SAF & Black Tie Ski Rentals: Teton Gravity Research's "Magic Hours," 12/8!

Telluride’s Sheridan Arts Foundation (SAF) and Black Tie Ski Rentals present Teton Gravity Research (TGR)’s 27th feature film,” Magic Hour,” at the historic Sheridan Opera House on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.; Doors 30 minutes prior.

Scroll down for a preview of the show.

Tickets are $15 at both screenings, with a special $10 kid’s price for ages 18 and under at the 5:30 p.m. screening only. Tickets are available online at www.sheridanoperahouse.com and 970.728.6363 ext. 4. until an hour before the show, then at box office when doors open 30 minutes prior.

One raffle ticket is included with each purchase, with additional raffle tickets available for $5 each or 5/$20. Raffle ticket proceeds are divided between the Sheridan Arts Foundation and Protect Our Winters.

Co-sponsor Black Tie Skis will give away a pair of skis at both screenings plus a bunch of other schwag. Black Tie general manager Sam McNichols shares:

“We look forward to sponsoring Teton Gravity Research, the premier ski and snowboard film company, every winter. It’s been at least eight years that we’ve been partnering with the Sheridan Opera House, a partnership we love, and the night marks a kickoff to our season. We hope the town turns out to get excited for ski season!”

Go here and here for more on the Sheridan Arts Foundation and Sheridan Opera House.

Teton Gravity Research is the global leader in action and adventure lifestyle media and “Magic Hour” is no exception. The film documents some of the most iconic skiers and snowboarders around the world. From North America to New Zealand, the team captures awe-inspiring cinematography, groundbreaking action, and mesmerizing landscapes on this global adventure.

“’Magic Hour’ isn’t a particular time of day so much as it is these magical moments that we all experience on any given day, playing in some of the wildest places on the planet,” said Todd Jones, co-director of the film and co-founder of TGR.

Filmed on location in 2022 in the most epic places across North America, “Magic Hour” takes viewers from Jackson Hole, the Chugach and Coast Mountain ranges in Alaska, to the Selkirk, Purcell, Valhalla, and Kootenay ranges in British Columbia, and Montana.

“Magic Hour”’s star-studded cast will include some of the biggest names in the industry, among them” Kai Jones, Nick McNutt, Michelle Parker, Jeremy Jones, Tim Durtschi, Parkin Costain, Amy Jane David, Bode Merrill, plus a few more familiar friends.

The crew of skiers and riders will take you on a journey through next-level terrain in some of the most jaw-dropping spots on the planet just as the sun rises and sets.

The full list of athletes is available at https://tour.tetongravity.com/.

Teton Gravity Research is regarded as one of the premier outdoor action, adventure, and exploration brands in the world. Known for original, custom and branded content, retail experiences and worldwide events, TGR’s best in class storytelling has captivated audiences for 27 years.

With 50+ award-winning films, numerous television series, and national commercial spots, TGR delivers a global, multi-channel footprint.

Teton Gravity Research is one of the fastest-growing outdoor media and lifestyle brands with a thriving millennial audience, award-winning multimedia film projects, a rapidly growing experiential platform and unprecedented viral content.

TGR is a proud member of the Surfrider Foundation, 1% For The Planet, BICEP, IMBA, and Protect Our Winters.

For more information on TGR, visit TetonGravity.com.

The Sheridan Arts Foundation was founded in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to preserve the historic Sheridan Opera House as an arts and cultural resource for the Telluride community, to bring quality arts and cultural events to Telluride and to provide local and national youth with access and exposure to the arts through education. The Sheridan Arts Foundation is sponsored in part by grants from the CCAASE, Colorado Creative Industries, the Telluride Foundation, the Johnson Family Foundation and an American Rescue Plan Act grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support general operating expenses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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