Before each feature film this winter the Williams Lake Film Club is showing shorts from ski and snowboarding films being made by two lakecity men.
Oliver Berger and Morgan Day skied and snowboarded all of the ski resorts in B.C. and made documentary films about their adventures called Shred the Nar.
Their first short film on Mt. Timothy was shown before the film club’s documentary Which Way Home shown at the Gibraltar Room Saturday.
“I have five more segments which I will show before our regular films until Feb. 24,” says film club organizer Krista Liebe.
The final film club night before Christmas is coming up this Tuesday, Dec. 16 starting at 7 p.m. in the Gibraltar Room.
The next Shred the Nar short will feature the Troll Ski Hill near Quesnel.
Shred the Nar will continue its adventure this winter, beginning early January, this time heading east to Alberta in search of powder to ski.
Dates for the 2015 season are Jan. 13 and 27; Feb. 10 and 24; March 24; April 7 and 21; and May 5.
May 5 will be the Big Blow Out — The World Tour 2015 Reel Paddling Film Festival, Liebe says.
“This is for summer what the Banff Mountain Film Festival is for the winter,” Liebe says.