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Heavenly Village Film Series continues with ‘Tracing Skylines’

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“Tracing Skylines” screens at Heavenly Village Cinemas as part of the all-new Heavenly Village Film Series on Friday, Feb. 23.
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What: “Tracing Skylines”

When: Friday, Feb. 23, 9:30 p.m.

Where: Heavenly Village Cinemas

Tickets: $10

Info: http://www.theshopsatheavenly.com

Find inspiration for your next skiing adventure in Red Bull Media House’s “Tracing Skylines,” which screens at Heavenly Village Cinemas as part of the all-new Heavenly Village Film Series on Friday, Feb. 23.

“Every skier knows what it’s like to call a few friends, pack up, and head out for a trip. Rather than spend another winter chasing storms, five of the top pros and their closest pals embark on their own interpretations of a trip of a lifetime, taking them deep into new and uncharted territory,” states Red Bull Media House’s description of the film.

“Tracing Skylines” displays the talents of Sean Pettit, Seth Morrison, Karl Fostvedt, Julien Regnier and Bobby Brown in a variety of locations ranging from British Columbia to France and even Detroit.

“Sean Pettit ventures further in his home turf of British Columbia. Watch as he trades the comfy cat lodge for a glacier camp — finding unexpected sources of fun in the backcountry,” continues the film description.

“Pep Fujas pinpoints a remote AK lighthouse to use as a home base, where he launches a heli expedition and finds fresh terrain to attack.”

But that’s not all: “Finally, Bobby Brown brings the crew back together for a spring session to wrap a season that won’t be soon forgotten,” states the description.

Get a taste of adventure with “Tracing Skylines,” which begins at 9:30 p.m. All ages are invited to the event, which costs a $10 charitable donation to attend.

Heavenly Village Cinemas is located at 1021 Heavenly Village Way.

Learn more about the film series at http://www.theshopsatheavenly.com, and about “Tracing Skylines” at http://www.redbullmediahouse.com.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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