A Night at the Banff Mountain Film Festival: Award Winners

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Featuring award-winning films from the 2016 Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, downtown at Lux Cinema Banff. 

Every Sunday (1 p.m., 7 p.m.) and Wednesday evening (7 p.m.)   

New film programs showcased monthly.
Screenings will continue into spring 2017 every Sunday and Wednesday.

Upcoming dates: February 5, 8, 12, 15, 26, March 1
Note: No screenings February 19 - 25 

You may also be interested in A Night at the Banff Mountain Film Festival: World Tour Favourites program. Please click here for the program schedule. 

Tickets on sale at the Lux Cinema Banff box office or online at luxbanff.com
Adult/Child: $15 Sunday Matinées: $13 Adult | $10 Child

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