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Posted: January 9, 2020

Invermere Film Festival to donate proceeds

The Invermere Film Festival (formerly Mountainfilm), screening February 7-9 at the Columbia Valley Centre Theatre, will be providing proceeds to Mountain of Hope and the Columbia Valley Food Bank.

Organizer Bill Johnston promises cinephiles “three days of fun, films, and special guests with all.”

Each of the evening films will feature a special guest who will join us and participate in a Q&A at the end of the film.

“February 2020 will be the first year of what we hope and believe will be a long running annual event,” Johnston said.

The festival will feature six films, with two screening each day; one at 3 p.m., and the other at 630 p.m.

Beer, wine, and pizza will be available at the evening screenings, and popcorn and bottled water will be available at all screenings for a small donation.

Johnston noted festival passes ($25 per) are selling quickly and are available online. Tickets for individual films are $10.

The festival’s new website is up and running and features all the information for the three-day weekend, including the films, the schedule, and a link to buy tickets and passes, which are on sale now.
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Trailer for James vs. His Future Self

Lead image: The festival’s closing night film on Sunday, Feb. 9 is James vs. His Future Self, featuring special guest Jonas Chernick, film lead actor and writer.


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