Rossland Backcountry Film Fest tickets on sale

Tickets went on sale today for the Backcountry Film Festival, which will take place in Rossland on Sunday, Feb. 26.

Tickets went on sale today for the Backcountry Film Festival, which will take place in Rossland on Sunday, Feb. 26.

Organizers advise evryone to get tickets soon, because they may sell out.

The show starts at 7 p.m., with doors open at 6:30, at the Rossland Miner’s Hall.

It is an all-ages event that will feature some locally filmed short documentaries as well as film-festival favourites.

Just a few of the films featured in the festival are:

Ski Bums Never Die, about a 75 year old man skiing Whitewater’s peaks.

Kokanee Glacier Adventure 2011, the film shares this first family ski touring trip from the eyes of two 12 years old Rosslanders Sage Robine and Sarah Mosher.

The funds raised during the film festival go towards Friends of the Rossland Range.

 

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