This week’s showing of the film at the Teton Rock Gym was cancelled due to concerns regarding the coronavirus.
Director and executive producer Scilla Andreen saw that bullying among friends, families and coworkers had evolved along with technology.
Storm Show Studios, an award-winning video production company run by Jackson native Darrell Miller, has maintained an almost singular focus on one thing over the past 20 years: finding the ultimate big mountain ski line.
“Go try to be funny these days with woke culture. ... It’s hard to argue with 30 million people on Twitter. ... I’m out [of doing comedies].”
Often when a friend asks you to go on a run, it’s a manageable distance — say, 5 miles or so. But when Sawyer Thomas asked his friends to go on a run, it was a 600-mile slog through remote backcountry.
This week Banff Film Festival attendees will see places they’ve never seen before presented by filmmakers who previously wouldn’t have had the resources to create such content.
The first time we see Charlize Theron as news anchor/television personality Megyn Kelly in “Bombshell,” the suspension of disbelief is instant and complete.
With the classic “First Ascent,” Reel Rock came on the scene in a big way in 2006. In the years since the film tour has featured some of the most iconic climbing films to enter an exponentially expanding canon including, “King Lines,” “The Swiss Machine,” “Valley Uprising” and “The Dawn Wall.”
Those looking to see a movie for free will have their chance Friday and Saturday, thanks to two investors-turned-philanthropists who bought out both nights’ showings of “Just Mercy” at Movieworks Cinema 4.