Last chance to vote in ColdFront online film Festival 

Three finalists vie for $10,000 first prize

click to enlarge PHOTO SUBMITTED - One of three Finalists Whistler filmmaker Benjamin Webb (right) at work last season on his short film for Coldfront, a new online competition.
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  • One of three Finalists Whistler filmmaker Benjamin Webb (right) at work last season on his short film for Coldfront, a new online competition.

It's the final week of Whistler Blackcomb's ColdFront online film festival.

The festival has featured short films by Olliepop Films, Heart Films, Ryan Kenny and Benjamin Webb, Geoff Hewat, Nuulife Cinema and Graeme Mieklejohn.

Every week since late September, two competitors have vied for votes from the online public. Just three are left: Hewat, Kenny and Webb, and Heart Films.

The winner of the next round of voting takes home a $10,000 first prize.

Each of the competitors' films has showcased the resort's winter wonderland. All films were shot between February 2014 and the end of last season.

Voters are also entered in a draw for $5,000 in winter gear, including a Whistler Blackcomb season pass for 2014-2015.

To check out the films and vote, Visit www.whistlerblackcomb.com/coldfront.

ECFashionFilm finalists named for WFF

Elle Canada magazine has named their top 10 finalists for their ECFashion Film competition.

The winner will be named at the Whistler Film Festival, which takes place at the resort from Dec. 3 to 7. Elle Canada is a sponsor of the festival.

They are: Ethereal Beauty by Ruben Cisneros, Walk in the Park by Zachary Spence, The Umbrella by Benjamin Reyes, Fashion in Motion by Julie Hong, Girl(s) by Nelson Lee, Vorfreude by Hannah Louise Clarke, Fall in Love by Alayna Silverberg, Temptation by Philippe Maurice, Goodbye Girl by Matthew de Filippis and Elisia Mirabelli, and Fashion Forward by Anthony Gordon.

The films can be viewed online at www.ellecanada.com/fashionfilm/top-10-finalists.php.

For more information visit www.whistlerfilmfestival.com.

Correction

In the Oct. 16 issue of Pique, the snowboarding film The Little Things, directed by Darcy Turenne and produced by Marie-France Roy, was incorrectly called Ten Little Things. Pique regrets the error.

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