Epic snowboard film The Art of Flight celebrated its European premiere in Munich on November 8. Here's a section of choice images from the big night...
On Tuesday evening, Munich celebrated the European premiere of “The Art of FLIGHT” at the CinemaxX theaters. For the first time in Europe, 1,200 guests had the chance to watch snowboard action at its best on four big cinema screens. The premiere audience, including some well-known greats of the German sports scene, was very impressed by the breathtaking movie.
Travis couldn’t be there himself, but Nicolas Mueller (SUI) who’s co-starring in “The Art of FLIGHT” came to see his fans in Munich. Due to the extremely high demand for tickets, two extra shows at 10 pm on top of the regular shows were added. Afterwards, the stoked viewers danced the night away at the after show party. Now, the global premiere tour will continue with 14 stops all over Europe.
Opening Shot (above): The Art of Flight nightliner pulls up in Munich ahead of the hothly anticipated premiere.
Jason Paul (above), Red Bull athlete and freerunner poses for a picture ahead of the screening at Munich’s CinemaxX Theatre.
Nicolas Mueller (above) from Switzerland played a guest role in The Art of Flight. He is one of the Alps’ most creative and likeable snowboarders.
His many fans prove that.
Snowboard media mayhem.
The premiere was seen by around 1,200 viewers in four cinema screens simultaneously, plus another 700 viewers in the late screenings. We told you it was hotly anticipated!
Nicolas Karpf, former snowboard pro, Nicolas Mueller and Armin Weber (Quiksilver) welcome the audience (above).
Nicolas Mueller (above) talks about the shooting of The Art of Flight.
Audience members stayed in shape while waiting for their friends to arrive.
The Art of Flight book (above) is presented in real 3D!
Travis Rice's gallery by artist Mike Parillo.
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