At this favorite event, outdoor enthusiasts and movie goers enjoy viewing recent film creations of innovative film-makers fresh from the yearly artists' competition in beautiful Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Each night features 7-9 short adventure films (ranging 5 - 45 min) that were selected to tour the world following the Banff competition in November.
In addition bringing outdoor enthusiasts together for a lot of fun, this event's important mission is to support the vital work of Rocky Mountain Field Institute, a non-profit that's on-the-ground preserving and restoring the public lands where we love to play.
RMFI's work in Manitou Springs
At Banff this year, Mountain Chalet will host three nights of wonderful films on March 7, 8, and 9 (Tues/Weds/Thurs) at Stargazers Theatre.
Each night features a completely different set of films.
The tickets are $17.50 per person.
We've also added a special 3-pack for attendance at all three nights of different movies. For one ticket each nite, the 3-pack is available for only $45.00 (separately the total would be $52.50).
The doors at Stargazers' Theatre open at 5:30 pm and the films begin at 6:45 pm. Food & drink are available for purchase. Seating is first come, first served.
Our guests enjoy the magic of the films, the spirit of our community in supporting RMFI, and revelry and fun giveaways.
Thank you for your support of RMFI and our outdoor community.
We're looking forward to seeing you there.
Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
The Banff Center for Arts and Creativity invites artists to make unique contributions to society through its annual Mountain Film Festival, a competition drawing many aspiring, innovative filmmakers.
In 1986, Banff began sharing the contest film products of these talented mountain filmmakers with a wider community, starting with showing them at only three nearby Canadian cities and now the World Tour visits over 450 sites around the globe, of which Colorado Springs is a lucky one!
Rocky Mountain Field Institute
RMFI's mission is to be a steward of our public lands, to educate our community about conservation and conduct research on its efforts to preserve and protect. All of this to preserve our extraordinary resources so that we may continue to enjoy playing and thriving in our beautiful backyard.
A local favorite, Stargazers' Theatre has hosted our Banff Film Festival for years. They're located at 10 S. Parkside Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80910, just off of Pikes Peak Ave between Union Blvd. and Circle Drive about a mile east of Memorial Park. Find them online at stargazerstheatre.com.
THANK YOU for your support of our community and we look forward to seeing you at the movies!