Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 2020

Acclaimed annual world tour of short films and documentaries about mountain culture, sports, and environment.

Monday, February 17th at 7:30pm

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SEATING & EVENT INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
***WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE Seating Is Available Online***
Also, if you need reasonable accommodations, please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849

ONE SCREENING ONLY

Doors will open 45-Minutes prior to start time at 6:45PM…
The Starting Time is… 7:30PM

TICKETING INFORMATION

{The Facility Fee of $3.00 is embedded in your ticket price.}
TICKET PRICE: $28.00
[A additional Ticketing Fee will be added at ALL Points-of-Sale]

NOTE: BALCONY SEATING WILL REQUIRE A STAIR CLIMB

 



...for Monday, February 17th at 7:30pm

 

The Banff Mountain Film Festival is an international film competition and an annual presentation of short films and documentaries about mountain culture, sports, and environment. It was launched in 1976 as the Banff Festival of Mountain Films by the Banff Centre and is held every fall in Banff, Alberta.
From an exploration of remote landscapes and mountain cultures to adrenaline-fueled action sports, films in this year’s world tour are sure to captivate and amaze the explorer within you.

WHAT IS BANFF?
Banff is not only a town in Alberta, Canada; it is also the name given to the Banff Centre.
The Centre is advancing Canada’s contribution to creativity and knowledge through arts and culture with the mission of “inspiring creativity”.
Located in the heart of Banff National Park, the Banff Centre attracts exceptional artists and leaders from around the world to create
and perform new works of art, share skills and knowledge in an interdisciplinary environment,
and explore ideas and develop solutions in the arts and leadership.

HISTORY
The Banff Centre was founded in 1933 by the University of Alberta with a grant from the U.S.-based Carnegie Foundation. While the Centre began with just one course in drama, its success generated additional arts programs as it became known as the Banff School of Fine Arts in 1935. The name was changed to the Banff Centre for Continuing Education in 1970 to acknowledge the broader educational role of the school. State-of-the-art conference facilities and a new Music & Sound complex were opened in 1996. A few years later in 1999, the Banff Centre was recognized as a National Training Institute by the federal government and was awarded $3 million over three years for artistic training programs. Today, the Centre continues its role as a catalyst for creativity. A globally respected arts, cultural, and educational institution and conference facility, the Banff Centre is a leader in the development and promotion of creative work in the arts, sciences, business, and the environment.