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Photo: Mountain Men creates white wedding in April

While the rest of Revelstoke shovels snow off their lawns, crew members working on the feature film Mountain Men were putting snow back on the lawn of the Revelstoke United Church on April 9.  Workers unrolled sheets of fluffy, white fabric to simulate snow in preparation for the big wedding scene being filmed at the church on Wednesday.  Producer Jason James and director Cam Labine are shooting the film Mountain Men in Revelstoke over the next month or so.  The film stars Tyler Labine, best known as Dale from 2010 cult film Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.  - Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review file photo
While the rest of Revelstoke shovels snow off their lawns, crew members working on the feature film Mountain Men were putting snow back on the lawn of the Revelstoke United Church on April 9. Workers unrolled sheets of fluffy, white fabric to simulate snow in preparation for the big wedding scene being filmed at the church on Wednesday. Producer Jason James and director Cam Labine are shooting the film Mountain Men in Revelstoke over the next month or so. The film stars Tyler Labine, best known as Dale from 2010 cult film Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.
— image credit: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review file photo

While the rest of Revelstoke shovels snow off their lawns, crew members working on the feature film Mountain Men were putting snow back on the lawn of the Revelstoke United Church on April 9.

Workers unrolled sheets of fluffy, white fabric to simulate snow in preparation for the big wedding scene being filmed at the church on Wednesday.

Producer Jason James and director Cam Labine are shooting the film Mountain Men in Revelstoke over the next month or so.

The film stars Tyler Labine, best known as Dale from 2010 cult film Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.

Learn more about the film here.

 

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