The ceremony is followed by a late-night screening of Light the Wick, the latest ski epic from Teton Gravity Research, at the Sundeck on top of Aspen Mountain. Tomorrows screenings at the Wheeler start at 5 p.m. and include Chris Davenports Australis: An Antarctic Ski Odyssey, Poor Boyz Productions Revolver, TransWorld Snowboardings In Color and Volcoms 9191; tickets are $10 for two films. Thats followed by an after-party at Belly Up with DJ Muggs, along with showings of Eye Tripfrom Denver-based Level 1 Productions and director Stan Evanss Say My Name. Tickets to the party are $25.
On Saturday at the Wheeler, you can catch TGRs snowboard film Deeper, Standard Films The Storming, Matchstick Productions The Way I See It and Tyler Stablefords documentary The Fall Line, about veteran Heath Calhouns journey from losing his legs in Iraq to competing at the Paralympics. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony will headline the final after-party at Belly Up, which also features screenings of Pirate Movie Productions Hooked and Forum Snowboards F It; tickets are $32. For a complete schedule, go to www.aspensnowmass.com/themeeting.
Sept. 23-25, 2010