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Annie Boulanger – Photo Cred: Transworld Biz

Absinthe Films announced it’s European tour dates for their upcoming snowboard film “Twel2ve” kicking it off in Zurich, Switzerland on September 6th. Filmed from all over the world including, Sweden, Turkey, Russia, Japan, Canada and USA, these riders have been throwing down for the past year to get us this 16mm HD snowboard film.  Absinthe’s new film features Nike and Salomon Snowboards team rider Annie Boulanger, who was also awarded the 2010’s ‘Female Rider of the Year’ from Snowboarder Magazine. Her video part in Absinthe’s previous film, “NowHere” got her noticed even more than she has been in the past. Annie is the only female rider in Twel2ve, where as Rome Snowboards rider Marie France-Roy (MFR) who normally has a feature part in the Absinthe videos with Annie, had been working on her part in the upcoming Rome film, “The Shred Remains” and also suffered a serious neck injury back in 2010 and was out for most of the season.

Yes Snowboards will also be along premiering their first feature film, “Yes – It’s a movie” and will be touring with the Absinthe crew the entire time.

Other featured riders include: Bode Merrill, Gigi Ruf, Dan Brisse, Nicolas Muller, Sylvain Bourbousson, Wolfgang Nyvelt, Romain DeMarchi, JP Solberg, Lucas Debari, Johnnie Paxson, and Mat Schaer.

Scheduled dates for the European tour are as follows:

Sep/06/2011 Zurich (Switzerland) – Kino Corso
Sep/07/2011 Bern (Switzerland) – Kino Bubenberg
Sep/08/2011 Lausanne (Switzerland) – D!Club
Sep/09/2011 Lyon (France) – Cinéma Gaumont Pathé
Sep/10/2011 Barcelona (Spain) – Cinema Malda
Sep/11/2011 Milano (Italia) – Cinema Anteo
Sep/13/2011 Chur (Switzerland) – Kino Apollo
Sep/14/2011 Innsbruck (Austria) – Kino Metropol
Sep/15/2011 Munich (Germany) – Kino Sendlinger Tor
Sep/16/2011 Wien (Austria) – Gartenbaukino
Sep/17/2011 Prague (Czech Republic) – Venue Music Club
Sep/19/2011 Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany) – Kino Harmonie
Sep/20/2011 Stuttgart (Germany) – CinemaxX Liederhalle
Sep/21/2011 St. Gallen (Switzerland) – Kino Corso
Sep/26/2011 London (England) – Prince Charles Cinema
Sep/27/2011 Antwerpen (Belgium) – Fakkelteater
Sep/28/2011 Den Haag (Netherlands) – Filmhuis
Sep/29/2011 Hamburg (Germany) – Zeise Kino
Sep/30/2011 Köln (Germany) – Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
Oct/01/2011 Dresden (Deutschland) – Neues Rundkino
Oct/08/2011 Saas-Fee (Switzerland) – Popcorn