Face of Winter

Warren Miller Entertainment has an ace team including director Chris Patterson, cinematographer Tom Day and editor Kim Schneider have created the first film since Miller passed away.

The film focuses on Miller’s life, early films and history but combines it with where skiing is today and where it’s going.

The film starts at B.C.’s Red Mountain in a new off-piste area with locals touring the best spots.

That’s me, @kaylinrichardson and there are few things I love more than dropping into a powdery turn. ❤️@warrenmillerent has kindly allowed me to hijack their account for the day so I can share a little of the flavor of what it was like shooting last winter at @redresort with @dennisrisvoll and @simon.hillis! As you’ll see in the IG story, there was an abundance of snow in our faces, air under our bases and laughs till our sides hurt. Rossland treated us well! To all you fellow ski and snowboard lovers, if our paths don’t cross at a #FaceOfWinter show this fall, I hope we can high five in person at some point on a chairlift, with snow accumulating as we chat! 🙌❄️ Until then, pray for snow!! #FeelAlive #Skiing @hellyhansen @volklskis @markerproducts @dalbellosports PC: @_cammcleod_

A post shared by Warren Miller Entertainment (@warrenmillerent) on

It then brings us to Portillo in Chile, Cardrona in New Zealand, Points North Heli-Adventures in Alaska (featured in 17 Warren Miller films), Troll Peninsula in Iceland, the Alps and Denali.

The world premiere is on Oct. 12 in Portland, Oregon, and will then tour North America. See locations and purchase tickets here.

Face of Winter Trailer:

Report error or omission

Related