Mountain Men premieres in Revelstoke on Friday

The Revelstoke-filmed movie Mountain Men will be shown at the Roxy Theatre for a week starting Friday, September 11



The Revelstoke-filmed movie Mountain Men will be shown at the Roxy Theatre for a week starting Friday, September 11.

Mountain Men filmed in and around Revelstoke for about a month in April 2014 and used numerous residents as extras. It stars Chace Crawford and Tyler Labine as two estranged brothers who end up on an adventure through the woods after burning down their remote family cabin.

The movie made its world premiere at the Whistler Film Festival in December. It was featured at the Vancouver Film Festival last month, and has received positive reviews from the Georgia Straightand National Post, and premiered at select theatres across Canada on Friday, Sept. 4.

It’s showing at the Roxy Theatre from Sept. 11–17 at 6:30 p.m. each night.

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