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2021 NZ Mountain Film Festival Tour

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$20 – $25

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Metro by HOYTS Hamilton

56 Ward Street

Hamilton, Waikato 3204

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The NZ Mountain Film Festival 2021 tour is coming to Hamilton - watch some of the finest adventure films from around NZ & the world!

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The 2021 NZ Mountain Film Festival 'Best of' tour features the best films from the film festival in Wanaka and Queenstown.

Each year, the NZ Mountain Film Festival Charitable Trust puts on one of the world’s major Mountain Film Festivals in Wanaka and Queenstown, an internationally known event that attracts film makers from around the world. The festival aims to show case films from the high-octane sports such as skiing, climbing, kayaking and mountain biking. It also features increasingly topical environmental and mountain culture films to informand entertain.

This is a fundraising event brought to you by Perry Outdoor Education Trust and Lodge Real Estate.

Each ticket includes complimentary drink, popcorn and some great prizes up for grabs.

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Metro by HOYTS Hamilton

56 Ward Street

Hamilton, Waikato 3204

New Zealand

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Organiser Perry Outdoor Education Trust

Organiser of 2021 NZ Mountain Film Festival Tour

A Waikato charitable trust equipping low decile secondary schools to develop young people through outdoor experiences.  Each year 1000's of young Waikato secondary students experience amazing natural environments, are challenged in a safe way, and learn to value and protect the places where they play.  POET provides experienced outdoor educators who work alongside teachers, building each school's capability to deliver outdoor experiences. Experiences take place close to home, are low cost and build connections between students and their local environments and communities.

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