Wednesday, February 4, 2009

New Warren Miller film showing in -- and features -- Silverton

If you're looking for a mountain getaway this Saturday, consider heading up to Silverton to catch the new Warren Miller film, Children of Winter Never Grow Old.

The new film features footage shot at Silverton Mountain. It will be shown at 7 p.m., Feb. 7, at the Silverton Mountain Headquarters in the Miners Theatre, at 1069 Greene Street.

Admission is free, but donations will be accepted to benefit the Silverton Ski Team & Silverton Mountain’s Andy Calloway Fund

About the film:

Warren Miller's 2008 film showcases spectacular footage shot in Japan, Austria, British Columbia, Alaska, and Iceland with jaw-dropping performances by an impressive assembly of world-class athletes, including Jonny Moseley, Daron Rahlves, Marco Sullivan, Seth Wescott, Gerry Lopez, and Wendy Fisher.

Timeless Warren Miller athlete Chris Anthony takes on Leadville, Colorado's legendary skijoring competition. Pep Fujas explores Silverton Mountain, the only backcountry type ski resort in the United States. Teenage snowboard pro Ben Watts chases surf legend Gerry Lopez on Mount Bachelor's frozen waves. Skiing's top female athletes meet up in Crested Butte for the deepest powder in decades. And Jeff Annetts, Drew Stoecklein, and Derek Foose sail Iceland, skiing mountains that end in the ocean. Stefan Lessard of The Dave Matthews Band, Eric Fawcett of N.E.R.D, Adam Gardner of Guster, and Ed Robertson of The Barenaked Ladies unite to form Yukon Kornelius—a supergroup who perform on and off the snow in Vermont and Colorado.

"When it's cold and snowing, others run inside. But skiers and snowboarders do the opposite, no matter how old we are," said Max Bervy, director and producer. "We are all the Children of Winter, and if you ski or ride, this movie reaffirms what we all know, that we're lucky to know the shortest, coldest days of the year."



Check out the trailer:




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