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Snow Camp Film Nights

Snow Camp Film Nights
27 November 2014 No comments

In association with Snow-Camp Glasgow & The Snowboard Asylum we proudly present 3 films to kick start your winter. There is no better place to watch big mountain snowboard and ski footage than on the big screen of a cinema and these films will send shivers down your spine and ignite your passion for the winter ahead.

Eventbrite - Snow-Camp Presents "Higher" & "Almost Ablaze" (Teton Gravity Research)

Almost Ablaze & Higher - Odeon Cinema Braehead - Thursday 27th November at 7pm

Tickets - £13.50>
Kids 14 & Under £10
All Proceeds go to Snow-Camp Glasgow

Jeremy Jones Higher

Jones and TGR elevating their game and taking their quest to the next level for the third and final installment of the Deeper, Further, Higher trilogy from the award-winning producers at Teton Gravity Research. Presented by Subaru, Higher traces Jones' snowboarding journey from hiking Cape Cod's Jailhouse Hill as a child to accumulating several generations' worth of wisdom and expertise about thriving and surviving in the winter wilderness.

Almost Ablaze

Awarded "Film Of The Year" at the 2014 International Freeski Film Festival, TGR's Almost Ablaze is a global odyssey combining state-of-the-art cinematography and the most progressive riding on The Planet. Experience a new level of sensory overload as each athlete is wired for sound, immersing the audience completely in the moment. Watch as athletes push the edge to realize a heightened state.

Eventbrite - Snow-Camp Presents "Pretty Faces" (Unicorn Picnic) and "Almost Ablaze" (TGR

Pretty Faces & Almost Ablaze - Odeon Cinema Braehead - Thursday 4th December at 6.30pm

Tickets - £13.50
Kids 14 & Under £10
All Proceeds go to Snow-Camp Glasgow

Pretty Faces is a film celebrating women who thrive in the snow. The concept for the film was originated by professional big mountain skier and SheJumps co-founder, Lynsey Dyer with the objective of giving women and girls, young and old, a source of inspiration through a unique look at what is possible when boundaries are broken, dreams captured and friendships cultivated. In Lynsey’s words “I wanted to give young girls something positive to look up to…I wanted to give them their Blizzard of Ahhs, Ski Movie or High Life, but done in a way that also shows the elegance, grace, community and style that is unique to women in the mountains.”