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Banff Mountain Film Festival lineup set for Spokane shows

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour lineup of films starting tonight in Spokane was decided this afternoon, and ticket holders should be thrilled with the mix of adventure, adrenaline, culture and humor...

Banff Mountain Film Festival lineup set for Spokane show

OUTDOOR FILMS -- The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour lineup of films starting tonight in Spokane was decided this afternoon. Of the 28 festival films authorized so far for the 2016-2017 tour, 21 will be screen in Spokane during the three-day run at the...

Women take lead in Banff Mountain Film Festival

Women caught the eye of show goers this month at the 40th annual Banff Mountain Film Festival as they took leading roles on climbs, sea kayak tours and other film-making adventures.

Banff Mountain Film Fest flicks in Spokane Nov. 20-22

OUTDOOR FILMS -- The World Tour of outdoors flicks -- exciting to poignant -- from the 2015 Banff Mountain Film Festival will make a stop at the Bing Crosby Theater in Spokane on Nov. 20-22. A different selection of climbing, skiing, biking, cultural and aerial...

Banff Mountain Film Festival coming to Inland Northwest

Adventure, humor, environmental awareness and awe, plus the always-anticipated dose of pucker factor, are coming to Spokane next weekend in a road show of top outdoor adventure  films. The 39th annual Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour travels from Alberta to The Bing Crosby Theater for showings Friday through  Sunday.