 6:45 pm as the show will start promptly at 7:00 pm.
VIMFF “BEST OF” SELECTIONS
Where the Wild Things Play
Director: Krystle Wright
Friday night at the local watering hole and…where the ladies at? Answer: BASE jumping from high desert cliffs, performing tricks on slacklines, climbing granite routes, shredding singletrack, skiing backcountry lines and generally leaving you fellas behind.
In Perpetual Motion
Director: Krystle Wright
The life of an adventure photographer often involves extreme environments and ever-changing terrain to navigate. A journey into the lifestyle and process of the photography of Krystle Wright.
Living with Wildlife
Director: Leanne Allison
The story of how communities in the Bow Valley of Alberta, Canada have come together over the past 20 years to live with grizzly bears and other wildlife.
In Constant Motion
Director: Cameron Sylvester
Adam Campbell’s life has revolved around motion. As one of the world’s top ultra runners, his mantra has been simple: ‘If you’re not moving, you’re dead’. This life of movement came to an abrupt halt on August 30th, 2016, when he experienced a near fatal accident while attempting a traverse through Roger’s Pass in BC.
Director: Zak Griffler
They say that when you’re first born you have two real fears. One of them is the fear of heights. Engaging with that fear starts with a step–and ends with a step. The space between is just a series of moments.
Director: Scott Hardesty
Forty-three countries down, Hera Van Willick rides her bicycle across continents, fully self-supported. This is her journey and what she has learned along the way.
Director: Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll
Having previously explored the coast of Baffin on board the famous Dodo’s Delight Nicolas Favresse & Sean Villanueva decide to return on a big wall free climbing expedition in the month of July which is rumoured to have better weather.
Feel The Burn
Director: Dominic Gill
In a place that has a reputation for decadence and discomfort, a little-known ultramarathon is attracting hundreds of runners to experience its one-of-a-kind environment of art, music, and nature. Watch several wildly-spirited runners take on the heat, dust, and distance while being encouraged on by a bizarre group of revelers.
If purchasing online, your ticket(s) will be held until 6:45 PM on the day of the show. After that, your ticket(s) may be released to others who don’t yet have tickets. Sorry, no refunds… but it’s going to a good cause!