The Rolling Mountain Film Tour features a collection of stories that celebrate the beauty of mountains and the adventurous spirit of the people that call them home. The tour showcases a diverse range of mountain-related tales, from outdoor pursuits to personal reflections that invite you to think and grow. The Rolling Mountain Film Tour aligns with the founding family’s trip around the world in a vegetable oil-powered van, spanning North and South America, and Europe, and bringing stories wherever they go.
Sunday, September 24
Doors 12:30 | Event 1:00 pm *Start time subject to change. Please arrive on time.
General Adult $16+ s/c HERE| $18 at the door
Seniors (65+) and Minors $10 + s/c HERE | $12 at the door
The Great Divide
A father wants to take his kids on one last big adventure, to witness the glaciers before they cease to exist. But, his children’s lives are changing, global warming is escalating at an alarming rate, he himself is getting older. Then, accidents happened to him. The window of opportunity is closing. After 2 years of planning and recovering from injuries, this family finally begins their ‘now or never’ journey, crossing the Great Divide.
A Blue Shangri-La
“A Chinese Alpinist who had stopped climbing for 10 years,
An Alaskan Glaciologist with Tobagonian roots,
And an Estonian climber, soon-to-be father;
These 3 friends teamed up to embark on a climbing expedition in
an isolated canyon called Icefall Brook in Canada,
With a vision of finding a serene blue Shangri-la in their hearts. Their plan includes ascending a couple of frozen falls before taking on the mighty 600-meter Cerberus Fall and skiing above it.”
Reverie of Yukon
In the far north, the mighty Yukon river flows through Eric Nicolier’s life. Mushing, rafting, carpentering, and playing music is Eric’s way to composing his life of reverie.
Two local Mid-age climbers from Canada Rockies, Wanna bike through the Ghost Area, do some remote ice climbs and ride out across frozen lake. Doing it in good company with old bikes, limited time and dubious weather, then back to their reality life.
Voted the #1 Independent Theatre in Vancouver, the Rio Theatre is a multimedia venue featuring arthouse, mainstream and cult-classic cinemas as well as live entertainment. Built in 1938, the Rio has been fully restored with a state of the art digital projector, surround sound, a huge stage and 420 luxurious seats.1660 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC
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