snowboard films

Roxy Refeshments: Silverton, Colorado

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In this latest installment of the Roxy Refreshments follow Robin Van Gyn, Erin Comstock, Raewyn Reid and friends deep into the mountains of Silverton, Colorado. If you have an adventurous spirit and enjoy snowy getaways, add Silverton, Colorado to your list of must tries, and if not, just watch this video and see what you're missing.

Roxy Refreshments: DC Mountain Lab

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In case you haven’t heard the news, the days of the infamous DC Mountain Lab are over.  So in honor of the end of an era, this weeks Roxy Refreshment pays homage to the Lab.  See the likes of Erin Comstock, Reawyn Reid and Heikki Sorsa gets their kicks before the iron gates are closed forever.

Vice Kicks Off Powder & Rails Season 3 with Terry Kidwell

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The 3rd season of Powder & Rails has kicked off with a 2 part episode on Terry Kidwell, one of the pioneers of snowboarding. It's got interviews with Kidwell and many of the people involved in the Tahoe City Halfpipe where, arguably, freestyle snowboarding got its start. Take a few minutes to learn about the roots of snowboarding and the man considered the "Godfather of Freestyle".

NYC Snow Film Festival Announces Program

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[[wysiwyg_imageupload:120:]]Snow Film Fest NYC has announced the lineup for their first Film Festival. The films will screen November 19 & 20, 2010 at Tribeca Cinemas in Lower Manhattan. Tickets will be go on sale November 5.

Snow Film Fest NYC will have a range of snowboard and ski films from your standard shred flicks to documentaries and biographies.

“I can’t believe the support we’ve received from the snow filmmaker community and how the industry has embraced our vision,” says Founder Morgan Rae Berk. “We are stoked to be able to collect and showcase all of these talented filmmakers in one weekend to create a true celebration of the ski and snowboarding film-making craft, the athletes that ride, and the mountain communities that support them.”