Waiting for WinterDec 07 2015
Written by Cory Patten, Promotions and Terrain Park Coordinator
We’re all getting a little antsy for the season to start around here! So while we’re waiting for Mother Nature to come back and stick around for a while, let’s get cozy on the couch and try to scratch that winter itch with some classic and not so classic ski and snowboard films!
Anything Warren Miller
His films are the epitome of classic ski films. If you’ve got the time, we suggest going back and enjoying some ski history by indulging in some of the most iconic ski films ever, or you can just get lost on the Warren Miller Entertainment YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWlxX4qotbZPngfcrRDcklg).
Here are some of our favorites both new and old.
Warren Miller’s Many Moods of Skiing
Released in 1961, Wow… we’ve come a long way.
Warren Miller’s Flow State
All I Can from Sherpas Cinema
One of the best films ever produced. Exudes epic’ness
Blizzard of AAH’s
A classic film from 1988.
License to Thrill
Art of Flight by Redbull Media House
This is hands down one of the most epic of all the films here. If this one doesn’t make you swoon for winter, why are you still reading this?
The Resistance – Mack Dawg Productions
If you were a kid during the 90’s and early 2000’s and were excited to open and read every word of the next Transworld Snowboarding magazine, you know that any Mack Dawg Production was a big deal. This one is a huge favorite of the crew here. Check out some other Mack Dawg films such as The Decade, and True Life.
Afterbang – RobotFood
Another early 2000’s film that bring back some serious memories and makes us smile! Really any of the RobotFood films are classics that any true lover of the snowboard culture should watch at least 7 to 8 times.
Think we missed something? What films get you excited for winter?