The online film evenings, from the Banff team’s brand-new Backyard Theatre, feature two collections of extraordinary films from the world’s best adventure film-makers, with super-human challenges, soulful journeys and spectacular cinematography from the wildest corners of the planet.
“It’s time to get psyched for your next adventure, and we’re thrilled to be presenting the Banff Mountain Film Festival 2020 Tour in this exciting new format!” says tour director Nell Teasdale.
“As well as the epic films from the 2020 Banff tour, Backyard Theatre viewers will have access to exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the tour and top adventure film-makers,” she continues. “Our legendary prize draw for goodies from leading outdoor brands will happen live on the night, and there will be lots of bonus content for the audience to explore in our virtual foyer too.”
The Backyard Theatre adventure film evenings feature two different programmes of inspirational films, the red film programme and the blue film programme. The films start at 7.30pm, with audience members invited to explore the virtual foyer from 6.30pm, where they can download the tour magazine, enter the prize draw and much more. The show will be available for 48 hours afterwards as well.
13-15 September – Red Film Programme
20-22 September – Blue Film Programme
6-8 October – Red Film Programme
13-15 October – Blue Film Programme
“Where we can’t join adventure-lovers live at theatres, we are really excited to be presenting our first ever virtual tour,” says Nell. “So grab the popcorn, make a brew, get your friends watching at the same time – we can’t wait to ‘virtually’ see you for a night of inspiration!”
For more information and to book tickets, see www.banff-uk.com.
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