Even The Strongest Blizzards Begin With A Single Snowflake.
WHAT: FADE TO WINTER by Matchstick Productions
WHEN: Thursday, November 5, 6:30 & 8:00pm
WHERE: Jean Cocteau Cinema, 418 Montezuma, Santa Fe, NM
TICKETS: $10 at the door
WHY: to benefit the Adaptive Sports Program
The weather is turning colder, the leaves are falling and it's time to get excited for the ski season. Join the Adaptive Sports Program for the newest film from Matchstick Productions FADE TO WINTER. Bring your friends and support the Adaptive Sports Program at the Jean Cocteau Cinema. Come early for the 6:30pm show or stay up late for the 8:00pm screening. Great ski and snowboard prizes will be raffled to lucky ticket holders at both shows. Tickets will be sold at the Jean Cocteau Box Office for $10 each and proceeds benefit the Adaptive Sports Program.
Times change, just as each season gives way to the next. For passionate skiers around the globe, however, the time of year can never undermine the enthusiasm for their next great day on snow. Regardless of weather, conditions, or the effort required to get there, “a bad day of skiing still beats a good day at work.” As summer eases into fall and fall eventually fades to winter, dreams of skiing occupy our minds and we focus all of our energy on returning to the mountains.
MSP Films, the production powerhouse behind MCCONKEY and DAYS OF MY YOUTH, is proud to present FADE TO WINTER. Featuring jaw-dropping action from Alaska, Iceland, British Columbia, Japan, Colorado, Italy, and New England, this film captures the spirit of nine skiers who go to great lengths for the sport that they love. Starring Markus Eder, Bobby Brown, Michelle Parker, Mark Abma, Tanner Rainville, Aaron Blunck, James Heim, Sean Jordan, PK Hunder, and others.
The Adaptive Sports Program thanks all of their sponsors for their help in bringing FADE TO WINTER to Santa Fe: Kokopelli Rafting Adventures, Santa Fe Brewing Company, Ski Santa Fe and SnowCode.org.
Since 1985, the Adaptive Sports Program has offered safe and supportive alpine ski and snowboard lessons for adults and children (five years & older) with a wide array of disabilities. Winter snow sports lessons take place at Sandia Peak, Ski Santa Fe, and Pajarito ski areas. Instruction is available in 2 track, 3 track, 4 track, blind, deaf, mono-ski, bi-ski & snowboarding. Visit the Adaptive Sports Program website at AdaptiveSportsProgram.org.
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