Earlier in December, Holmlands arrived in Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada to shoot our latest short film, "The Revelstoke Diaries".
An extension of our Holmlands Stories series - which features inspirational human interest stories from people with a shared sense of adventure - we go further and deeper into the community behind one of the world's most desirable year round adventure destinations.
Nestled in the heart of British Columbia, Revelstoke was originally founded in the 1880s when the Canadian Pacific Railway was built in the area - where the railroad still plays an integral part of the township.
Renowned for it's high annual snowfall, the development of Revelstoke Mountain Resort in 2007, has since transformed the small town into a global mecca for adventurers.
A traditional and hardworking mountain town, with stunning natural scenery all around and endless outdoor activities, The Revelstoke Diaries focuses on the people that make the place.
We go behind the scenes, speaking with Canadians who are proud to call Revelstoke their home, learning how the community is united by their own passion for adventure and love for the great outdoors.
Taking a different perspective, we speak with a local train diver, professional adventures and environmental activists, a retiree, an entrepreneur, musicians, an artist, a police officer, a night groomer and more...
Featuring, Chris Pawlitsky, Greg Hill, Izzy Lynch, Bill Pollock, Kelsey Adam, Mark Baron, Shred Kelly, Leah Allison, Faron Ling and Kristy Whale.
We are proud to present the world premiere of "The Revelstoke Diaries" - at the Performing Arts Centre in Revelstoke on Friday 24th January 2020. This very special screening will share the behind the scenes story of Revelstoke with the people of Revelstoke first - prior to a wider film release later next year.