Well known as one of the best paddling towns in the country, Roanoke is home to an incredibly enthusiastic outdoor community. Back Country Ski and Sport is a perfect venue for enjoying this incredible set of films in spectacular High Definition! Doors open at Thursday, January 31 from 7-10pm. Presale tickets are available for 7$ at Back Country Ski and Sport or at the door for $10.
This 5 film, 3 hour film presentation documents some of the Southeast’s most exciting rivers, their place in the community and the people who ride their waters. From the first descent of Noccalula Falls in Gadsden, Alabama, to the access issues prohibiting recreation in Virginia, these films offer a glimpse into some of the most remote places on the east coast. “I wanted these films to show how important rivers are to the community,” says film director Hunter Davis, “and at the same time leave the viewer in awe.” John Grace the executive producer of the film series anticipates, “a jaw dropping experience like no other,” and also says, “these rivers are some of our greatest, most dynamic resources that have to be seen to believed.”
From 80 foot waterfalls to stories of miraculous conservation efforts no stone is left un-turned. Combine that with all of these films are shot in our backyard promises an experience like no other! More information available at dirtysouth.amongstit.com.
With an overwhelmingly positive response from the initial screenings AMONGSTiT.TV is excited to share the experience of some of the Southeast’s best whitewater with the Roanoke Valley.
A link to trailer can be found here.
Submitted by Hunter Davis