La Liste: Everything or Nothing (2021)

Presented by Adirondack Film

Adirondack Film is privileged to screen La Liste before it's global release on 2/13/2022!

Big mountain skiers, and close friends, Jérémie Heitz and Sam Anthamatten, find beauty and display grace in the dangerous world of free-skiing. Follow them as they set off around the world to find the most awe-dropping, high-altitude peaks and mountain ranges that exceed 6000 metres, and do what they do best: ski.

Director, Eric Crosland states: "I chose to direct this film because I wanted to show people outside of the ski community how incredibly dangerous and challenging high altitude ski mountaineering is. While watching this film, I would like the viewer to experience the intense feelings, emotions, and decision-making of navigating, traveling, and skiing the highest altitude mountain ranges in the world."

Special thanks to our Co-Sponsors:
Barkeater Trails Alliance: https://www.betatrails.org/
Adirondack Sports Council, organizing committee for the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games: https://www.lakeplacid2023.com/

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Given the variable nature of the pandemic, the LPCA's health and safety procedures will be based upon Essex County's COVID Transmission Rate on the morning of your performance.

HIGH Transmission

  • Proof of vaccination required prior to entry (hard copy or digital image).
  • Masking required in all areas of the facility.
  • Concessions and bar will be closed.

SUBSTANTIAL Transmission

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  • Masking required in all areas of the facility.
  • Concessions and bar will be open. Items may be consumed in the lobby (but not in the theatre). When removing the face covering to eat or drink, please allow a distance of six feet from other audience members and replace the face covering as soon as possible.

MODERATE Transmission

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  • Concessions and bar will be open.

LOW Transmission

  • No additional safety procedures are in effect - although we ask any unvaccinated patron to wear a mask in all areas of the facility.

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