Boulder: Reel Rock Film Tour Premiere: Sept 15th

Via elephant journal
on Sep 7, 2011
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The REEL ROCK Film Tour World Premiere is next Thursday Sept. 15th at 6pm & 8:30pm at the Boulder Theater!

Join the REEL ROCK filmmakers as they present six new cutting edge films featuring some of the world’s most talented athletes.

Click here to view the trailer:

Tickets are $15 from The Spot, Boulder Rock Club, Movement and Neptune Mountaineering in advance, and $20.75 at the Boulder Theater–so be sure to get those tickets in advance!

Also, check out the REEL ROCK website and vote for your favorite amateur film! The last day to vote is Sept 10th and the winner will be announced at the premiere on Sept 15th!


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One Response to “Boulder: Reel Rock Film Tour Premiere: Sept 15th”

  1. Kati Ziencina says:

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