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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival

It turns out, I’m doing a small presentation at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival. I’ve always been interested in the festival but I’ve never really been too eager to give any presentations. Because I’m naturally a pretty shy guy, I find it hard to talk in front of large audiences. The first time I was asked to do a presentation at the VIMFF was a year ago but I said I couldn’t because I didn’t have any pictures. I tried to get enough pictures to make a presentation this year but some unfortunate events occurred. As it stands right now, I think I’ll be doing a pretty short presentation of about 10 minutes. I’ll be talking about my past few years of climbing and where they’ve taken me. At the end of my short presentation, they’ll be a video that JJ Mah has put together of me climbing Dreamcatcher. I’m not sure how the layout of presentations is going to be but my good friends Sonnie Trotter and Will Stanhope are also giving presentations so be sure to check them out! The date of our presentations is the 29th of January and if you pre-order your tickets, they only cost 17$ as oppose to 19$ day-of.

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    M

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    Nice one Sean. I look forward to your presentation and how the video turned out.

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    Calvin

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    Sean, I’m not sure what your plans are for the vid, but it’d be nice if you would post it (or your friend would) on your site after the presentation… for those of us who can’t make it to the VIMFF. Nevermind if you can’t or prefer not for various reasons, but thought I’d ask. Good luck with the presentation!

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      Sean McColl

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      I’ll try to post it after the VIMFF. I think it shouldn’t be a problem but I’ll talk to JJ Mah, the person who made the film.

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    Reginald Gamba

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    I really enjoy this site. Could tell me how I can subscribing with it? By the way I discovered this website through MSN.

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      Sean McColl

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      I think you’re looking for the RSS feed which is on the lower right corner of the website, near the login link.

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