Now in its 10th year the Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival celebrates the human powered winter experience through film. The festival aims to entertain while helping to raise funds and awareness for Winter Wildlands and our like-minded partners.
The Backcountry Film Festival premieres in Boise, Idaho, and then travels to more than 100 locations worldwide. Along the way, it will be viewed by more than 20,000 outdoor enthusiasts and raise more than $110,000 each year for local organisations working on advocacy, snow safety, outdoor education and Snow School programs.
Thursday May 21, 2015
Cinema at RMIT. Building 80.
Level 1, Room 2, 445 Swanston Street.
Suggested donation: $8 conc & students/ $15 waged.
All proceeds go to the Friends of the Earth climate campaign.
Facebook page here.
The cinema is Room 80.01.02 (It can be hard to find, best bet is to enter off A’Beckett Street, just by the Oxford Scholar Hotel (map here). Building 80 is on Swanston, between Latrobe and Franklin street, opposite the main RMIT campus.
Feel free to meet at the Oxford Scholar for a drink from 6.30pm. Please aim to arrive at the Cinema around 7, we will start the films at 7.15pm.
The festival will also be shown during the 2015 Splitfest (splitboarding festival) being held in the Snowy Mountains, on friday August 22 in Jindabyne.
Please check here for a listing of the films being shown.