October 10, 2011
With just five days left before the world premiere, KGB Productions has released its trailer for "Wyoming Triumph," a two-year project.
Filmed entirely in Wyoming, this workingman's shred flick promises to show ski terrain from around The Equality State.
"From the cattle ranch to the backcountry, the crew will push their mental and physical limits to overcome injuries, wild weather and unforeseen circumstances in the unskied terrain of remote Wyoming," KGB says on its website. "With an entirely original score, it will be a movie of exploration, set mostly in towns where more people own an elk rifle than a pair of skis."
Sounds rad. We're in.
The movie will premiere Saturday with two showings at the Pink Garter Theater in Jackson, Wyoming.
The first showing will be at 6 p.m. and the second showing will be at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and includes the afterparty with hip hop act BlacTrac Mind. There will be Pabst Blue Ribbon and beer from Thai Me Up. Also, a raffle will take place with proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Treefight.
For more, visit www.wytriumph.com.