Get blown away by Miller’s `Storm’
Warren Miller’s films have been astounding audiences for over half a century, inspiring people of all ages to keep their snowriding dreams alive. “STORM,” this year’s edition, is no exception. “STORM” will be presented at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at the Glenwood Springs Community Center.
“STORM” is guaranteed to delight loyal fans with elements that have made Warren Miller films the exciting kickoff event that we look forward to before every ski season.
The opening montage begins with swirling storm clouds and a driving blizzard as a precursor to the torrent of action that sets the tone for the film. The action begins with a relentless assault of big air, big wrecks, sweeping cinematography, edgy action, and sidesplitting laughs that are the essence of the entire film packed into just a few minutes of montage.
The exotic locations for this year’s film include Blue River, British Columbia, Canada; Aspen and Snowmass; Breckenridge; Sun Valley, Idaho; Austria; Valdez and Cordova, Alaska; Steamboat Springs; Whistler Blackcomb; Lake Tahoe and South Georgia Island. There will be breathtaking scenery, comedy and a splash of nostalgia.
Tickets can be purchased at Sunlight Mountain Downtown Shop and also at the door for $12.
Be sure to drop by a little early for food and beverages provided by The Bayou, Coors and the Community Center. The Bayou will serve its famous gumbo, jambalaya and hot wings. The Community Center is providing popcorn and soda and will also serve Coors specials. To get everyone in the mood for skiing, all film-goers will receive a free lift ticket to Sunlight Mountain Resort.
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