WE: A Collection of Individuals World Premier

What: WE: A Collection of Individuals – The Triple Threat Movie World – World Premier
Where: Neptune Theater
When: September 7, 2012 @ 9pm (doors @ 7pm)
Tickets: $15 online

Red Bull Media House In association with Poor Boyz Productions Brings you The Triple Threat World Premiere of “WE: A Collection Of Individuals”

Athletes Appearances from: Bobby Brown, Sean Pettit, Pep Fujas, Dane Tudor, Clayton Vila, Sean Jordan, Karl Fostvedt, Leigh Powis, Josh Stack, Charley Ager, Mike Henitiuk, & More!

Get Your Jeremy Jones’ Further Tickets

Just a reminder that Jeremy Jones’ Further is next week!

What: Jeremy Jones’ Further
When: September 14, 2012. Early show @ 6:30. Late show @ 9
Where: Neptune Theater
Tickets: You have a few options…

This is the ski film of the season that I can’t wait for!

Teton Village, Wyoming – Award winning producers Teton Gravity Research are pleased to announce the production of Further, the second installment in the Jeremy Jones trilogy, Deeper, Further, Higher presented by O’Neill. Further will explore some of the world’s most remote terrain while continuing Jones’ mission to camp deep in the backcountry and on the summits of unridden lines to access nearly vertical spines and wide open powder fields.

Teton Gravity Research’s Deeper rocked the snowboarding world in September 2010 as Jeremy Jones pushed himself and his crew to summit world-class lines in remote backcountry zones. Experimenting to see if this backcountry camping approach would work for the level of riding Jones was after the TGR Deeper crew executed amazing first descents around the world. Through research, patience and hard work, the crew was able to live in caves and on glaciers to ride untouched lines without another human in sight.

Jeremy Jones’ Further Coming to Seattle September 14

What: Jeremy Jones’ Further
When: September 14, 2012
Where: Neptune Theater
Tickets: On Sale Soon

This is the ski film of the season that I can’t wait for!

Teton Village, Wyoming – Award winning producers Teton Gravity Research are pleased to announce the production of Further, the second installment in the Jeremy Jones trilogy, Deeper, Further, Higher presented by O’Neill. Further will explore some of the world’s most remote terrain while continuing Jones’ mission to camp deep in the backcountry and on the summits of unridden lines to access nearly vertical spines and wide open powder fields.

Teton Gravity Research’s Deeper rocked the snowboarding world in September 2010 as Jeremy Jones pushed himself and his crew to summit world-class lines in remote backcountry zones. Experimenting to see if this backcountry camping approach would work for the level of riding Jones was after the TGR Deeper crew executed amazing first descents around the world. Through research, patience and hard work, the crew was able to live in caves and on glaciers to ride untouched lines without another human in sight.

FreeRider US Premier w/Wyoming Triump

What: FreeRider US Premier and KGB’s Wyoming Triumph
When: 6:30, February 3rd
Cost: $10
Where: Mountaineers

Here’s the PR blurb on FreeRider:

FreeRider is a short documentary about Northwest, born and raised, splitboarder Kyle Miller, who’s been quietly ripping it up in the Cascades over the last few years. Lately, he’s been getting quite a bit of national and international attention for his riding … being featured in articles in Frequency, Off-Piste and Backcountry magazines, shredding in South America last summer for the film Solitaire, and presenting FreeRider to a packed house at the 7th International Free Ride Film Festival in St Lary, France in early December.

And here’s the trailer:

FreeRider – Trailer from Crest Pictures on Vimeo.

And here’s the trailer for Wyoming Triumph:

One For The Road Encore January 10

What: TGR’s One for the Road
When: January 10, 7:00 ($10 Advance, $12 at the door)
Where: Cinebarre Mountlake Terrace

If you missed TGR’s One for the Road back in October it is back for another showing! This one is a fundraiser for American Cancer Society.

One for the Road is an HD ski film that follows some of the world’s most progressive snow sports athletes as it documents their lives on the road and captures some of the most stunning riding to date. Road trips are an integral part of every adventurer’s life and a conduit to define one’s being. Journeys to new lands shed light on each skier’s personal mission. Whether shredding with long time ski partners, or meeting a seasoned character in some far off country, wisdom is gained through these new experiences. The road trip is a metaphor for every skier’s existence.

All I Can Seattle Premier This Friday!

What: All.I.Can by Sherpas Cinema
When: Friday, November 11, 2011: Doors @ 7:30 Show @ 8:30pm
Where: King Cat Theater- Seattle, 2130 6th Avenue Seattle, WA
Tickets: $12 at evo Seattle or at King Cat or online.

Don’t know how this one almost snuck by us, especially seeing as it won Best Feature-Length Mountain Film – Banff Mountain Film Festival 2011.

All.I.Can. Official Teaser from Sherpas Cinema on Vimeo.

And the Warren Miller Guest Appearances Will Be…

Wondering whose signatures you can get at Warren Miller – Like There’s No Tomorrow Seattle showing? Their PR folks wrote us with the details:

Andy Mahre, Tyler Ceccanti and Lynsey Dyer will appear at the Seattle shows.

Tyler Ceccanti, local skier from Crystal Mt., and Andy Mahre from White Pass, ski together in a segment shot in the Monashees that is out of this world!

But what you really want to know is what kind of lift ticket deals are we getting??

Everyone attending …LIKE THERE’S NO TOMORROW receives a voucher for a free lift tickets to White Pass, Mt. Bachelor and Alyeska; vouchers for “buy one get one free” at Whistler, Big White, Silver Star and Sun Peaks Resort; and a lift ticket and lodging offer from Crystal Mt. Everyone also receives a voucher for $25 off a purchase of $100 or more at Sturtevant’s and Sturtevant’s Ski Mart!

The Sturtevant deal is pretty sweet…

Update: If you want to learn more about Tyler and Andy check out this Seattle Times article, Washington freeskiers featured in film.