IF3 International Freeski Film Festival, Presented by The North Face, Nike 6.0 and Salomon just wrapped up its fourth edition in Montreal. A total success as more than 8 000 people showed up to celebrate the upcoming season, the talent of athletes as well as the overall splendour of freeski movies.
Travelling for the first time across Canada, IF3 on the road is the occasion to share the vibrant spirit of the Festival while catching the best movies of IF3 Montreal.
IF3 On The Road Toronto: October 16th – Royal Theatre, 608 College St
â€ŸThere’s a lot of demand, we’re really happy to be travelling with the Festival and to offer communities what skiing in 2010 is all about.â€Ÿ says JF DuRocher, IF3 co-founder.
â€ŸThe downtown Royal theatre is one of Toronto’s few independent cinemas left, and offers a great atmosphere to catch the best of the best ski movies” added FeÌlix Rioux, IF3 co-founderâ€Ÿ.
The IF3 on the road will feature the award winning movies of IF3 Montreal such as IF3 2010 best movie and people’s choice award, “the Way I see It” from MSP, The best jib flick and best cinematography with “Eye Trip” from Level 1, IF3 documentary with “Like a Lion” from Inspired media as well as “Revolver” from Poor Boyz. No doubt festival highlights will also include appearances by some of freeskiing’s top athletes.
Scheduling, tickets and festival information can be found at www.IF3.ca.
Awarded Quebec action sports Gala Maestro’s event of the year, the IF3 presented by The North Face, Nike 6.0 and Salomon in Montreal, Quebec is the biggest ski film festival on the planet. It gives skiers of all ages a festive environment that allows pro skiers, filmmakers, industry leaders and fans alike to rub shoulders with each other while indulging in the biggest, best and wildest way to kick off the ski season!
IF3 On The Road Toronto is made possible through the generous sponsorship of The North Face, Nike 6.0, Salomon, Jay Peak Resort, Coors Light, Red Bull, Orage, Countour HD, Newschoolers.com, SBC Skier, magazine and Skipass.com
For more details on the schedule and information about the festival, visit www.if3.ca for information