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The Revelstoke Diaries: In the news

An old man in a blue jacket and hat standing next to a pair of red skis on a wooden balcony

Our latest film project "The Revelstoke Diaries" has continued to make headlines this winter - with wide spread press coverage across the ski media - with a full round up below:

Our film and nine episode web series takes a behind the scenes look at the town of Revelstoke in British Columbia, Canada as a new winter begins, with the film featuring with In The Snow Magazine, The Revelstoke Review, Ski Magazine, Powder Magazine, Forecast Ski Magazine, Men's Journal, Ski Club of Great Britain, New England Ski Journal, Unofficial Networks and more ...

Holmlands Founder and Director - and Director and Producer of the film - Cameron Hall, has also been speaking to CBC Radio, Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports, Ski Club of Great Britain, In the Snow Magazine and See Revelstoke about the project.

With pro skier and Protect Our Winters Canada ambassador Izzy Lynch taking the time to chat with Lessons in Badassery - as well as joining us for our special online screening in support of Disability Snowsport UK, back in September.

Fellow professional adventurer and climate change activist, Greg Hill features in the December issue of Fall Line Skiing Magazine, talking about the project, his love for Revelstoke, electric adventures and more - in a special triple page spread speaking with editor Nicola Iseard.

The same edition also features a double page article on the other members of the Revelstoke community who share their stories in the project, as Nicola "Meets the Revelstokians" (pictured below).

A press cutting featuring several pictures of people from the town of Revelstoke in Canada

The second episode from our web series with Greg and Izzy, features with Gear Junkie, as they write about "Sustainable Skiing: Pros Weigh In on What Needs to Change" - with the episode focusing on the environmental changes and philosophies Greg and Izzy carry in their personal and professional lives.

Selected for Cortomontagna - Premio Leggimontagna festival in Italy, International Nature Film Festival Gödöllő in Hungry and Winter Film Festival in France - the project has also found an international audience - in addition to our sold our screenings in Revelstoke and London in 2020.

We would like to say a sincere thank you to everyone who has supported this project - and if you haven't done so already, you can can check out the full film and web series by clicking here or pressing play on the video links below.

Checkout photographs from our World Premiere event in Revelstoke here and our European premiere in London here.


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