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Seattle — By Mary Jo Manzanares on September 14, 2009 at 9:21 am

Snowboarding Excitement in Neverland

Poster for Neverland If fall is just around the corner, can winter snow be far behind?  Snow enthusiasts are always looking forward to those flakes of white, but even if you’re not ready to throw in the towel on summer, you can start to get into a winter-sports state of mind with the a new film from Absinthe Films, Neverland.

Here’s what they have to say about the film:

Neverland is a state of mind, a mountain pushed up from the ground by imagination. Anyone can go but most people have trouble with the simple directions: Follow your dreams. This winter Absinthe dropped down the rabbit hole to explore this elusive place and brought back some mind bending tales and a pocketful of surprises.

Enjoy beautiful winter scenery and the thrill of extreme skateboarding, as some of the best in the business thrill you with their exploits.  Take at the trailer for Neverland and see if it gets you in the boarding mood.

You can catch the movie as part of the Sphere of Influence Tour.  In addition to the movie, the tour is also promoting environmental issues and responsibility.  $2 from every ticket sold will go to support non-profit social and environmental organization.  Locally that will be Washington Bus and Protect our Winters.  Movie-goers are asked to do their part to reduce our carbon foot print by using alternate transportation to the movie screening.  Please walk, bike, skate, take the bus or train.  If you must drive, please carpool.

Location:  Egyptian Theater, 801 East Pine (map)

Date & Time:  Thursday, September 17th, 2009.  Doors open at 9 pm, show starts at 9:30 pm.

Tickets:  $10.  Available at Snowboard Connection, 263 Yale Avenue North (map) and Evo, 122 NW 36th Street (map).  Tickets are also available online.

Image credit:  courtesy of Absinthe Films

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Tags: Egyptian Theater, Events, movies, People - Interesting Local People, snow, snowboarding, Sports & Recreation, winter sports

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