Banff festival moves to October...
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The 15th annual Banff Mountain Film Festival in Moab is moving from March to Saturday and Sunday, October 6 and 7. We will feature a completely different film line-up each night.

The Banff Centre discontinued the Radical Reels event, but it was possible to move BMFF into the Rad Reels event in October. This change is permanent. If we have enough support for two nights, it may be possible to have a third night on Mondays moving forward.

The event is a benefit for the Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center-Moab and Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation in Price, which serves all of southeastern Utah. Please make a note of the new date and we look forward to seeing all of you in early October for the best in mountain sports, culture and adventure. For more information, call 435-259-4859.

—Dave Erley


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