Boston’s inaugural Winter Film Festival

On Saturday, October 13th, Theatre 1 at the Revere Hotel will host Boston’s inaugural winter film festival. This first time festival will honor the passion, stunning visuals and jaw-dropping feats depicted in seven of the world’s best ski and snowboard films, including the award-winning Sunny, which garnered the coveted “Best North American Film of The Year” award at the 2012 IF3 Film Festival. In addition to Sunny, the festival will also premiere a limited-seating advanced screening of Jeremy Jones’ FURTHER, a critically acclaimed Teton Gravity Research film that will officially release on November 29th 2012. Other festival highlights include a silent auction benefiting Ellen’s Heart & Soul, The Esplanade Association, and Future Boston Alliance. Guests also will receive exclusive access to a private sale event at East Coast Alpine on Tuesday, October 23rd from 7pm-9pm.

WHEN: Saturday, October 13th 2012 beginning at 1:00 pm
WHERE: Theatre 1 Boston at Revere Hotel Boston Common, 200 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116
COST: Ticket prices starting at $15.00 – Tickets can be purchased at http://bostonwinterfilmfestival.eventbrite.com/ – This is an all-ages event

Snowboard Triple Feature:
1:00pm – After Hours
2:00pm – Shaun Palmer: The Miserable Champion
2:50pm – Days of Chunder

Ski Triple Feature:
3:30pm – WE: A Collection of Individuals
5:05pm – The Eighty Six
7:20pm – Sunny

6:10pm – 2112 by Standard Films
7:20pm – Sunny by Level 1 Productions
8:45pm – Jeremy Jones’ Further by Teton Gravity Research (Exclusive showing before official Boston premiere on 11/29. Only 100 tickets available.)

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