Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival Tickets Show #2

SRC Member: $12.00 Chinook Member: $12.00 Shared Facilites Member: $12.00 Non-Member: $20.00
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Schedule Tue 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM CUB (Compton Union Building) Auditorium

Registration: Dec 1 2022 - Jan 24 2023

Class Dates: Jan 25 2023 - Jan 25 2023

Registration Closed


Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour Presenting Partners Rab, BUFF®, Banff & Lake Louise Tourism brought to you by Washington State University Outdoor Recreation Center 01/24/2023 7pm-10pm CUB Auditorium WSU Campus If you are an outdoor enthusiast or appreciate adventure films, you won't want to miss this spectacular event! The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival highlights the many aspects of mountain culture throughout the world. This year we are fortunate to be hosting 2 nights with 2 different film line-ups! Each showing at WSU will be comprised of several films varying in lengths from two minutes to full-length feature film productions. The majority of films feature stunning cinematography of adventure-based activities such as skiing, climbing, kayaking, base jumping, mountain biking, and more, to highlight the nuances of civilization, and shed light on areas less traveled. **Ticket prices:** Purchase your tickets by the Thursday prior to showtime for $7/$15 (UREC member/non-UREC member). Friday forward, tickets online are $12/$20 (member/non-member). If the show does not sell out in advance, remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20 (regardless of student/membership status). After purchasing your ticket online, please come to the CUB Auditorium at least 20 minutes prior to the showing and line up to pick up your ticket at the auditorium entrance area. There will be no refunds for purchased tickets. If you have not picked up your ticket 20 minutes prior to the showing, seats will be released as this is a popular event. Willow Film Line up: **Flow** 2021, France, 5 min An aerial and symphonic journey with skier Sam Favret, in the heart of a closed resort during the winter of 2021, rediscovering a playground in its wild state. **The Fastest Girl in the Village** 2021, UK, 6 min As a girl growing up in Lesotho, Khothalang Leuta never imagined she could become a bike racer. From teaching herself how to ride a bike to becoming “faster than the boys”, see what can be accomplished when opportunity is provided. **Nuisance Bear** 2021, Canada, 14 min Churchill, Manitoba, is famous as an international destination for photographing polar bears. We’ve seen the majestic images and classic wildlife series captured here, but what do these bears see of us? **WILD WATERS (Tour Edit)** 2022, Switzerland, 45 min Discover the incredible life of Nouria Newman, the most gifted kayaker of her generation. **Creation Theory** 2022, USA, 22 min Nature’s raw elements converge in the Westfjords of Iceland, taking us on a journey from the interstellar birth of gravity and rhythm to their ultimate human creative expression: surfer on wave, snowboarder on peak, and musician on stage. **REEL ROCK 16: Cenote** 2022, USA, 9 min A young papaya farmer discovers the pure joy of climbing in the crystalline limestone sinkholes of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. **Free to Run** 2022, USA, 31 min UN human rights attorney and mountain runner, Stephanie Case, struggles to find a way forward for the Afghan women of her NGO, Free to Run, while taking on her most challenging ultra-race yet. **Danny MacAskill’s Do A Wheelie** 2021, UK, 6 min Join Danny MacAskill and a host of friends as he pushes the boundaries of the humble wheelie and learns a thing or two from friends old and new