/ MOUNTAINFILM ON TOUR London
Mountainfilm On Tour - London
Tuesday 25 September 2018 – 7-10 pm
Royal Geographical Society, London SW7 2AR
Enjoy a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and incredibly inspiring documentary films selected from Mountainfilm, America's most prestigious mountain film festival, exclusive to the UK. The films will be introduced by Ben Ayers, The dZi Foundation's Executive Director and a National Geographic film-maker in his own right.
The Exhibition Road entrance at the Royal Geographical Society will open to the audience at 6.00 pm with a cash bar in the Map Room. The Programme in the Ondaatje Theatre commences at 7.00 pm. Arrive prepared to buy Raffle tickets. Draw immediately after the Interval bar. Great prizes!
Films: Intersection: Micayla Gatto (Lucy Kemp); My Mom Vala (AC Cone); Life Coach (Renan Ozturk); Loved by All: The Story of Apa Sherpa (Steven Henderson); Imagination: Tom Wallisch (Dave Mossop); Riccarda de Eccher: Montagna (Dave Brown); RJ Ripper (Joey Schusler); Escape (Anjali Nayar); Mothered by Mountains (Ben Ayers, Renan Ozturk); A New View of the Moon (Wylie Overstreet).
Tickets: £15 each, or £10 concessions (Groups of 10+, U18, student, 65+) + booking fee for online purchases: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mountainfilm-on-tour-tickets-46930335898
For further information or to purchase tickets direct contact: Denise Prior by email email@example.com or call 07986 372558.
The evening is a joint fund-raising event for The dZi Foundation (dziuk.org) and Community Action Nepal (canepal.org.uk).
Sept 25th apparently
"Sept 25th apparently" Thank you so much for pointing this omission out. I couldn't preview the Premier Post as normal and didn't realise that the date, time and venue at the top of the post were missing. For the record:
Date and time: Tuesday 25 September 7 - 10 pm at the Royal Geographical Society, London SW7 2AR
(Exhibition Road entrance opens 6 pm).
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