Vagabond Film Show comes to Hope

Film buffs across the Lower Mainland are invited to a visual treat, with the greatly anticipated sixth annual Vagabond Film Show.

Vagabond Film Show is hosting its prolific and wildly entertaining

Vagabond Film Show is hosting its prolific and wildly entertaining sixth annual film festival. The culturally rich event will be featuring a film show, independent films and live music on Thursday, May 14th at the Hope Cinema.

All film lovers, culturally explorative individuals, and anybody who wants to experience a great night of local talent are cordially invited to attend.

The doors will be opened at 6:30 p.m., for patrons, good time seekers and for those who want to be inspired by the richness of the contemporary art scene, currently flourishing in Hope.

“The film festival began six years with the idea of promoting local talent and the beautiful town of Hope,” said local filmmaker and one of Vagabond’s creators Justin Brown, who shares the helm with Dan Pereda, Will Baerg and their frontman Jake Baerg.

“It’s to promote and to get people out shooting and to inspire filmmaking, while showing off our town,” said Brown

Tickets are for sale at the Blue Moose Coffee House and the Hope Cinema for $15.

“If there is one event you don’t want to miss this year it’s this one,” said Brown.


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