Boulder Colorado is a beautiful place to hold any conference. There are many meeting spaces and beautiful hotels. Alpine Audio Visual is proud to be the best audio visual team in Boulder. We would love to talk to you about your event! We have speaker rentals and projector rentals for any size space and event.
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Alpine Audio Visual knows boulder like the back of its speakers. If you are having an event in any or Boulders amazing restaurants give us a call for your sound system rental or projection rental.
We also have a variety of flat screen televisions for those more intimate restaurants.
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Chrysler launched a new line of cars last week and Alpine Audio Visual was there for them with our lighting rental and technician. We lit the cars parked on the street to show them off for the client. If you have something you need lit call Alpine Audio Visual today and talk to one of our specialist about lighting.
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Lone Hawk Farm is an amazing venue in Longmont for weddings! Alpine Audio Visual has been providing sound system rental for Lone Hawk Farm for years! Cal one of our professionals today to talk about your next event at Lone Hawk Farm!
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Lone Hawk Farm is a working farm located in a lovely, secluded part of Boulder County. In the summer we open the farm for weddings, rehearsal dinners, committment ceremonies, company parties, workshops, benefits and other special events. The gazebo is a beautiful site for an outdoor wedding ceremony. The large barn can accommodate up to 150 guests. Adjacent lawns provide ample room to entertain outdoors. There’s a good view of the front range and surrounding countryside from the deck. The farm is an especially wonderful setting for an elegant, serene wedding in an open-air environment.
Named one of the “25 Coolest Film Festivals” in the world by MovieMaker Magazine, the Boulder International Film Festival brings films and filmmakers from around the world to Boulder for a four-day celebration of the art of cinema. BIFF has developed a reputation as one of the most influential young film festivals in the U.S., with an extraordinary number of new-but-unknown feature films, documentaries, and shorts that have gone on from early screenings at BIFF to significant box-office success and multiple Oscar nominations.
For six years in a row, the Grammy for Record of the Year went to Wrecking Crew recordings. The most famous studio band in the history of music backed up everyone from Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra to The Monkees, The Byrds and The Beach Boys, making their “west coast sound” a dominant cultural force in the world of music. This film, made by Denny Tedesco for his father, the legendary Tommy Tedesco, has more than 100 of their songs, along with the back stories, all presented by the people who made them for you: Be My Baby, California Girls, Strangers in the Night, Mrs. Robinson, You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’, Monday Monday, Up, Up and Away, Viva Las Vegas, Mr. Tambourine Man and many others. This long-awaited film, 18 years in development, is an upbeat tribute to the secret star-making machine known only as The Wrecking Crew.
This tense, heart-stopping documentary tells the story of five ordinary suburban Americans who, one night in 1971 (March 8, 44 years ago today), dropped their kids off at babysitters, broke into an FBI office and carted off thousands of paper files showing the FBI’s vast network of illegal surveillance of American citizens. Like low-tech Edward Snowdens, they shared fuzzy photocopies of these files with the press, which led to the first public Congressional investigation of a U.S. intelligence agency. A humiliated J. Edgar Hoover assigned hundreds of FBI agents to find this traitorous group, and one scary night dozens of FBI agents scoured the very suburban neighborhood in which these perpetrators lived. Surprisingly, they were never caught. But here they are in this film—for the first time ever—talking about their amazing, historic and sometimes comical adventures with the FBI.
“It will remind you how much we owe to a few irreverent misfits at Harvard.” — Hollywood Reporter
They became icons of modern comedy … the legions of writers and performers who spun out of the National Lampoon empire to “Saturday Night Live,” “The Simpsons,” major movie careers and TV dynasties. It all sprouted from a college humor magazine and warped staffers, Douglas Kenney and Henry Beard, who made it explode into America’s culture with its middle finger jammed up the establishment. How do you sell advertising to corporate suits for a vulgar magazine that prints art like the “Baby Blender?” Then came Animal House. It’s all here, from Kenney’s depression over the awful movie they had just finished called Caddyshack, to the huge buyout that made them rich. Director Douglas Tirola unearths never-before-seen archival footage and brilliantly weaves it together with the magazine’s beautiful and often shocking art, reliving National Lampoon’s meteoric rise from go-to magazine of the counterculture to a brand synonymous with Hollywood’s biggest comedies. Energetic, revolutionary, gently perverted and often hilarious.
Are you having a wedding? Ask your wedding planner about which AV company they trust the most!
Don’t have a wedding planner? Ask your venue which AV company they trust the most!
We want everyone to hear you say the most important words in your life! Even at off the grid locations with no power in sight we have you covered with our Battery Powered speaker rental.
Call us today and ask how we can make your wedding sound beautiful!
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One of the greatest world-class athletes of all time, Jeff Lowe has made climbing what it is today. He contributed to the development of the modern ice screw and cam, invented the grading system used worldwide for mixed climbs, authored now classic books on climbing technique, brought the first Sport Climbing Championships to America and opened the ice park in Ouray, Colorado. In this film, Jeff tells the extraordinary story of his historic nine-day mid-winter solo ascent of the north face of the Eiger in 1991—a route he named “Metanoia”— which has never been climbed since. Jeff’s “unimaginable” new route up the Eiger prepared him for the greatest adventure he’s ever been on, the climb of his life as he slowly loses all of his physical abilities and faces his own mortality.