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Legendary snowboarders Seth Wescott and Rob Kingwill joined Warren Miller's director of photography, Chris Patterson, in Hokkaido Japan to film the sort of epic shredding only the Japow can provide. These are their Instagram photos from the epic trip.
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Warren Miller’s Hometown Hills Video Contest begins on March 3rd, 2014! Leading up to the launch of this contest, members of the WME production crew will be offering one tip per week to help you get your ski movie ready to crush the competition. Enter your edit here: http://bit.ly/1gLGoGn
Tyler Ceccanti making turns in fresh Grecian powder.
We just got back from shooting footage for our 65th film at Mt. Olympus and the Pindus Mountains in Greece. Mike Artz snapped these photos of the amazing scenery and of course, Tyler Ceccanti and Josh Bibby ripping epic powder.
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Don't know what to get the powder junkie in your life? WME put together this guide to help you find the perfect gift for the holidays.

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Hokkaido Instagram Thumb
Legendary snowboarders Seth Wescott and Rob Kingwill joined Warren Miller's director of photography, Chris Patterson, in Hokkaido Japan to film the sort of epic shredding only the Japow can provide. These are their Instagram photos from the epic trip.
ChrisAnthony10thMountainGallery
For WME's 63rd Chris Anthony is skiing in and around the areas where the Mountain Troops of the 10thMountain Division trained between 1941 & 1946, prior to being deployed to fight in Italy. Here's a behind the scenes look at the film shoot.
Japan #63 Day 1
Well, I made it! After a full day of travel from Seattle I have made it to Nesiko, Japan. I am here for two weeks filming a segment with Warren Miller Entertainment. Roman (the other skier being filmed) and I got out today to check out what this place has to offer. Not one person from this crew has been to Japan before so this is a learning experience for everyone. Japan is a very unique place and we are lucky enough to be staying at the Black Diamond Lodge. The guy who runs it deals with a lot of ski film crews like Level 1, MSP and lots of snowboard crews as well. I highly recommend this lodge if anyone decides to come here. Anyway, when we arrived we were told that we would rarely see the sun. Well, this morning, it just so happened that there were blue skies. We had a bit of a late start but we got to get up and check out the place. I'm very excited to see what everything has to offer and get as many banger shots as we can. Ill try and keep you updated with some good photos. Thanks, TC
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We hit over 60 cities during the Flow State film tour and snapped tons of photos along the way. See what moments we thought were the best of 2012.