Get Stoked Winter Film Series
November 01, 2013 - November 02, 2013
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Opening weekend at Keystone gets ready for the season with the Get Stoked Winter Film Series in Warren Station! Some of the top action sports production companies including Level 1 Productions, Poor Boyz, Think Thank and Transworld Snowboarding blow your mind with reels of jaw-dropping feats. Get stoked for another killer season as legendary and rookie shredders tackle unforgiving territory on the big screen. Raffle prizes, beer, Red Bull, “Get Stoked” and “Bring on the Pow” mixer specials top off the night.
Dates: Friday, November 1st and Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
Location: Warren Station Center for the Arts, River Run Village
Schedule of Events:
7:00pm Doors open
7:30pm Show begins
Ticket Information: $5 Adults at the Door, 12 and Under FREE
Friday, November 1, 2013 – Snowboard Film Night
- GO! – A Snowboard Road Trip
- GO, a snowboard road trip, is the story of four friends and our journey through the winter. With very little relativity in professional snowboard media, they have set out to create a project that every fellow snowboarder can appreciate on a personal level. The crew is hitting the road in a modded out '93 Subaru Loyale. Their only agenda is to ride as much pow as possible, and document what is sure to be one of the most classic snowboard road trips of all time. The movie is all inclusive and invites any local shreds to join the crew along the way - the only credentials are a positive attitude and a passion for Shred.
- Nation presented by Transworld Snowboarding
- Nation brings together a crew of mountain men, legends, rookies, contest kids, and street shredders from around the world. The goal: to showcase all aspects of snowboarding and put a time stamp on the current state of the nation.
- Brain Dead Heart Attack presented by Think Thank
- After ten years of progression through creativity; Think Thank is brain dead and it’s having a heart attack! Starring the minds, hearts and snowboarding of: Brandon Hammid, Jaeger Bailey, Ted Borland, Brandon Reis, Sammy Luebke, Nick Visconti, Curtis Woodman, Sean Genovese, Jesse Burtner, Chris Beresford, Sean Black, Nial Romanek, Desiree Melancon, Kyle Lopiccolo, Brendon Hupp, Sam Hulbert and Mitch Richmond. Ten years has led up to this; Think Thank’s most mind numbing, heart stopping freestyle snowboard video ever. Thanks brains!
Saturday, November 2, 2013 – Ski Film Night
- The Wallisch Project presented by Kyle Decker
- The concept is simple, almost 8 minutes of the type of premium action you come to expect from Wallisch from locations all around the globe. Producer Kyle Decker.
- Partly Cloudy presented by Level 1 Productions
- Everything is baked. The snow has turned to mush and that burn is starting to peel. Fortunately, for those seeking cover from the glare there is a reset on the way. Hot on
the heels of Level 1’s award-winning film Sunny comes a slightly different forecast.
No major disturbances or low-pressure fronts, just a healthy mix of skiing, music, and personality with a low ultraviolet index. Partly Cloudy.
- Tracing Skylines presented by Poor Boyz
- Every skier knows what it’s like to call a few friends, pack up, and head out for a trip. Rather than spend another winter chasing storms, five of the top pros and their closest pals embark on their own interpretations of a “trip of a lifetime,” taking them deep into new and uncharted territory. Sean Pettit ventures further in his home turf of British Columbia. Watch as he trades the comfy lodge for a glacier camp - finding unexpected sources of fun in the backcountry. Logan Pehota pinpoints a remote Alaska lighthouse to use as a home base, where he launches a helicopter expedition and finds fresh terrain to attack. Karl Fostvedt takes urban skiing to a whole new level by spending his time searching for the perfect jib, drop and jump amidst the concrete jungle that is Detroit. Pep Fujas leads the backcountry in pure essence. Julien Regnier is found trekking the grueling 100km (62 Miles) historic high alpine route between Chamonix, France and Zermatt, Switzerland. Finally, Bobby Brown brings the crew back together for a spring session to wrap a season that won’t soon be forgotten. Tracing Skylines follows these five skiers on several incredible adventures. Where will you be inspired to go next
Ages: All Ages Welcome
Parking: Free parking will be available in the River Run Lot.
All events are subject to change. Pets are prohibited at all Keystone Events.
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