Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival’s 2022 Fall Series Starts November 14

Promo poster for the VIMFF Fall Series 2022

Photo: VIMFF

Get inspired at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF). Their 2022 fall program launches in-person and online on November 14 with over 25 films and events.

 

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival’s 2022 Fall Series Starts November 14

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival is In-Person and Online Starting February 25

Promotional poster for VIMFF 2022

The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) has been bringing acclaimed outdoor films from around the world to Vancouver each February since 1998. This year they are celebrating their 25th anniversary with both in-person and online events. We’ve got all the details on how to watch, plus our picks for must-see films.

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival is In-Person and Online Starting February 25

Vancouver New Year’s Resolutions for 2022 You’ll Want to Keep

Biking on the seawall in Vancouver

Biking on the seawall at English Bay. Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Cycle City Tours

Make your New Year’s Resolutions fun this year with some #VeryVancouver goals for 2022: Hike every month of the year, eat delicious food, take in a film, and lots more. You won’t have trouble committing to doing the things that make our beautiful city unique.

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Vancouver New Year’s Resolutions for 2022 You’ll Want to Keep

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) Fall Series is Online and In-Person Starting November 12

A still from Desire Lines, screening at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Fall Series in 2021

Desire Lines, screening at Snowsports Show 2. Photo: VIMFF

Each November the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) showcases outdoor films in their Fall Film Series. In 2021, they are offering six separate programs as online and in-person events.

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) Fall Series is Online and In-Person Starting November 12

Catch the 2021 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Online February 19-28

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2021 poster

Get the popcorn ready: the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) is coming to your living room. The 2021 edition of the festival runs from February 19 to 28 streaming online. It includes over 50 films, three interactive workshops, and three live panel discussions about outdoor adventures across the globe.

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Catch the 2021 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Online February 19-28

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Fall Series Goes Online November 20-29

VIMFF Fall Series Online

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The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) is a Vancouver tradition, screening dozens of films each November and February. For the first time, VIMFF’s Fall Series is an online event, streaming from November 20th to 29th. It includes over 20 films and live presentations about rock climbing, skiing, and outdoor adventures spread across five shows.

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Fall Series Goes Online November 20-29

5 Local Films You Shouldn’t Miss at 2020’s Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2020

Every February since 1998, outdoorsy Vancouverites have flocked to the theatres to take in a slate of adventure flicks at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival. Known as VIMFF to locals, 2020’s festival runs February 21st to March 1st. It includes 70 films, 3 workshops, and 28 speakers at 35 separate events spread over 10 different Vancouver-area venues. Buy tickets online at the VIMFF website, as shows sell out fast.

With so many films from around the world to choose from, deciding what to see can get a little overwhelming. But if you’re looking to celebrate flicks with a local connection, here are our picks for Vancouver and British Columbia related films.

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5 Local Films You Shouldn’t Miss at 2020’s Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival