Snowboarder’s ‘Resolution’ debuts in South Lake Tahoe
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What: Resolution: A Snowboarder Story
When: Wednesday, Nov. 2, 7 p.m.
Where: The Loft Tahoe
Prepare for the start of winter with Snowboarder Magazine’s third installment in its movie series, titled “Resolution.” The film premiers at The Loft in Heavenly Village on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
“FNCTN and The Loft Tahoe are teaming up to revive the winter film premiere scene in South Lake Tahoe this fall/winter! Gather the winter tribe and enjoy high quality international (and local) films in an intimate setting with a huge sound system and screen in The Loft Theatre,” states the Facebook event page.
“Resolution” follows Snowboarder Magazine’s films “Foreword” and “SFD,” and focuses on highlighting quality snowboarding in a variety of locations.
“Within the visual realm, ‘Resolution’ refers to the sharpness of an image. The most ubiquitous use of ‘Resolution’ is in the context of achieving one’s own ambitious goals,” states Snowboarder Magazine’s website.
Catch famous athletes such as Jamie Lynn, Jake Blauvelt, Lucas Magoon, Ben Ferguson, Louif Paradis and Harrison Gordon navigating terrain in Japan, Canada, Norway, Switzerland, Chile and more spots around the world.
“‘Resolution’ is made possible with support from Burton, Volcom, Salomon, Oakley, Ride, Dragon, Nexen Tires, Smith, Dakine, Arbor and Adidas,” states the website.
FNCTN is a production group based in South Lake Tahoe. It brings music, people and entertainment together to create a good time.
Tickets for “Resolution” are available for $10 online.
Additional information is available at http://www.thelofttahoe.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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