Outdoors

Snow Porn: Poor Boyz Productions brings The Grand Bizarre to Boulder Theater

Poor Boyz Productions' 2011 ski epic The Grand Bizarre got its Colorado premiere over the weekend in Aspen at The Meeting ski and snowboard film festival; it comes to the Boulder Theater, 2032 14th Street, tonight at 7 p.m. with featured skiers Bobby Brown, Nick Martini, Simon Dumont, Matt Walker and others in tow. Brown is a Breckenridge local (Breck and Keystone are among the film's locales), and broke out a triple-cork 1440 in April at the Red Bull Training Camp in Squaw Valley, California, to help make The Grand Bizarre one of the most hotly anticipated ski-porn flicks of the year.

Tickets are $20 at the door and also include tonight's screening of The Ordinary Skier, Oakley's ode to Summit County local extraordinaire Seth Morrison. Trailers after the jump...

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Colin Bane
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