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Stowe Film Fest approaches; and a fun video

Posted Friday, November 20, 2009
— Ski movies, Stowe
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Have you seen a ski film yet this fall? There are several making the tour around the country this year. Good pickin's.

The new <link post external-link-new-window about ski>Warren Miller film is in Burlington, Vermont, this weekend.

You can catch a bunch of ski movies starting next weekend in locations throughout Stowe, Vermont. It's the <link http: schedule.html external-link-new-window film>Stowe Mountain Film Festival and the line-up is full of powder shots, tele turns, snowboard tricks and more. The festival benefits the Vermont Ski Museum, which is located in Stowe.

Completely unrelated to the film fest...I came across this very funny video, below. I'm slowly building a ski-related video collection in YouTube at <link http: skimaven> The most recent video features helmet-cam shots of US ski jumpers Jessica Jerome and Billy Demong--on the big hill. Enjoy!

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