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Reel Rock 7 - Pre-release Movie Screening


Prescott, Ariz. – Phoenix Rock Climbing Meetup member Matt Seats is hosting a pre-release screening of the new Reel Rock 7 climbing movie at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, November 5, 2012, at The Crossroads Community Center, 220 Grove Avenue, in Prescott, AZ.

The show is FREE for Prescott College students and employees,
$5 in advance or $8 at the door for the general public.

For information and tickets please contact Matt Seats,[masked], [masked].

This event will be held as a fundraiser for the Access Fund, the national advocacy organization that keeps U.S. climbing areas open and conserves the climbing environment. Founded in 1991, the Access Fund supports and represents over 2.3 million climbers nationwide in all forms of climbing: rock, ice, mountaineering, and bouldering. Learn more about how the Access Fund helps climbers at

A dozen local businesses have donated their services or products to benefit the fundraiser, but more are needed! Local outdoor retailers are encouraged to support their local climbing and outdoor enthusiast communities by contacting Matt Seats to learn how they can participate in this event.

There will be a raffle during the show for prizes and services donated by local businesses. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Access Fund.

Event organizer Matt Seats will emcee the show. Seats, a Prescott College student, has an AA in Outdoor Education from Central Wyoming College, was a national conference planner for the Wilderness Risk Management Conference in Boston last year, and is an avid rock climber.

The REEL ROCK Film Tour brings the best in climbing and adventure films to local audiences across the globe. REEL ROCK shows are spirited events where climbers and outdoors lovers come together to celebrate and sample the ultimate in adventure filmmaking. Prize giveaways and fundraising for non-profit organizations are just some of the ways that REEL ROCK events are more than just film screenings. Now in their seventh year, Sender Films and Big UP Productions have combined the biggest names in the sport of climbing with stories of pushing the limits of physical ability and endurance like never before.

REEL ROCK founders Josh Lowell and Peter Mortimer have been producing and directing climbing and adventure films for over a decade, with devoted audiences around the world. Their work has been featured on NBC, NPR, and The New York Times, and has won a Sports Emmy Award, plus dozens of awards at international film festivals. After organizing small tours for their individual film releases, Lowell and Mortimer realized the huge demand for exciting live events in the outdoors community and combined forces to create The REEL ROCK Film Tour in 2006. In 2011, REEL ROCK screened in over 280 locations world-wide, drew over 65,000 audience members, raised over $15,000 for non-profits, partnered with more than 150 retailers, university outing clubs and climbing gyms, and won copious media coverage and critical praise.

This screening is sponsored by the Prescott College Office of Student Life. The Prescott College office of Student Life provides essential services and programs, and serves as a resource center to help students attain their full potential academically and as members of the community.

Prescott College offers a resident undergraduate program at its main campus in Prescott, Ariz., as well as low-residency bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in which students complete their studies in their home communities with the help of faculty mentors. All programs emphasize student-directed, experience-based learning-by-doing, environmental and cultural awareness, and social justice. For more information please contact Ashley Mains, M.A., Coordinator for Integrated Advancement Communications at (928)[masked] or [masked]. More information is on the web at

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    Tickets are now available at The Hike Shack in Prescott, or e-mail [masked]

    October 17, 2012

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