Holmlands are proud to present the UK Premiere of Matchstick Productions latest ski movie, "Huck Yeah!" at the luxurious Soho Hotel in Central London on Friday October 2nd, 2020 - with tickets now available.
Matchstick Productions 2020 ski film is packed with the best skiers in the world charging hard and having fun in some of the most spectacular locations. Prepare to have your mind blown as Hoji, Sam Kuch, Bobby Brown and the breakout girl posse “The Blondes,” have the time of their lives shredding and stomping.
With the global shut-down of the pandemic we are reminded how important it is to spend time outdoors with friends having fun.
This film is a balance of personal action segments and location/story-based segments that not only show progressive skiing but interesting stories. Grab a beer, some popcorn and yell “Huck Yeah!’ with the most fun ski movie of 2020.
Starring: Lucas Wachs, Janelle Yip, Sam Kuch, Lucy Sackbauer, Chris Rubens, McKenna Peterson, Connery Lundin, Emily Childs, Bobby Brown, Arianna Tricomi, Mark Abma, Michelle Parker, Eric Hjorliefson, Tonje Kvivik, Karl Fostvedt, Adam Kuch, Banks Gilberti, Jossi Wells, Torin Yater Wallace.
Shot on Location in Jackson Hole WY | Whitewater, BC | Whistler, BC | Alaska | Rusutsu, Japan | Idaho | Mt Baker, WA | Verbier | Sw Donner Pass, CA | Mt Cain, BC | Troll Mountain.
The event also includes a very special preview of Holmlands new film "The Revelstoke Diaries", alongside a raffle with a host of amazing prizes to give away. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase on the door for £5 per strip.
In respect of government guidelines, safety measures will be in place for this special screening- with a limited number "Phase One" tickets initially made available to ensure safe social distancing with the theatre.
If and/or when guidelines change - additional tickets will be made available, with an option to hold a second screening on the same night, once the initial wave of tickets is sold out. This will allow for safe social distancing measures to remain in place but provide two groups to see the film on the same night. Of course, if it is safe to seat everyone in the theatre at the same time, we will do so.