Legendary People Gather For The Meeting 7

Posted By: The Ski Channel on October 6, 2011 2:02 pm

Dozens of ski and snowboard movies, industry panels and parties marked the seventh year of The Meeting, which went down this past weekend, September 29 through the first of October. The Meeting is the premier gathering of snowsports filmmakers, athletes, sponsors, media and fans each fall. We have provided you will intense updates over the last couple of weeks all leading up to this extraordinary gathering of incredible athletes and noteworthy people in the ski industry!

The event kicked off on Thursday night at the Wheeler Opera House with the NEPSA Video Awards, featuring local and regional short films. The legendary Klaus Obermeyer teamed up with Geoff Stump to make the winning film, An Extreme NEPSA featuring Rick Dixon.

NEPSA crowd soaking up the movies

The results you have been anticipating are listed as follows:

1st – Geoff Stump & Klaus Obermeyer took first for their film An Extreme NEPSA Featuring Rick Dixon – $2,000

2nd – Jacqui Edgerly, Erin Erickson, Megan Vanaznot, Lula Chapman & Rachel Moen took second for Fit for Real – $1,000

3rd – Ted Davenport took third for “Hey Look at me!…and my muppets” – $500

Matt Hobbs, Nate Berkel & Tae Westcott won the text in vote and were undoubtedly the crowd favorite for The Top 5 Secrets of Aspen – $500 Target gift card

 

Check out the video below for a sneak peek of The Meeting!

A packed house at the D&E Fashion Show and a performance by Robotic Pirate Monkey followed up the NEPSA Awards at Belly Up Aspen.

Friday began with the actual “meetings” of The Meeting, which were open to all event guests. The three panels discussed various topics including Olympic competition; a talk on sustainability lead by Aspen/Snowmass’ VP of Sustainability, Auden Schendler; and an engaging panel on creating quality content and what’s next in social media.

At night ski & snowboard movies were shown at the Wheeler Opera House, including a sold out showing of Brain Farm’s The Art of Flight. Also sold out was the annual screening of Teton Gravity Research’s newest film One for the Road and Voleurz’ That’s Fine at the Sundeck atop Aspen Mountain, followed by a bonfire.

Saturday included go carting at the Woody Creek Race Track for all of the industry guests and wrapped up with more movies at the Wheeler Opera House and the Belly Up Aspen along with a performance by Lance Herbstrong.

Auden Schendler, VP of Sustainability at Aspen Skiing Co

For at complete list of movies shown at this year’s event visit their website at www.aspensnowmass.com/themeeting.

Do all these winter films get you excited? Watch out for our the upcoming premiere of The Ski Channel’s second feature film WINTER!

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