New York premiere of Swift. Silent. Deep. on Friday, October 30

Posted By: Zeke Piestrup on October 23, 2009 3:37 pm

A massive dose of hardcore ski culture will descend upon the New York City on Friday, October 30.  It’s the Big Apple premiere of Swift. Silent. Deep., the first historical documentary about hardcore ski culture in the U.S.  Or as the King of TGR, Todd Jones, describes the movie, “This is the Dog Town and Z Boys of Skiing.”  Amen to that.

Applicable details:

-Friday, October 30th
-Screenings at 7:30 and 9:30pm
-School of Visual Arts Theatre
-333 West 23rd St. (btwn 8th & 9th Aves.)
-$10 General Admission – Box opens at 7pm
-For more info about the movie visit:

Special between screening events:

-Movie introduction by “Sick Rick” Armstrong
-Chance to win a trip to Jackson
-Raffle of a pair of Salomon Skis
-Raffle of a set of Salomon Bindings
-Cloudveil Clothing Give Aways
-Smith Optics Give Aways
-EMS Gift Cards

Folks waxing poetic about Swift. Silent. Deep.:

“Pure Soul…a story about hardcores for hardcores.” – Seth Morrison, professional skier

“This is the Dog Town and Z Boys of Skiing,”– Todd Jones, Teton Gravity Research

“The human element is the ultimate draw… The history contained is priceless.” – Dave Reddick, Powder Magazine

“Swift.Silent.Deep. is the embodiment of why we al ski… A must see film of the year.” – CR Johnson, Professional Skier

“The story of the Jackson Hole Air Force is one of the best stories in skiing.” – Steve Casimiro, National Geographic Adventure

“This film should be on the shelves of every ski household in America.” – Danny Grant, Senior Vice President, VAS Entertainment

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