Invermere Film Festival to donate proceeds
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.