This might just be the best idea ever. Are you bored with the prospect of merely watching two of the best ski films of the year? Of course you are. So in order to liven up your premiere-going experience, the organizers of the third annual Red Dawn Film Fiesta at Cal Neva Resort (Crystal Bay, across from the Biltmore) have arranged for nothing less than a Competitive Eating contest and a nunchuck battle to provoke your stoke - not to mention performances from the Guerilla Spiderz B-Boy Posse and DJ Wolf Hell. Are you still complaining? Do you hate bands that replace the letter "S" with a "Z"? Shut up and watch a ski movie.On a side note, there's a lot of money to be made in competitive eating, so you'd better start training. Take a look at the website for the International Federation of Competitive Eating (IFOCE) for more info. No, we're not making this up.
Strangers. is a short experimental ski film from The A6ENCY. It documents a small tight knit group of skiers from Ontario, who are strongly passionate about unique and alternative approaches to freeskiing