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TGR Announces This Year’s Film – Session


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Backcountry Skiing News

Jackson Hole, WY (July 16, 2009) — WildSnow.com just got the word from Teton Gravity Research about the release of their new ski and snowboard film Re: Session, which premiers at the Walk Festival Hall in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on September 19th, 2009. The Re: Session trailer is live on TetonGravity.com. Pre-order a copy of the film and view the trailer.

“This season was one of the best we have had to date. The riders continue to blow us away with their progression. In the fifteen years we have been documenting the sport, this year brings the highest level we have ever seen.” says TGR’s Todd Jones. Knowing what TGR delivers every year, we here at WildSnow have no doubt this will be a blast. From the looks of the trailer, they might even be continuing the trend of modern ski films having more narration, but we’re certain the skin bouncing soundtrack music will also make the usual grand entrance.

TGR says Session takes viewers beyond the traditional ski and snowboard movie into a revolutionary realm of action sports entertainment. Shot on both film and RED ONE high definition camera technology, Re: Session documents the true wealth of the mountain experience. Follow the crew as they score in one of Alagna, Italy’s deepest seasons on record. Check out forbidden powder in Poland, massive wedges in Colorado, new gap jumps in Utah and seven weeks of epic riding conditions in Alaska. Re: Session brings the most talented athletes in the sport together in one must-see film. Here in the dog days of summer, after watering the lawn, this sounds very very good…

All-star roster includes:
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Seth Morrison, Tanner Hall ,Jeremy Jones, Kye Petersen, Ian McIntosh, Dana Flahr, Dylan Hood, Erik Roner, Wiley Miller, and Dash Longe, Tanner Hall, Sammy Carlson and Callum Pettit, Cody Townsend, Rachel Burkes Todd Ligare, Shroder Baker and friends.

Shot on location in: Jackson Hole WY, Alagna Italy, Last Frontier Heli-Skiing, Poland, Slovakia, Haines AK, North Cascade Heli-Skiing, Colorado, Stevens Pass WA, Utah, Montana, and Pemberton B.C.

Comments

One Response to “TGR Announces This Year’s Film – Session”

  1. Kyle July 18th, 2009 6:32 pm

    I love TGR’s movies. I wish I could make it to Jackson to see the premier… oh well. The trailer looks sick and I am sure the movie is just as good!

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