Attack of La Niña
WHAT: ATTACK OF LA NIÑA: THE BITCH IS BACK by Matchstick Productions
WHEN: Friday, November 11, 6:00 & 8:30pm
WHERE: CinemaCafé, 1616 St. Michael's Drive, Santa Fe, NM
TICKETS: $10 at the door
WHY: to benefit the Adaptive Ski Program
Winter is almost here and with it the Adaptive Ski Program brings you ATTACK OF LA NIÑA: THE BITCH IS BACK. Bring your friends and start your ski season off right with the newest movie from Matchstick Productions at the CinemaCafé. Come early for the 6pm show or stay up late for the 8:30pm screening. Great ski and snowboard prizes will be raffled to ticket holders at each showing. All tickets will be sold at the door for $10 each and all proceeds benefit the Adaptive Ski Program.
ATTACK OF LA NIÑA was filmed on location everywhere storms were served up in North America, including Alyeska AK, Terrace BC, Aspen CO, Whistler BC, Breckenridge CO, Mammoth Mountain CA, Stevens Pass WA, and many other world-class destinations. The cast of this incredible new movie is made up of the best skiers of our era: Sean Pettit, Bobby Brown, Mark Abma, Henrik Windstedt, Richard Permin, Gus Kenworthy, Eric Hjorleifson, Ingrid Backstrom, Russ Henshaw, Colby West, James Heim, Cody Townsend, Rory Bushfield, Callum Pettit, Jacob Wester, Alex Schlopy, and 15 year old sensation Torin Yater-Wallace.
This breathtaking film features an eclectic mix of high definition camera work and awe-inspiring footage captured using the most state of the art equipment available, including slow motion Phantom cameras, heli-mounted Cineflex rigs, and ultra high end point-of-view camera angles.
The Adaptive Ski Program thanks all of their sponsors for their help in bringing ATTACK OF LA NIÑA to Santa Fe: Alpine Sports, Kokopelli Rafting Adventures, Project 101.5, Santa Fe Brewing Company, The Santa Fe Reporter, Ski Santa Fe, SnowCode.org and Thomas Properties.
About The Adaptive Ski Program: Since 1985, the Adaptive Ski Program has offered safe and supportive alpine ski and snowboard lessons for adults and children (five years & older) with a wide array of disabilities. Lessons take place at Sandia Peak outside of Albuquerque and at Ski Santa Fe, 14 miles from the Santa Fe Plaza. Instruction is available in 2 track, 3 track, 4 track, blind, deaf, mono-ski, bi-ski & snowboarding.
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