The Season’s Most Anticipated Snowboard Film Storms the Northwest October 10th and 11th
Pro Snowboarder Travis Rice Pioneers New Tricks and Technology In “That’s It, That’s All.”

Jackson, WY (September 30, 2008) – “That’s It. That’s All,” the groundbreaking snowboard film produced by Brain Farm arrives at the Roseway Theater in Portland on Friday, October 10th and King Cat Theater in Seattle on Saturday, October 11th. Travis Rice invites the northwest to join in the epic ride, as he and a dream team crew set out to find the new zones, tricks and a whole new perspective on snowboarding.

“’That’s It, That’s All.’ is epic snowboarding meets Planet Earth,” explains Curt Morgan, President of Brain Farm. “The film is a visually stimulating piece of work that pulls in a wider audience by encompassing the most progressive riding in the world with unbelievable travel and nature footage.”

In an attempt to push the progression of action sports films, “That’s It, That’s All.” raises the bar on both the level of athleticism and quality of production. For two years, producers Rice and Morgan traveled the world in search of conditions that capture the essence of snowboarding. This quest took the riders to New Zealand, Japan, Germany, Canada, Valdez, AK, Jackson Hole, WY and Mammoth, CA. Using the features found in these locations, Rice began inventing new tricks including the first landing of a double backside rodeo 1080 (spinning three times, while going through 2 inversions).

“We put everything we humanly could into the production of this film,” said Travis Rice, pro Snowboarder and Co-Owner of Brain Farm. “Quiksilver and Red Bull stepped up to help us match top caliber riding with the highest possible production quality. Our hope is to showcase snowboarding in a whole new light.”

What:
Premiere of snowboarding’s most anticipated new film, “That’s It, That’s All.” Starring pro snowboarder Travis Rice and northwest locals Mark Landvik and Danny Kass.

When:
In Portland, Friday, October 10th
Shows at 6:30 and 8:30

In Seattle, Saturday, October 11th
Doors at 7:00PM/Film at 8:00PM

Where:
Roseway Theater
7229 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland

King Cat Theater
2130 6th Ave., downtown Seattle

Tickets:
$10. Portland tickets – Available at the Roseway Theater box office.

Seattle tickets – Available at Quiksilver Store, SnoCon, Evo and brownpapertickets.com.