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Home game for Andi Prielmaier: Bavarian Outdoor Film Festival to guest in Icking

2021-07-22T04:14:51.893Z

The extreme athlete and adventurer Andi Prielmaier has been organizing the Bavarian Outdoor Film Festival for several years. Now the native of Ickinger is making a guest appearance in his old home for the first time.



The extreme athlete and adventurer Andi Prielmaier has been organizing the Bavarian Outdoor Film Festival for several years.

Now the native of Ickinger is making a guest appearance in his old home for the first time.

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- Andi Prielmaier will have a home game when he will be guesting his Bavarian Outdoor Film Festival (BOFF) on the WSVI sports field on Saturday, July 24th. Because the adventurer, extreme athlete, filmmaker and festival director, who now lives in Hausham, comes from Icking. "We can all hardly wait to present exciting mountain films to our guests again after more than a year," says Prielmaier, referring to the mandatory Corona break. “And I'm happy to be able to show the BOFF in my home country for the first time. It will be a special evening for me and our guests. "

The open-air cinema starts at 8.30 p.m. (admission from 8 p.m.) with a small concert by Matze Brustmann. The musician and extreme kayaker from Münsing is represented in the current program with the film "Icy Dance with the Fall of the Gods". After dark around 9:15 pm, life comes to the screen: “Six films, six mountains, people and their stories” promises Prielmaier. The film “Heinz Zak - a life for freedom” is running exclusively, in which Alexander Huber from the Huberbuam, a companion and friend of Zaks, has a say. Sabine Armsen, maker of the film “Patagonia wild”, will also be there live. She and her husband Rallo have been living in Icking for a year. Both report with impressive pictures about their one and a half year trip through South America.

Andi Prielmaier will moderate the evening.

He also has his own film in his luggage: "Trans Siberian Snow".

You can see his joint journey with his buddy Ingolf Schmitt on the Trans-Siberian Railway over almost 8,000 kilometers to ski freeriding in Siberia.

Tickets for twelve euros each are only available at the box office.

Please bring seat mats or blankets (no chairs!) With you.

And please leave drinks in the fridge at home, Feinkost Baumgartner provides food and drink.

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Information on the Internet:

www.boff-film.de

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By the way: Everything from the region is now also available in our new, regular Wolfratshausen-Geretsried newsletter.

Source: merkur

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