These three ski films dropping this fall will hold you over until it’s time to hit the slopes.
Teton Gravity Research
TGR never fails to disappoint and Magic Hour, which dropped on Sep. 17, is no exception. Filmed in the most jaw-dropping backcountry regions across North America, the flick chases a crew on its quest for a culmination of “right time, right place” moments in the “magic hour” of the day. The film also features some of the biggest names in the industry, showcasing the likes of Jeremy Jones, Sam Smoothey, and Tim Durtschi. tetongravity.com
The 73rd annual film takes us on a wild ride across the globe. From Snowmass’s biggest party of the winter to a Warren Miller superfan’s fairy-tale-come-true of skiing Snowbasin with Jonny Moseley and Mascus Caston, and the excitement of heli-skiing with adaptive skier Pete McAfee, there’s no shortage of excitement in this collection of adventures, premiering on Oct. 26. warrenmiller.com
Anywhere From Here Matchstick Productions
What do you want to be when you grow up? Matchstick’s ski film, dropping in October, explores the world of skiing from the lens of a 12-year-old freestyle phenom who just wants to play in the mountains. Featuring incredible accomplishments of a star-studded cast like Sam Kuch, Tonje Kvivik, and Emily Childs, this film should inspire the next generation of shredders. matchstickpro.com
Cover Photo: Courtesy Warren Miller: Bad, Bad Things Happen in Plain Sight in Warren Miller’s New Film, Daymaker.