‘ALL.I.CAN.’ Sherpas Cinema’s snow sports film to show in Tahoe
October 24, 2011
TAHOE, Calif. – Alpenglow Sports and Village Ski Loft have partnered with Sherpas Cinemas and High Altitude Fitness to show the popular “ALL.I.CAN.” ski film Nov. 10, 7 p.m. at High Altitude Fitness, 880 Northwood Blvd., Incline Village, Nev.
Get motivated for powder and increased environmental awareness. Enter the raffle for world-class prizes: Kootenay Sampler in Nelson, BC, three days of Snowwater Heli, two days of Valhalla PowderCats; The North Face Soft Goods Package for two or a one-year supply of Clif Bars and a Black Diamond Ski Package for two. The raffle is free with entry. Purchase $10 admission tickets, at Alpenglow Sports, 415 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City; Village Ski Loft, 800 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village, Nev. and brownpapertickets.com. All proceeds go to Winter Wildlands Alliance, a national nonprofit organization promoting and preserving winter wildlands and human-powered snowsports experience on public lands. Twin Peaks Catering will serve $5 dinner plates. Arrive early for rock climbing and good seats. Please call 530-583-6917 with questions.
Sherpas Cinema’s groundbreaking film team’s newest film. “All.I.Can.” covers two years, five countries and more than 15 skiers. Join Sherpas Cinema for spectacular cinematography, passion for skiing and motivation for green initiatives.
Sherpas Cinema is an established entity in the North American ski-film industry, set apart through unbridled creativity, artistic flare and motives of environmental and educational consciousness.
The film emphasizes ‘ALL’ that has impacted the world in a natural and anthropogenic sense, what ‘I’ndividuals in mountain cultures have recognized to be issues and what changes we ‘CAN’ strive to implement.
Featuring ground-breaking skiing from Chile to Greenland, mind-blowing scenery, “All.I.Can” offers a fresh perspective and appreciation for what we have and what we may lose.
“All.I.Can.” has a 64-stop worldwide tour which strives to unite global mountain culture as the leaders of a revolution. Sherpas Cinema aims to inspire viewers to do all they can for the environment.
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