Professional skateboarder Greg Lutzka has reason to celebrate as his documentary, "One Way Ticket," receives the green light for inclusion in this year's prestigious Newport Beach Film Festival.
After scoring big on his Walmart partnership, the corporate real-estate investor sheds light on the passion and determination required to reach the pinnacle of success in the adrenaline-fueled Olympic sport.
The 38-year-old expressed his excitement on social media, declaring, "It's Official! Stoked to announce we just got the 'One Way Ticket' documentary accepted into this year's Newport Beach Film Fest."
The largest international cinema event in coastal Southern California is known for showcasing an impressive array of films from various genres, attracting both industry professionals and avid film enthusiasts.
Lutzka's "One Way Ticket" skateboarding documentary promises to be an exciting addition to the festival's lineup, offering an intimate look into the life and career of a skateboarding legend.
The film is scheduled to premiere in the Starlight Cinemas theater at Triangle Square on Thursday, October 19th, at 8 p.m. This premiere promises to be a thrilling event, with Lutzka's fans, fellow skateboarders, and film aficionados eagerly anticipating the opportunity to witness the documentary on the big screen.