The Meeting movies announced
For 11 consecutive years, The Meeting has been a mark of the approaching winter season for snowsports enthusiasts, filmmakers, athletes, industry insiders, media and fans. This year, The Meeting 11 will take place Oct. 1 through 3, with the main theater located in Wagner Park. The weekend will deliver a packed schedule with the latest ski and snowboard films, a conference of panels and speakers, networking and live music at Belly Up Aspen.
The Meeting has evolved into a snow sports industry staple, highlighted with an influential conference for snow- and action-sports brands that brings together filmmakers, media, resorts and others. Tickets for films will be available through the Wheeler Opera box office at http://www.aspenshow tix.com on Sept 11. Registration for The Meeting weekend package starts at $349 per person, which includes all panels, movies, activities, music and parties. Visit http://www.aspensnowmass.com/themeeting for the complete film and event schedule.
This year’s confirmed feature films include:
A Film by Clayton Villa — “For Lack of Better”
Level 1 — “Small World”
Superproof — “Masquerade”
Teton Gravity Research — “Paradise Waits”
Transworld Snowboarding — “Origins”
Will Film for Food — “Seasoned”
32 Boots — “2032”
Additional films will be announced soon.
The conference portion of The Meeting 11 is powered by Group Y, an action-sports collective of individuals focused on uniting industries and igniting ideas. The conference takes place Oct. 2 and will focus on all aspects of content with discussions focused on delivering marketing value, effectively using social platforms, fostering an audience and generating return on investment. There will be multiple panel discussions, group idea sessions and a moderated conversation with Daniel Houghton, CEO of Lonely Planet. Panelists and specific discussion topics will be announced soon.
Individual tickets to movies in Wagner Park will be on sale through the Wheeler box office beginning Friday or online at http://www.aspenshowtix.com.
Registration for The Meeting 11 is now live at http://www.aspensnowmass.com/events-and-activities/events/the-meeting.
Event pass registration is $349 before Sept. 23, $399 after Sept. 23 and additional associates from a company attending can receive discounted pricing at $249 before Sept. 23 and $299 after Sept. 23.
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