SnowSeekers is pleased to invite you to the release of its documentary, "Sunny on the Slopes."
Earlier this winter, SnowSeekers – in partnership with NAIT's Digital Media Design program and its students – filmed 10-year-old Sunny Gantumur as she took to the slopes for the first time. The film, produced for the Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance, will be seen around the country to encourage people of all ages to get outside and enjoy the snow through skiing.
The documentary chronicles Sunny's trials and tribulations in learning how to tackle the snow, lead by her Snow Valley instructor, Christina Schmidtke, and follows them from day one right through 'til when Sunny was ready to take on the Canadian Rockies at Castle Mountain Resort.
No one involved could have imagined what happened over the course of Sunny's adventure.
Join us Thursday, April 8th, at 7 p.m. in the multi-million dollar NEXEN Theatre at NAIT to find out how it unfolded. The NEXEN is located on the second floor of the Spartan Centre for instrumentation Technology in Room Y240, located on 117 Ave & 102 St., east of the NAIT HP Centre.
Seating is limited. Showing is from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.
If you plan to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and he can set you up with a parking pass for the night.
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