Epic Teaser! Jonny Moseley and Andy Mahre ripping at CMH for #61
This is going to look spectacular on a 40 foot screen!
Sometimes it’s hard to know what the day will bring? following a few all time kant-mak-em’s, I loosely made a plan while soaking in the second to last apre ski of the season. All we had decided was to bring skins and go for a tour. The afternoon turned to evening, and the skies had cleared for morning.
Behind the Scenes from the Antarctica Shoot for Wintervention
Blue bird skies, ice bergs as far as the eye can see and stunningly jagged, glaciated peaks make for stunning footage.
From November 1 through November 18, 2009 a camera crew and athletes from Warren Miller Entertainment lived aboard a ship off the coast of Antarctica. They took Zodiacs ashore to climb and ski the southern-most mountains in the world. Two mind blowing days on the peninsula were most memorable. An unusual high pressure system hovered for 48 hours creating two days that the ship captain said were one out of a thousand. The mix of blue bird skies, ices bergs as far as the eye can see and stunningly jagged, glaciated peaks was a visual overload.
2010 Film: Sneak Peek
Big-mountain skier Arne Backstrom gets after it at Heavenly for Warren Miller's 61st annual film.
This is a behind the scenes look at a shoot for Warren Miller's upcoming 61st film. Arne Backstrom gets after it at Heavenly while Tom Day, Warren Miller cinematographer, captures it all on film.
Never mind the prevailing wisdom that skiing was invented in Austria or Scandinavia. It was created in western China’s Altai Mountains. The film crew went to meet the living representatives of the oldest ski-bum lineage on earth.
WARREN MILLER CAMERAMAN CHRIS Patterson first heard of an ancient ski culture deep in China’s northwestern frontier on an NPR program while driving around his hometown of Bozeman, Montana, in August of 2008.