Absinthe Films Sphere of Influence tour hits Colorado

23 Sep, 2009


The Absinthe Films Sphere of Influence tour has been making it’s way around the globe to give snowboarders the opportunity to see their newest film Neverland on the big screen.  Now it’s time for Colorado to get the pleasure of seeing Neverland up close and personal.  This weekend are the big premieres in Fort Collins on Thursday night, Beaver Creek on Friday night and ending with Denver on Saturday night with rider appearances at each premiere and giveaways!

I’ll be making my way down to Beaver Creek on Friday to enjoy a pre-premiere BBQ (life as a snowboard blogger has it’s perks and this is one of them, watch for twitter updates on Friday), then to the Beaver Creek premiere with friends to watch the film and end the night with the Afterparty at Loaded Joe’s in Avon.  That’s only Friday!  Then Saturday I’ll be in Denver to hit up the Absinthe premiere for a second time with friends.

Two days of premieres and all the fun involved.  I certainly hope to see you guys there, I’ll have shayboarder stickers on hand so come say hi if you see me at the premieres.

If you’ve seen Neverland, what are your thoughts on the film and favorite sections you liked?

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5 Comments

  1. Lee durfee
    September 23, 2009

    hey shay ,saw the movie last week here is seattle. my first shred flick on the big screen and I loved it. T Rices part is great. Hes funny and an amazing rider. cale Zima also had a good part. not so much for techy riding but just overall fun. and of course Brisse. the man is a tank and hes got his shit on lock. those three are the ones to watchif you ask me. after seeing them i wanted to go home strap my shit on and go have fun.and thats what we ride for right?
    friday night im going to the think thank movie. not a bad first two weeks in the northwest. i couldnt have gotten here at a better time.

  2. September 23, 2009

    Ride Snowboards Dh2.1 launch party and SixEleven premier!! October 1st at The Gothic.

  3. September 26, 2009

    Hi Shay,

    I thought Cale Zima was hilarious and I almost peed in my pants when I saw the jump over the building (can’t remember who that was)! And, of course, Travis Rice was amazing as well as the rest of the riders (I am not great with names), I especially liked that shot where both the rider and the cameraman jumped the kicker…
    But overall I was a bit disappointed by the editing. I feel they could have balanced the music and the footage better… It didn’t really give me the goose bumps if you see what I mean 🙂
    I’m looking forward to Elektro right now…

  4. lee durfee
    September 27, 2009

    Dan Brisse jumped the building gap and Bode Merril I think had the follow cam off yhejump.

  5. September 27, 2009

    Sick! Yeah I think Bode killed it and Cale’s part was a favorite for sure, just for humor. I’ll be picking up a copy this week to support the film.

    I definitely noticed the follow cam off the kickers when they did it (i think twice with two riders, bode was one and there was another one) I see that more in the ski flicks and never in the snowboard flicks for some reason.

    Definitely some of the music I liked and some others I was eh one, but that happens with every film.