Triple Threat Film Festival debuts at Homewood Mountain Resort |

Triple Threat Film Festival debuts at Homewood Mountain Resort

Homewood Mountain Resort holds its first-ever Triple Threat Adventure Film Festival from Friday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Oct. 2.
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What: Homewood Triple Threat Adventure Film Festival

When: Friday through Sunday, Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 7 p.m.

Where: Homewood Mountain Resort

Tickets: $20-$25


The first-ever Triple Threat Adventure Film Festival held at Homewood Mountain Resort features three nights of rock, dirt and snow thrills. The fun begins on Friday, Sept. 30, and lasts through Sunday, Oct. 2. Three films will be shown on the resort’s 27-foot outdoor air screen at the North Lodge.

“Kicking off the event on Friday, Sept. 30, we will host Reel Rock Film Tour 11, showcasing rock climbing features and shorts that encompass some of the sport’s biggest stories, athletes, worldly explorations, first ascents and more,” states the Homewood Mountain Resort website.

Night two is filled with mountain bike movies by Anthill Farms, including “Strength in Numbers,” “NotBad” and “Not2Bad.”

The festival concludes with a night focused on winter sports, preparing attendees for the upcoming season.

“For night three on Sunday, Oct. 2, come by and get stoked for winter by starting the evening with a showing of Level 1’s new film ‘Pleasure.’ Shot on location around the world, Level 1’s film encompasses the simple joys that are found in skiing,” according to the site.

Each night will feature a raffle, from which proceeds will be donated to a local nonprofit.

“Come out and celebrate the adventurous spirit of Tahoe and the sports we love while supporting the groups who make them possible!” states the site.

Each film begins at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Advance tickets are available for $20, and grant guests access to all three nights of films. When purchased at the door, all-access tickets are $25.

Homewood Mountain Resort is located at 5145 West Lake Boulevard in Homewood.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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