Teton Gravity Research Announces 21st Anniversary Ski and Snowboard Film, Tight Loose
JACKSON, Wyo. (July 26, 2016) Teton Gravity Research (TGR), the global leader in youth-culture media, is pleased to announce the release and global tour of its film, Tight Loose, a project that marks the media house’s twenty-first year in business. The film will premiere September 17 at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, WY.
Come experience Tight Loose to join the celebration of TGR's 21st Birthday. The tighter your show, the looser you can be. During 21 years of traveling the globe and pushing the boundaries of what is possible, TGR has experienced the full spectrum of adventure. The process has been a constant evolution of refining a lifestyle—keeping things buttoned up on the front end in order to seize the moment when things get to the edge of control.
TGR’s latest film, Tight Loose, is the media leader’s highest achievement to date. From India to Alaska, discover unridden spine walls, massive airs and full-throttle riding in some of the wildest and most spectacular places on earth. Witness 21 years of TGR athletes as they reunite for a throw-down on a massive group shred of the Palisades at Squaw Valley. Tight Loose is living to the fullest.
“Tight Loose marks the beginning of a production year involving some of the most significant undertakings in our history,” says TGR’s CEO, Todd Jones. “This movie is not just a huge celebration for us, but is shaping up the beginning of a year for the record books. Twenty was big, but you always remember your twenty-first birthday.”
Following the September 17 world premiere in Jackson will be a worldwide live-event tour throughout the winter of 2016/2017.
Athletes: Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Ian McIntosh, Tim Durtschi, Angel Collinson, Jeremy Jones, Dane Tudor, Dash Longe, Dylan Hood, Griffin Post, Johnny Collinson, Mark Carter, Nick McNutt, Sam Smoothy, Sammy Luebke, Lucas Debari, Hadley Hammer.
Locations: Jackson Hole, Wyoming / Golden, BC / Whitewater Ski Resort, BC / Gulmarg, India / Island Lake Lodge, BC / North Cascade Heli, WA / Tordrillos Range, Alaska / Neacola Range, AK / Squaw Valley, California
About Teton Gravity Research
TGR is the leading brand in adventure, action-sports, and youth-culture media. TGR’s world-class storytelling has captivated audiences for 21 years. With a global, multi-channel footprint, a thriving millennial audience, award-winning multimedia film projects, a rapidly growing experiential platform, and unprecedented viral content, Teton Gravity Research is one of the fastest growing media brands on the planet. TGR is a proud member of Protect Our Winters, 1% For The Planet, BICEP, Surfrider Foundation and IMBA. For more information on TGR, visit TetonGravity.com.
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