Join REI and The Georgia Conservancy on Sunday, March 8 for two-installments of the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. Banff Mountain Film Fest is the largest and most recognized name in adventure and environmental films - bringing together movie-goers from all 7 continents! Yes, even Antarctica!
Each installment (1 PM and 7 PM) will feature different films. Georgia Conservancy's (out)House Band, City Mouse, will perform at intermission around 4 PM. For the first time in Banff Atlanta history, VIP guests can enjoy an ice cold SweetWater Brewing Co. beer at the screening!
All proceeds from the March 8 screenings will go to support the Georgia Conservancy's Heartland Rivers of Georgia Paddle Series.
This year's tour features a collection of the most inspiring and though-provoking action, environmental, and adventure mountain films. Traveling from remote landscapes and cultures to up close and personal with adrenaline-packed action sports, the 2014/2015 World Tour is an exhilarating and provocative exploration of the mountain world.
The Atlanta screenings will take place at Georgia Tech's Ferst Center for the Arts. 349 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA
Tickets can be purchased online through the Ferst Center. All online tickets purchased are subject to a $6.50 service fee per ticket by Georgia Tech. To avoid a service fee, tickets may be purchased through REI's Atlanta store over phone at 404-633-6508 x217 or in the store at 1800 Northeast Expy NE, Atlanta, GA 30329
- $13 student/senior ticket for either the 1:00 or the 7:00 Showing
- $16 general admission for either the 1:00 or the 7:00 Showing
- $25 combo ticket for BOTH 1:00 AND 7:00 Showing
- $30 VIP - Both Showings, access to VIP room featuring SweetWater Brewing Co. beer (one complementary beer per person), music and light appetizers*
*VIP tickets must be purchased through REI. Please contact Atlanta-OS@rei.com or 404-633-6508 x 217.
The Georgia Conservancy's Heartland Rivers of Georgia Paddle Series features camping, paddling and stewardship on our rivers in south and central Georgia. The series brings to light conservation efforts, economic development and recreational opportunities on the Flint, Ocmulgee, Ogeechee, Chattahoochee, Altamaha, Satilla, Ochlockonee and Savannah rivers.
Largely unknown to the Georgia outdoor enthusiast, Georgia’s heartland rivers are a treasure trove of unparalleled natural beauty and recreation opportunity just a short drive from home.