In 1949, Warren Miller came out with his first ski movie. This year's 60th film, Dynasty, is touring the country now. We have an exclusive vintage film clip (just recently dusted off from the archive room) from the 1949 film, Deep & Light.
There are lots of ski movies out there nowadays. But there's something to be said about the original ski movie. That's Warren Miller. In 1949, he came out with a little movie called Light & Deep. Sixty years later, the company Warren Miller Entertainment still dominates the ski movie market with their annual fall tour that brings the snowy thrill to the masses. Dynasty, the 60th film, is touring now. You can check the schedule and buy tickets here. And while you're at it, check out this exclusive clip just rescued from the Warren Miller archives. It's original footage from Warren's first film.
Digger. Beater. Yard sale. Ragdoll. Tomahawk. Slide for life. Whipper. Sprack. Mousetrap. Chunder. Face Plant. Biff. Blow. Wreck. Endo. Crashing on skis is not the first physical act to spawn its own thesaurus, but it could be the most wholesome. Check out this video we dug up from the Warren Miller Films' archives of good historic crashes from back in the day.
Big-mountain skiers Todd Ligare and Cody Townsend are in town for the Boulder premiere of the new TGR film, Re:Session. They stopped by Skiing’s office to talk about poster signing, college girls, and surfing.