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

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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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