Banff Mountain Film Festival showing at the Vogue Theatre on Jan. 3

Get your tickets at the Vogue theatre or The Guides Hut before they sell out!

Once again the Vogue Theatre in Fernie is hosting the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour (BMFF). Typically known as a display of inspiring feats in visually stunning surroundings, this two and a half hour compilation of the best films from the festival in Banff will enthral and entertain you.

The Vogue Theatre owners, Roxana  and Dennis Djonlich, make the tough choices narrowing down the film selection.

“My husband and I personally watch each film,” said Roxana. “We select the best of all of the films played at the BMFF. It is amazing to watch some people battle the elements and show off some real talents.  I think what people like most is being able to see the true spirit and sheer drive of some of the climbers, skiers and humanity at its best.”

There will be two showings on Friday,  Jan. 3, 2014 at 6 pm and 9 pm. Tickets are $15 each and now on sale at The Guides Hut and the Vogue Theatre during business hours.

For a visually stunning preview, visit http://youtu.be/wEC4TKfBGhc.

 

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