Next Friday, September 28th, Mountain High will premiere their new movie Los Angeles along with Think Thank’s Mind The Video Man at the Downtown Independent Theater in LA. If you’re around, you should check it out. —
Mountain High Set To Premiere New Movie Los Angeles
Each movie goer to receive a FREE Mountain High lift ticket at the door.
Mountain High Resort is proud to announce the premiere of their first ever full-length snowboard movie titled, Los Angeles. This special engagement will take place on Friday September 28, 2012 at the Downtown Independent Theater in Los Angeles with Think Thank’s Mind The Video Man. There will be two showings at 8 and 10 p.m. and movie goers are encouraged to buy tickets ahead of time online at downtownindependent.com as a sell out is expected. Tickets are just $10 if purchased by September 23, 2012 ($15 after) and each movie goer will receive a FREE Mountain High lift ticket at the door.
Mountain High – Los Angeles
If you live in the greater Los Angeles area whether that be in Venice, Malibu, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Downtown, East LA or anywhere around and in between, then Mountain High is in your backyard and it’s just a short drive to find the snow. This movie follows the new Mountain High pro team on a trip to mountain and an insanely fun season of snowboarding with wild times and proper tricks going down in what is one of the best terrain parks in the nation. Mountain High’s first feature film is directed by, Matt Devino, produced by, Brad Farmer and stars, Cory Cronk, Kyle Lopiccolo, Spencer Link, Harrison Gordon, Trever Haas, Nick Visconti, Ryan Paul, Marc Frank Montoya and all of their friends such as Trevor Jacob, Scott Blum, Jussi Oksanen, Ian Thorley, Mitch Richmond, Ian Sams, Jager Bailey and Yale Cousino just to name a few.
“Mind The Video Man” explores progressive freestyle snowboarding with those in the vanguard and those about to make their mark, while asking the question, “What’s happening with the snowboard video, where is it going next and how will that impact our culture.” Follow the video man and his crew as they push the limits of possibility and progression through creativity in an attempt to create something of meaning that will stand the new media onslaught and the test of time. Mind the video, man. Think Thank’s 9th snowboard movie features Jesse Burtner, Scott Stevens, Ryan Paul, Ted Borland, Sean Black, Brandon Reis, Brandon Hammid, Nial Romanek, Chris Beresford, Sam Hulbert, Jaeger Bailey, Kyle Lopiccolo, Curtis Woodman and Many More…