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Defenders of Awesome (and other awesomeness) tonight at The Reunion

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September snowboard stoke continues tonight at the Fox Theater (1135 13th Street in Boulder) with the Colorado premieres of Capita's Defenders of Awesome, Role Model Productions' Cockfight!, the Givin film One, and the new team video from Boulder's Satellite Boardshop, plus an encore screening of Familia 2, from FODT & MFM, which premiered last week at Snowboard on the Rocks. Tickets for the annual event, billed as "The Reunion," are $15 (21+) or $17 (under 21).

Trailers galore, after the jump...

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