Standard Film’s ‘TB20’ opens Saturday at Squaw
OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. – The time to start thinking about winter for Tahoe is right after Labor Day. The West Coast Premiere of Standard Films’ “TB20” at the Resort at Squaw Creek is Saturday, Sept. 17. “TB20” will debut in front of 10,000 snowboard enthusiasts one night earlier at Red Rocks in Colorado. More than 8,000 are expected for the producer’s hometown debut.Standard Films’ Waide Hoyt said the film has scenes from Tahoe resorts Alpine Meadows and Sierra-at-Tahoe and the backcountry from the Sierra Buttes to Ebbetts Pass.An after-party will have athlete appearances and autographs by Kevin Jones, Lonnie Kauk, Aaron Biittner with music by IJV.An institution in action sports, press materials say, Standard Films has been capturing the essence of snowboarding since 1991, beginning with the iconic “TB” series that defined a genre of filmmaking. Standard Films’ legacy of portraying the progression of snowboarding through acclaimed film continues with TB20. The newest HD film by Mike Hatchett and Travis Robb, “TB20” marks the 20th annual release from Standard Films. Following the showing of “TB20,” there will be cast and crew on site along with music by IJV. Doors open at 7:45 pm and the show starts at 9 pm. Tickets are on sale now at all Porter’s locations (Tahoe City & Truckee) and Thin Air Motorsports. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. There will be on-site beverages available with a cash bar open before, during and after event.=Additional premiere dates for Standard Films’ TB20 online at http://www.standardfilms.com, just go to the TB Tour tab for more information. The Movie Teaser for TB20 can be viewed at http://www.standardfilms.com. Standard Films has been “the soul of snowboard cinema” since 1991. Located on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe in the High Sierra mountains, Standard Films produces the highest quality snowboard films and televisions shows each winter. Beginning with the “Totally Board” films that pioneered big mountain snowboarding and changed action sports filmmaking, Standard Films continues to pave the way as the global leader in snowboard motion media.
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