Get stoked for winter: Vilar Performing Arts Heart presents two Teton Gravity Analysis movies

Teton Gravity Analysis’s twenty sixth annual movie, “Stoke the Fireplace”, was filmed on-site in Alaska, British Columbia, Wyoming, Montana and the North Cascades.
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The Vilar Performing Arts Heart at Beaver Creek helps skiers and snowboarders get stoked on the approaching winter season by presenting two Teton Gravity Analysis movies main as much as Vail and Beaver Creek’s opening days. “Stoke the Fireplace” on Sunday, Oct. 10, and “Mountain Revelations” on Friday, Nov. 19, will get viewers hyped for powder turns, winter adventures and extra. The 530-seat VPAC will rework for the film expertise, presenting the movies on the large display within the intimate theater.

The 2 Teton Gravity Analysis movies will certainly get individuals excited for the snow to begin flying. Teton Gravity Analysis is a world chief in out of doors motion and journey movie and continues to set the usual for snowboarding and snowboarding movies all over the world. “Stoke the Fireplace” explores the evolution inside snowboarding and the pure pleasure that manifests from that course of, and “Mountain Revelations” showcases three skilled snowboarders, together with Jeremy Jones, on a 10-day mission in a distant nook of Alaska. If you happen to aren’t prepared for winter but, you’ll be.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for college students to every movie exhibiting on the Vilar Performing Arts Heart. Showtimes are 7 p.m. on Oct. 10 and Nov. 19. For extra data and tickets, go to

Teton Gravity Analysis is a world chief in out of doors motion and journey movie.
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Teton Gravity Analysis: ‘Stoke the Fireplace’

In October of 1996, Teton Gravity Analysis launched its first movie, “Continuum.” Greater than twenty years later, “Stoke the Fireplace” is TGR’s twenty sixth annual movie launch freshly launched in September and enjoying in cinemas throughout the globe – together with Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Germany, Canada and the U.S.

“The stoke means various things to completely different individuals primarily based on the place they’re of their evolution,” the movie bio says on-line. “For some it’s about committing to a brand new world, a life-style, and the friendships that blossom from that dedication. The selection to enter this world is a spark, and with each new expertise the fireplace grows.”

What does “stoke” imply to you? Do you bear in mind the unforgettable feeling of getting into the world of snowboarding and snowboarding?

“Stoke the Fireplace” explores the query, what does “stoke” imply to you?
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“Stoke the Fireplace” options TGR athletes Caite Zeliff, Christina Lustenberger, Colter Hinchliffe, Dane Tudor, Elyse Saugstad and a dozen others. It was filmed in Alaska; British Columbia; Jackson Gap, Wyoming; Montana; and the North Cascades.

“With extra information comes extra exploration, each bodily and geographically, that helps to know what these uncooked experiences related with nature do for the soul,” the movie bio says. “With extra expertise, an examination of our shared historical past turns into vital, and finally a few of us may wish to take a look at our limits on the higher echelon of what’s potential by drawing upon the sum of our information and expertise.”

Take pleasure in Teton Gravity Analysis’s “Stoke the Fireplace” along with your ski and snowboard crew on the Vilar Performing Arts Heart on Sunday, Oct. 10.

Teton Gravity Analysis: ‘Mountain Revelations’

Skilled snowboarders Jeremy Jones, Ryan Hudson and Rafael Pease have three very completely different tales, however their worlds collide in “Mountain Revelations,” shot on location in Alaska’s Chugach Mountain Vary over the course of 10 days.

From Hudson rising up homeless on the streets of San Diego, to Pease’s experiences rising up between Miami, Texas and Chile, and Jones’ adventures rising up on Cape Cod and evolving the world’s preeminent massive mountain snowboarders, the three discovered their paths and passions within the mountains regardless of their variations in socioeconomic backgrounds, pores and skin shade and alternative.

In “Mountain Revelations,” the trio explores epic traces on the steep and unforgiving terrain, in addition to bodily and emotional challenges through the harsh Alaskan winter. The difficult situations assist distinguish every particular person athlete by their respective backgrounds and attributes.

“Mountain Revelations” follows skilled snowboarders Jeremy Jones, Ryan Hudson and Rafael Pease on a 10-day journey in Alaska’s Chugach Mountain Vary.
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The TGR movie showcases their tales whereas addressing the hurdles – institutional racism, lack of entry to alternative, wealth disparity and extra – that have been overcome alongside the way in which.

“Inside these wild Alaskan Mountains, the realities and stark disparity of their respective journeys are revealed with a candidness and trustworthy reflection that makes the mountain challenges pale compared to the on a regular basis challenges that too many individuals proceed to face each day,” the movie bio says.

The worldwide tour for “Mountain Revelations” launches in late October.

Take pleasure in Teton Gravity Analysis’s “Mountain Revelations” on the Vilar Performing Arts Heart on Friday, Nov. 19.

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