Sierra Cinemas presents Teton Gravity Research’s “Rogue Elements” |

Sierra Cinemas presents Teton Gravity Research’s “Rogue Elements”

Sierra Cinemas continues on Saturday, Jan. 27, with a showing of Teton Gravity Research's "Rogue Elements."
Provided / Nic Alegre |

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What: Sierra Cinemas: “Rogue Elements”

When: Saturday, Jan. 27, 5 p.m.

Where: Lake Tahoe AleWorX

Tickets: Free


Sierra Cinemas — the weekly film-focused collaboration between Lake Tahoe AleWorX, FNCTN and Sierra-at-Tahoe — returns with its next installment: Teton Gravity Research’s “Rogue Elements.”

“Since the dawn of time, everything that has lived and breathed on this planet has been subject to the whims of Mother Nature. The nature of an adventurer is inherently rogue; typically wild in character, subject to the fancy of their imagination.

“We are unequivocally drawn to nature’s rawest fury and deepest mysteries. These are the irreverent souls who pursue the edge,” states Teton Gravity Research’s online description of “Rogue Elements.”

The film will screen on Saturday, Jan. 27, and stars athletes including Angel Collinson, Griffin Post, Jeremy Jones, Nick McNutt and many more, in locations including Bolivia, France, British Columbia and California (among others).

“In the winter of 2017, the magnitude of winter’s force was on full display. Telephone-pole-snapping storms pounded the Wyoming landscape. Regions to the west, recently left arid and forgotten, were gifted with unprecedented accumulation,” continues the “Rogue Elements” description.

“Join the TGR team as they embark on an adventure filled with fury and glory, and witness the unimaginable.”

The event is free to attend and suitable for the entire family. It begins at 5 p.m. on the patio adjacent to Lake Tahoe AleWorX. Bring blankets, chairs and other supplies to stay warm and comfortable — the movie is shown outdoors!

Learn more online at The venue is located at 2050 Lake Tahoe Blvd.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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