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VIDEO: ‘BETWEEN’ Premiere at The MACC

October 25, 2016, 12:33 PM HST
* Updated October 26, 7:07 AM
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Shades of Winter will present BETWEEN at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s Castle Theater on Wednesday, Oct 26, beginning at 7 p.m.

BETWEEN earth and sky, ocean and mountains, old friends and new, between daily challenges and once-in-a-lifetime thrills—follow the Shades of Winter crew on their journey around the globe.

Their adventure takes the women from a volcano in Hawai‘i to daring descents of Alaska’s mythical giants, from sparkling waves to glittering powder—and always towards adrenaline-fueled highs, lasting memories and true friendship.

After the internationally acclaimed Shades of Winter in 2013 and Pure in 2014, BETWEEN is the third full feature production co-produced by Red Bull Media House and Austrian pro skier and Shades of Winter filmmaker Sandra Lahnsteiner.


The star-studded cast features the best of the best in female freeskiing and surfing: Olympic gold medal-winning alpine ski racer Julia Mancuso participates for the first time, Olympian freeskier Janina Kuzma, Freeride World Tour champion Nadine Wallner, WSL World Champ surfer Carissa Moore, upcoming freeskier Evelina Nilsson, and of course, producer and big mountain skier Sandra Lahnsteiner.


The film BETWEEN will also feature a tribute in memory of the late freeskiing star Matilda Rapaport to keep her inspiration alive.


Photo source: The MACC

Meet WSL champion  Moore, Olympic gold medalist Mancuso and filmmaker and big mountain skier Lahnsteiner.

Prior to BETWEEN, a short film, Warm and Lovable, will be shown. There will also be prize giveaways awarded throughout the evening.


TICKETS: $12/adults and $7/kids 12 and under (plus applicable fees).


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