On December 21, 2016

Warren Miller’s “Here, There & Everywhere” screens at Okemo, Monday, Dec. 26

Monday, Dec. 26—LUDLOW—Warren Miller has released its 67th film, “Here, There & Everywhere.” This year’s installment brings the thrill of action snow sports to enthusiasts everywhere, as the world’s most accomplished skiers and snowboarders scour the globe for untracked powder and the pursuit of adventure. Narration by Olympic gold medalist Jonny Moseley and on-screen interviews with the legendary Warren Miller deliver the nostalgia of skiing’s roots and a zeal for discovering new terrain.
Venture with world-renowned athletes JT Holmes, Jeremy Jones, Seth Wescott, Jess McMillan, Ingrid Backstrom, Marcus Caston, Wendy Fisher, Tyler Ceccanti, Kaylin Richardson and others as they push the boundaries of their talent on snowcapped peaks, vast glaciers and towering, big-air jumps. Globe-trotting from the U.S. and Canadian Rockies to sparsely populated lands like Greenland and the Swiss Alps, these skiers and snowboarders prove that the joy of winter can be found wherever you seek it.
“Here, There & Everywhere” opens the door to showcase a progressive side of snow sports, from fat biking, backcountry snowmobiling and hill-climb racing (featuring Polaris pro Keith Curtis) to dogsledding and the ever crowd-pleasing pond skimming. And, as with every annual tour, the film awakens our desires to hit the slopes and sparks excitement for the coming winter season.
Managing Director Andy Hawk said, “For the first time in a dozen years, we are thrilled to return to the screen with the support and inclusion of the patriarch of winter stoke, Warren Miller. This year’s project has been an incredibly rewarding opportunity for the athletes, film crew and staff who were able to work directly with him again.”
As always, Warren Miller’s annual film signifies the coming of winter and ignites an untamable passion for skiers and riders everywhere. The film will on Monday, Dec. 26 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. in the Cornerstone Room at Okemo Mountain’s Jackson Gore. Tickets are $20 per person. Space is limited; get tickets at okemo.com.

 

Photo by Mike Arz
Rob Kingwill gets air on a glacier in Greenland, launching toward the Arctic waters for this year’s Warren Miller movie “Here, There & Everywhere.”

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