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Attend 2016 Backcountry Film Festivals in SLC & Park City

BCFF 15 ad versionGrab a buddy, babe, bro and a brewski (or a Coke) – and join us for Backcountry Film Festival’s 11th year of winter celebration. Feast your eyes on these epic films all the while feeding your snow-loving-soul as the money raised goes towards Wasatch Backcountry Alliance and Winter Wildlands Alliance to keep our mountains the way we like them- filthy with pow! Eight films to aimed towards the winter wanderer in us all.

TICKETS are only $10. *All proceeds benefit Wasatch Backcountry Alliance.

Salt Lake City
When: Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016
Time: 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: Brewvies Cinema Pub
677 S 200 W, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101

*Must be 21+ to attend events at Brewvies.
BUY TICKETS NOW: http://backcountryfilmfestivalslc.brownpapertickets.com/

Park City
*Special VIP party in Park City on February 18, 2016! The first 80 people to purchase film tickets get into a party hosted by Red Rock Brewery for free beer & light appetizers from 6-7pm before the film.
When: Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016
Time: 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: Jim Santy Auditorium, Park City
BUY TICKETS NOW: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2474443

Watch the Trailer!

This year’s line up includes:

Winner of Best of Festival, Japan by Van immerses us in the head-deep powder of the Shirakawa backcountry.

A Sweetgrass Productions film. 

Winner of Best of Grassroots Award, Shared Lines features the story of Vermont Backcountry Alliance and their community in a short film by T-Bar Films.



Winner of Best Environmental Message Award, from filmmaker Kt Miller, Shifting Ice is an all-women team on a journey at the intersection of scientific exploration and, of course, grueling fun. 



The Weight of Winter, filmmaker Ben Sturgulewski brings us a ride to tune in, sit back, and enjoy.

I Love Splitboarding, a fresh way to play in the backcountry along with a fresh way of living.

A film by Right on Brother opens up the world of splitboarding.

55 Hours in Mexico, in true tribute to weekend warriors, Joey, Karl, Thomas, and filmmaker Max Lowe take us on an adventure of 55 Hours in Mexico.



Always Above Us, gives us a glimpse of the tremendous amount of sacrifice and hardship involved in the life of a climber.

Sherpas Cinema follows Kris Erickson and Conrad Anker in a memoir for David Bridges and Alex Lowe.



Connections, the Dynafit team shares the story of the simple “low tech” design that changed the face of backcountry skiing.


The Forecaster, expert Avalanche Forecaster Drew Hardesty leads by example, paying respect to the responsibility that comes with our backcountry freedom. From Spindle Productions.

MORE INFO:
https://winterwildlands.org/what-we-do/backcountry-film-festival/

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