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Standard Films drops first trailer for Snowboard On The Rocks headliner TB:20

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The world premiere of TB:20 -- the 20th anniversary edition of Standard Films' Totally Board series -- will be on Friday, September 16 at Red Rocks Amphitheater, where it's the headlining film at the 2nd annual Snowboard On The Rocks film and music festival. Standard released the first full trailer for the film over the weekend, and it's a doozy:

STANDARD FILMS TB20 OFFICIAL TEASER from Standard Films on Vimeo.

If you want to see a crowd at Red Rocks erupt with local pride, wait until the segment filmed at Colorado's Silverton Mountain, where the new Silverton Guides heli operation takes pride of place on a list of world-class TB:20 destinations.

The film stars Halldor Helgason, Sammy Luebke, Blair Habenicht, Mark Carter, Xavier De Le Rue, Kimmy Fasani, Ryan Tiene, Torstein Horgmo, Lonnie Kauk, Raewyn Reid, Gulli Gudmundsson, Gjermund Braaten, Mathieu Crepel, Leanne Pelosi, Kevin Jones, Eiki Helgason, Mads Jonsson, and Aaron Biittner, and it's going to be a banger.

Get your Snowboard On the Rocks tickets here for $25 (plus a bunch of Ticketmaster fees), or buy them for face value in person at TS Board Shop, Blindside Board Shop or the box offices at the Ogden Theatre or Bluebird Theater.

For more on Snowboard On The Rocks check out our previous interview with co-founder Pat Milbery. And, for good measure, here's the trailer for Marc Frank Montyoa's Familia 2, another film on the bill:


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