Date(s) - 23/11/2018
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #65
Clayoquot Action is stoked to host our 5th annual Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Best of the Fest! An inspiring selection of favourite and award-winning mountain sport, culture, adventure and environment films will stoke your love of nature and outdoor adventure.
The theme tonight—Winterlude—will feature skiing, mountaineering, culture, nature, sailing and more!
Doors 7pm—come early to enjoy a Tofino Beer and check out the amazing Silent Auction!
Films will start at 8pm.
Films Listed below.
Advanced tickets $15 at the Common Loaf Bake Shop, at the door or online at Eventbrite.
Refreshments, raffle, and silent auction will fundraise for Clayoquot Action’s Salmon People project to protect and restore the wild salmon of Clayoquot Sound.
Winterlude Films : More to be added soon!
Yves Ma Canada
Jean, a DJ from Montreal, decided to take a “sabbatical” from his career and after buying a bike on a whim, he aimed to break to record for the longest continuous bike ride in a single country. He upped it a notch when he decides to do it on a fixed gear bike and mostly in winter in Canada!
Ice Call: Sam Favret
David Lacote France
Discover a new perspective of the mythical Mer de Glace, at the heart of the Mont-Blanc mountain.
Imagination *Award Winner
Steve Henderson Canada
Have you ever been that little kid sitting in the back seat of your parents car, wishing you were somewhere else? At the ski hill, on your bike, anything but on the road, listening to your parents talk about boring adult stuff.
Mothered by Mountains
Kristin Lane Nepal
Pasang Lhamu Sherpa Akita, Nepal’s leading female mountain guide, has been on top of the tallest peaks on Earth. When she teams up to make a first ascent with an unlikely partner – local punk-rock icon, Sareena Rai – they both find that the paths to the greatest summits lie within.
Matthew Hood Canada
A young father teaches his son about the value of shared adventures, exploration and his ancestral Inuit heritage.
The Curve of Time *Award Winner
Jordan Manley Canada
Due to climate change, by 2050 ski seasons will be markedly shorter. Lower elevations will receive significantly less snowfall. Two veteran professional skiers contemplate the impact their love for adventure has on the very environment that sustains and fulfills them. As they peer into the future, they realize there is a more sustainable path ahead, but it won’t be easy.