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  1. Tricia

    Tricia The Velvet Hammer Admin Pugski Ski Tester

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    Phil and I will be attending TGR's Winterland at Greater Nevada Field in Reno on October 10th.

    We missed the Squaw premier on 9/21 but will not miss this one

    Check this link to find out where Winterland is playing near you


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    #tgrlivethedream

    WINTERLAND Celebrates Ski and Snowboard Culture Through the

    Eyes of Teton Gravity Research
    Presented by Sierra Nevada, High West and The North Face, WINTERLAND is the
    latest in 24 seasonal films by Teton Gravity Research​

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
    Jackson, Wy. - Teton Gravity Research (TGR), the global leader in action and adventure
    lifestyle media, is proud to announce its 2019 annual ski and snowboard film, WINTERLAND,
    presented by Sierra Nevada, High West, and The North Face.
    WINTERLAND will make its world premiere on Sept. 14 in Teton Village, Wyo., followed by an
    international tour. Details for the tour will be available at
    the film - the 24th ski and snowboard feature from the award-winning team at TGR - will debut
    tetongravity.com/winterland.
    A trailer for
    online on July 30.
    At its core, WINTERLAND is a celebration of ski and snowboard culture. TGR filmmakers
    collaborated with 23 of the world’s most accomplished freeskiers and snowboarders to make the
    film, showcasing some of the most thrilling and extreme footage captured by the company in its
    22 years of production.
    The film also celebrates the athletes’ connection to the roots of skiing and snowboarding, while
    showcasing the pure joy and adventure associated with these sports. By exploring the history,
    places, and people in the world of skiing and snowboarding, filmgoers will learn how intimately
    connected the athletes are with those who came before.
    “I think everyone can relate to WINTERLAND because even though it’s not one specific place,
    it’s more of a state of mind,” said Jon Klaczkiewicz, the Head of Production at TGR. “Beyond
    showcasing the incredible action our athletes continue to astound us with, WINTERLAND really
    embodies the magic that all skiers and snowboarders feel when they find themselves in the right
    place at the right time when everything comes together. The experience is shaped by the lore
    and legends of a place, fleeting moments of epic conditions, and the unique style of the
    individual. Really excited to share this one!”
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    Skier Griffin Post at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort By Nic Alegre

    The TGR production crew filmed athletes in seven different international locations during the
    making of WINTERLAND, including segments on the remote Lofoten Islands in Norway as well
    as deep in the Chugach Mountains of Alaska. The film also visits some of the world’s most
    breathtaking and challenging terrain in Austria, British Columbia and Jackson Hole, Wyo.,
    showcasing elite athletes as they leave their own mark on these fabled locations and chase the
    ghosts of the greats who came before them.
    WINTERLAND is the first ski and snowboard film from TGR since the release of FAR OUT,
    which was named Movie of the Year by Powder Magazine in 2018. TGR also claimed Best
    Documentary at the 2018 Surfer Awards in December for its captivating and complicated look at
    the late Andy Irons, a three-time ASP World Champion surfer who battled bipolar disorder
    As it did in FAR OUT, TGR filmmakers feature top freeskiers and snowboarders in
    WINTERLAND such as Tim Durtschi, Nick McNutt, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Angel Collinson and
    even 13-year-old rising star Kai Jones.
    “It’s important to the more experienced athletes to share our experiences with the younger athletes in the film, because you’re connecting with a whole new generation exposed to these places,” said Durtschi, appearing in his eighth TGR film in WINTERLAND. “And it’s just fun to be in the mountains with these athletes - they inject new energy into the action and offer fresh perspectives, and hopefully that comes across in the film.”
    The end result of that energy, Klaczkiewicz says, is “the best action we’re ever captured.”
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    TGR on location in Norway By Ming Soon


    About Teton Gravity

    Teton Gravity Research is regarded as one of the premiere outdoor action, adventure,
    and exploration brands in the world. Known for original, custom and branded content.
    TGR’s world-class storytelling has captivated audiences for more than 23 years. With 40+ award-winning films, numerous television series, and national commercial spots TGR delivers a global, multi-channel footprint. Teton Gravity Research is one of the fastest-growing outdoor media brands with a thriving millennial audience, award-winning multimedia film projects, a rapidly growing experiential platform and unprecedented viral content. TGR is a proud member of the Surfrider Foundation, 1% For The Planet, BICEP, IMBA, and Protect Our Winters. For more information on TGR, visit TetonGravity.com.

    Media contact | Eric Henderson | [email protected] | 307.690.2984 |
     
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    This TGR movie is one of the best they've done in a very long time. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
     
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    I will probably go to early show in SF on 10/29 where attendees get a voucher that give you $109 2 of 3-day ticket for Bachelor (not valid Christmas, Presidents Day weekend). I usually go early enough to avoid traffic, park near Palace of Fine Arts and go for a bike ride. Last year I found some fun trails in Presidio and had time for Happy Hour on Chestnut St. before show.
     
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