Adventure Films by Local Filmmaker Rongqin Su

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Dec. 8 & 9

7:00 pm

$15 / Youth $7.50

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Thursday, Dec. 8

7:00pm

$15

Friday, Dec. 9

7:00pm

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artsPlace is proud to showcase Canmore adventure filmmaker Rongquin Su in a program of four short diverse films, including the Canmore premier of two films based in Canmore featuring local adventurers

P3-Pedal Powder Paddle

Three friends from Canmore, Alberta set out to paddle board the headwaters of one of Canada’s longest rivers, the North Saskatchewan. To get there they will have to bike, hike, ski, and snowboard their way across two glaciers and an 11,000 ft mountain - all in one epic day!

Crossing Ghost

Two local mid-age climbers from Canada's Rockies, set out to bike through the Ghost Area, do some remote ice climbs, and ride across a frozen lake - all in good company, on old bikes, with limited time, and in dubious weather.

Reverie of Yukon

In the far north, the mighty Yukon river flows through Eric Nicolier’s life. Mushing, rafting, carpentry, and playing music are his way of composing a life of reverie.

Mǐn Jiāng, As the river flows

Mǐn Jiāng is the mother river of Fujian province in China. Fujian local Ruan and his friends kayak the life vein of the river from source to mouth, crossing countless dams and documenting the impacts of an evolving culture on an ancient water source.

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