TORONTO, Sept. 23, 2015 /CNW/ - Now in its 18th year, the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival is one of Canada's pre-eminent independent film festivals. By promoting independent films themed on adventure, mountain sports and the environment, the VIMFF brings communities together to promote positive values and active lifestyles.
The Best of the Fest Tour brings highlights of the annual festival to over 30 communities across Canada. For the first time, the VIMFF Best of the Fest Tour will be stopping in Toronto!
This year's tour features a collection of the most inspiring action, environmental, and adventure films from the festival. Experience the adrenaline sports, exotic landscapes and timeless adventures that make VIMFF a fan favourite across the country.
Join the Alpine Club of Canada, Toronto Section in celebrating the spirit of the outdoors at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema on October 24th, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
The Toronto screening will feature films such as Force, Wideboyz 2, and River of Eden.
For more information including program information, previews and ticketing (including purchasing tickets online) visit www.TorontoVIMFF.com. Tickets cost $25 per night and are only available online.
About the Alpine Club of Canada, Toronto Section
The Toronto Section is one of 18 regional sections that make up the Alpine Club of Canada, Canada's national climbing and mountaineering organization. Members climb rock cliffs, frozen waterfalls and mountains, ski backcountry, cross-country and downhill, hike and generally enjoy the more vertical aspects of nature. The Toronto Section operates a number of courses and activities to promote leadership development, and works to maintain good relationships with land owners and preserve climbing rights through Southern Ontario.
The Alpine Club of Canada has been a focal point for Canadian mountaineers since 1906. The club's affiliation with the Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme (UIAA) allows members to connect with international climbing organizations and share information about world-wide climbing issues. For more information, visit www.alpineclubtoronto.ca
SOURCE Alpine Club of Canada, Toronto
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