PARK CITY, Utah — Warren Miller ski and snowboard films have served as the annual start to winter for skiers and snowboarders across the globe for nearly 75 years, with the film tour visiting fans in over 300 cities across the United States.
View the trailer of this year’s film entitled, All Time.
Park City’s showing will be at The Ray Theater on Nov. 4, at 4 and 7 p.m.
- Click here to learn how to purchase tickets to the 4 p.m. screening
- Click here to learn about buying tickets fro the 7 p.m. screening
Narrated by and featuring Jonny Moseley, “All Time” dives deep into the stuff of which snowy dreams are made, from the evolution of mountain culture and the birth of ski towns to icons and innovators like the original hot-doggers. The film also weaves in new footage shot on location at Palisades Tahoe and at Park City. Included are skiers such as Jimmy Huega, Mikaela Shiffrin, Ted Ligety, Julia Mancuso, and Bode Miller.
The film also features athletes such as Glen Plake, Scot Schmidt, and the Egan Brothers along with those from more recent Warren Miller films including Michelle Parker, Seth Wescott, Madison Ostergren, Mckenna Peterson, Lexi duPont, Simon Hillis, Kaylin Richardson and Wendy Fisher. And it introduces the next generation of skiers and riders at Woodward Park City, including Brian Rice, Tristen Feinberg, Cass Jarrell, Steve Stepp, and more.
This year, Warren Miller film tour attendees will have the chance to vote on three film finalists from the Outside Awards at the show. For its inaugural season, the winter-focused photo and film competition sought out emerging voices in the snow sports world. Attendees will help determine who will take home $10,000 as the People’s Choice grand-prize winner.