TGR’s Lost and Found - Salt Lake City ShowtimesFeedTheHabit.com proudly presents the 2007 Salt Lake City premiere’s of TGR’s Lost and Found ski and snowboard film. We’ve been promoting the TGR films for a long time and this year looks to be one of the best to date. As usual, we will be the exclusive location for discount online advance ticket sales, so sit back, check out the trailer and whip out your credit card for your desired showing of TGR’s Lost and Found.

Filmed almost entirely in North America, Lost and Found is a testament to the awesome terrain and snow we get in the Western US and Canada. As usual, they make their obligatory stop here in the Wasatch Mountains, so get ready to see some stoke from our own backyard. Shot entirely on 16mm and HiDef, Lost and Found is the story of the extraordinary season of 2007 as seen through the eyes of world-class skiers and snowboarders.

DATELOCATIONTICKETS
Sep. 28 – 8:00 pmHarry O’s SuperShow – Park City
Oct. 8 – 7:30 pmUVSC Regan Theater – Orem
Oct. 22 – 7:30 pmUSU Taggart Auditorium – Logan
Oct. 23 – 7:30 pmJim Santy Theater @ PC Library – Park City
Oct. 24 – 7:30 pmU of U Behavioral Science Auditorium – SLC$7 / $9
Oct. 25 – 7:00 pmWSU Shepherd Union Bldg. Wildcat Theater – Ogden #1 $7 / $9
Oct. 25 – 9:00 pmWSU Shepherd Union Bldg. Wildcat Theater – Ogden #2$7 / $9
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The Word on Lost and Found from TGR

With global drought persisting and ski resorts closing around the globe, athletes are forced to follow the snow, sending them deep into the uncharted north country of Alaska and Canada. Filmed almost entirely in North America, LOST AND FOUND is a testament to the terrain and conditions that only exist in the Western Hemisphere. This film will take you into the vast, unexplored Tordrillo Range of Alaska, proving that some of the best big mountain skiing in the world is still completely undiscovered.

Athletes take advantage of the bountiful winter in BC, hit disturbing park features in Aspen and rip over-the-head powder pillows at Skeena Heli Skiing. Jeremy Jones and Sage Cattabriga-Alosa revel in the record snow year in Alaska, finding the scariest spine lines ever captured on film. The winter of 2007 was feast or famine; LOST AND FOUND documents the feast.

Believe it or not, this year’s film will feature the skiing of Seth Morrison, who has been featured on every MSP film to date. Nice to see the man jumping ship to go with the crew at TGR. Other athletes featured in this year’s film include: Lynsey Dyer, Eric Themel, Gigi Ruf, Alex Schlopy, Cody Barnhill, Dylan Hood, Schroder Baker, Mark Carter, Kye Petersen, Victoria Jealouse, Chris Collins, Dana Flahr, Erik Roner, Jeremy Nobis, Dash Longe, Candide Thobex, Ian McIntosh, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Jeremy Jones.

About Author

A Seattle native, Jason developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded this site in 1999 --sharing his love of road biking, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.

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