The Egyptian Theatre

Sunday, October 26th, 2014 Boise's oldest theatre, and home to Opera Idaho

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    Wednesday, October 29

    Pretty Faces - Story of a skier girl

    Film at 7:30pm

    Opening:DOORS OPEN AT 6:30pm

    Tickets $12 advanced & $15 at the door

    Pretty Faces is a film celebrating women who thrive in the snow. The concept for the film was originated by professional big mountain skier and SheJumps co-founder, Lynsey Dyer with the objective of giving women and girls, young and old, a source of inspiration through a unique look at what is possible when boundaries are broken, dreams captured and friendships cultivated.

    In Lynsey’s words 'I wanted to give young girls something positive to look up to…I wanted to give them their Blizzard of Ahhs, Ski Movie or High Life, but done in a way that also shows the elegance, grace, community and style that is unique to women in the mountains. We are on a mission to make skiing and the outdoors look so fun that no girl will ever want to stay inside. Through this project, we want young girls to see positive, strong, and courageous women pursuing their passions and finding success. We want to show females everywhere: ‘if she can do it, so can I.’

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    Thursday, October 30

    Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

    presented by: Capital City Kiwanis


    Opening:DOORS OPEN AT 6PM

    Adults $14 / Seniors & Students w/ valid I.D.s $12 / Youth 12 and under $7

    1922 Silent Movie Classic NOSFERATU A Symphony of horror! Featuring Organist Sean Rogers!
    Door time is 6pm Event time is 7pm

    Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (or simply Nosferatu) is a 1922 German Expressionist horror film, directed by F. W. Murnau, starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok.

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    Friday, November 7

    Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival

    presented by: Winter Wildlands Alliance


    Opening:DOORS OPEN AT 6PM

    $10 w/ fees $12 general admission

    Celebrates 10 years of Snow Less Traveled.  The Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary with nine unique films aimed to inspire winter adventurers to seek the snow less traveled. Produced by the Boise-based nonprofit, Winter Wildlands Alliance.
    The Backcountry Film Festival is renowned for its mix of professional and grassroots films – from well-known filmmakers who search backcountry corners across the globe to submit their best work to first-timers who take a video camera out on their weekend excursions. The festival was created in 2004 to highlight Winter Wildlands Alliance’s efforts to preserve and promote winter landscapes for human-powered users. From a single showing in Boise that first year, the festival has grown to include showings in locations throughout the United States and Canada and now in Antarctica, Europe, Australia and Asia. Funds raised stay in local communities to support like-minded, human-powered recreation and conservation efforts and to raise awareness of winter management issues, avalanche training/safety and winter education programs.

    This year’s program includes: Winner, Best of Festival, Out on a Limb from T-bar Films tells the story of Vasu, who’s love for skiing and the backcountry overcomes all obstacles.

    Best of the Backcountry Award winner, Powder Pilgrimage from Joey Howell, chronicles the ventures of two friends ski-bumming it to Valdez, Alaska, a trip we should all take once.

    Best Grassroots Film winner, Backcountry Baker by Jeremy Lurgio follows Labrador retriever Baker and his owner as they pursue their love of mountains through backcountry skiing.

    From the Road by Fischer Creative portrays the balance between liberation and limitation as a group of athletes come together to help a skiing comrade gain reconciliation with the Alaska peak where a 2009 accident ended his professional guiding career.

    Afterglow from Sweetgrass Productions is a revolutionary and visually spectacular film that brings a whole new light to skiing in the dark.

    95 to Infinity by Doglotion Media follows brothers Andy and Mike Traslin as they keep the torch lit for 95 months of winter turns.

    IRS Traverse by filmmaker Luc Mehl is fun and quirky adventure through the Alaska Wilderness

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    Saturday, November 8

    Clips, Sips & Bids Part Deux

    presented by: Peppershock Media

    - VIP Event Passes - $50 begins at 5pm - Regular Admission Event Pass $25 begins at 6pm - Event begins at 7pm

    Opening:- VIP Event Passes - $50 begins at 5pm - Regular Admission Event Pass $25 begins at 6pm - Event begins at 7pm

    - VIP Event Passes - $50 begins at 5pm - Regular Admission Event Pass $25 begins at 6pm - Event begins at 7pm

    Clips, Sips & Bids Part Deux is an event in support of the Idaho Wine, From Bud to Tastebud Documentary.

    Attendees will get to: view an in-progress version of the film, purchase wine from 7 different Idaho Wineries (proceeds will be contributed to the film), bid on select and specialty wine items and enjoy some local Idaho Food.
    **The VIP experience includes: a complimentary glass of Idaho wine of their choice from the Idaho wine makers present, hors d'oeuvres, wine tasting and admittance into after party following the event at Chandlers Steak house.

    Please visit to find out more about the film and to pre-order your DVD or Blu Ray.

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