WINTER 2022 MOVIE NIGHTS
THANK YOU for another great Mountain Movie Fest, with all 3 nights SOLD OUT and over $2600 raised for Protect Our Winters Canada! See ya on the slopes!
TETON Gravity research presents
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4th
THE SIMCOE STREET THEATRE
Doors open @ 6pm for
SIP N SHOP
Movie starts @ 7:30pm
$$ from every ticket & raffle ticket sold goes to POW Canada
Magic Hour is not so much a particular time a day as a culmination of powerful moments in some of the most beautiful, wild places on the planet. For 27 years, Teton Gravity Research has been searching for the right place with the right crew at the perfect time to experience life at its fullest. Between the thrill of the hunt and the peace of floating down a mountain, the sum of our experiences becoming greater than its parts is what we seek. If you ask us, our annual snow film Magic Hour is just that.
BRING CASH FOR RAFFLE TICKETS
QST FILM TOUR
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th
THE SIMCOE STREET THEATRE
Doors open @ 6pm
Movie starts @ 7pm
$$ from every ticket sold goes to POW Canada
It's time to get stoked for ski season! Yup, the Quality Ski Time Film Tour is back for year two, and we're bringing you an all-new lineup of the greatest ski films of the year. We've got a little something for every skier: from a not-yet-released episode of The Fifty Project from Cody Townsend to the action-packed, powder-fueled Blank Collective movie, "Feel Real," with a few more healthy doses of storytelling, inspiration, humor and shredding mixed in between.
Warren Miller Entertainment presents
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12th
THE GAYETY THEATRE
Matinee @ 1pm
Gala @ 8pm
In the world today, the ground shifts constantly beneath our feet, and bearings are hard to come by. Warren Miller’s Daymaker will take you on a journey to peaks that replace the mountains in your mind with ones that free your mind.
A killer storm cycle in the Monashees. Adaptive backcountry riding like you’ve never seen before. The ultimate grass skiing run. Alaska (twice). Come along for the biggest days with the 73rd annual Warren Miller film, Daymaker. Then get ready for your own. Because there’s no better day than one out on the hill.
All movies will have giveaways from sponsor brands and local businesses for present ticket holders!
TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
SIP 'N SHOP
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4th @ 6pm
Come grab a drink before the show and check out the vendor market with live DJ!
Local vendors like:
Throwback Design Co.
Dirty Leather Work
Snacks and drinks available for purchase provided by Low Down.
First Apres of the Year
Mark it in your calendar as the first apres of the season: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4!
Grab your movie friends and head across the street m the theatre to Black Bellows to join us for a drink and to chat about all the epic scenes from the movie. Plus give a cheers to the start of the winter season!
$1 from every beer sold will go to Protect Our Winter's (POW) Hot Planet, Cool Athletes program.
TWO ways your Mountain Movie Fest purchases support POW Canada's Hot Planet, Cool Athletes
Downhill Pale Ale @ The Collingwood Brewery
From Friday November 4th to Saturday November 12th, $1 from every Downhill Pale Ale sold will go to POW Canada!
$$ from every TGR Magic Hour Ticket
A portion of every TGR Magic Hour ticket and all raffle ticket sales will go to POW Canada!
Protect Our Winters Canada is a passionate community of enthusiasts, professional athletes and industry brands uniting the outdoor community to advocate for policy solutions to climate change. We believe our love of adventure in nature demands our participation in the fight to save and protect it.
POW Canada’s Collingwood chapter is one of 14 regional chapters across Canada that is run by passionate local volunteers that want to raise awareness and create policy change that will help the Collingwood area stay beautiful and sustainable.
Hot Planet, Cool Athletes is a charitable program run through POW Canada that gets the assistance of pro athletes to come into schools and talk to kids about the importance of climate change. Through that along with climate-focused lesson plans, POW Canada and the Collingwood chapter hope to educate, inform and inspire the next generation to create a wonderful future for the Collingwood area.