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Radical Reels Tour - Movie Night
Come join for a night of inspirational film watching down at the Astor Theater in Windsor. If you've been to a Banff Mountain Film Festival screening before you'll know what to expect. See the event description below. Book your own tickets and we'll liaise upstairs at the Astor from 6.30pm onwards, helps to get there early if we want to sit together. The Astor sells snacks and alcohol which you can take into the auditorium. Closest station is Windsor, there is free parking on the surrounding roads but again helps to get there early if you want to find a space nearby. Please RSVP once you have purchased your ticket. Purchase tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/radical-reels-tour-melbourne-astor-theatre-28-nov-2018-tickets-43539657287 The Astor is showing the Yellow program: http://www.radicalreels.com.au/yellow-program/ Btw if you can't make this screening, Radical Reels is also on at The Crown on Tue 27th Nov, with a slightly different edit. Event Description: A collection of short action-packed films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival that will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. The Radical Reels Tour shows an entirely different set of films to those screened at the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour in June. Designed to take you into the wilds and out of your comfort zone, the films feature daring footage of some of the most accomplished climbers, paddlers, explorers, skiers, adventurers and mountain-bike riders alive today. Each action-packed short has been hand-picked from more than 300 entries to the prestigious Banff Mountain Film Festival. The original and the best mountain film festival. The Radical Reels Tour offers up a second serving of award-winning adventurous films of the Banff Mountain Film Festival. This year, the Australian line-up showcases two-and-a-half hours of short adventure films packed full of action. Filled with wild rides, long lines, steep jumps and skillful stunts, the films celebrate the camaraderie, courage and conviction of today's most out-there adventurers. Captivating cinematography, complete with stunning vistas shot from unbelievable vantage points, pays homage to the wild and rugged playgrounds today's thrill-seekers explore with their mountain bikes, paddles, ropes, skis and kayaks in tow.

The Astor Theatre

Corner Chapel Street & Dandenong Road · St Kilda

Respond by: 11/27/2018

What we're about

The Hiking Society Meetup group is all about getting into the outdoors and exploring the various hiking trails and camping spots in Victoria. There are times when people want to take up hiking or camping but just don't know where to go or don't have anyone to go with. The aim of this group is to alleviate that, whilst also having fun in the outdoors at the same time.

The trails will vary to cater for everyone while giving people the opportunity to meet other like-minded individuals.

People of all ages and skill level are welcome and encouraged to join.

If you wish to take your love of hiking and camping beyond trails, feel free to head over to The Hiking Society (http://www.thehikingsociety.com.au) and check out everything from food, gear, how to info and general chit-chat on all things hiking and camping.

You can also find The Hiking Society on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/thehikingsociety) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/thehikingsociety/)

Please note: we are now enforcing a strict policy on no-shows. This means if you RSVP Yes to an event, don't turn up and don't offer an explanation, you will be removed immediately from the group. We have had far too many instances where this happened which has denied others of coming along.

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