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April 1997, Week 5


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Hong-Sik Yu <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 30 Apr 1997 12:56:24 CDT
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You can not fight gravity...
     but you can film it!
The Gravity Sports Film Festival September 11-14, 1997, Boulder,
Annoucing the 1997 Inaugrral GRAVITY Sports Film Fsestival, presented
by FILA Outdoor and producted by Gravity Magazine. The Gravity Sports
Film Festival will feature four adrenaline-packed days of films and
videos that celebrate the human struggle to overcome and harness the
Earth's most ubiquitous force: gravity. Maybe your film will be among
those shown! the film festival will showcase work by gravity sports'
most adventuresome amateur and professional videographers and
cinematographers, and cash prizes will be awarded to the films voted
best in each of six categories:
AIR: paragliding, leaping, BASE jumping, flying, hang gliding...
WATER: surfing(body or board), free diving, kayaking, paddling...
SNOW: skiing, snowboarding, sliding.
URBAN: inline skating, street luge, BMX, skateboarding...
VERTICAL PLANE: climbing, ice climbing, moutaineering.....
ROCK&TRAIL: mountain biking, trail skating, adventure climbing...
If you or someone you know is interested in filming an epic struggle
with gravity, obtain an entry form form the film dpartment office, or
Peter Downing
Gravity Sports FIlm Festival
2025 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO80302
(TEL) 303.440.5111 or (FAX)303.440.3313
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