Snow hit early in many parts of the country, especially in the West. It smashed records and even prompted some ski resorts and mountains to open up way sooner than anticipated. In celebration of the season, here's a list of 8 films sure to spike your skiing and snowboarding stoke.

Winterland by Teton Gravity Research

Jackson Hole's Teton Gravity Research followed 23 of the world's most accomplished freeskiers and snowboarders to make its next film, "Winterland." Scenes come from some of the most extreme footage captured by TGR in its 22 years of production. 

Jyosei

This new urban/pow ski film was shot and directed and by an all-female cast and crew in Japan in February 2019. It features Maddie Jones, Zoe Blewett, Taylor Lundquist, Mina Itaba, Brooke Potter, and Stefanie Mossler.

The Collective by Faction Skis

In under three minutes, Faction Skis builds hype for the sport with groovy music, stunning shots, and sick footage of riders including Johnny Collinson, Antti Ollila, AHall, Daniel Hanka, and Adam Delorme. Find out more about the world tour here.

Timeless by Warren Miller

Kick off the season with Warren Miller’s "Timeless," presented by Volkswagen, as they celebrate 70 years of ski cinematography and travel with top athletes across the globe to renowned mountain locations.

Return to Send'er by Matchstick Productions

Four elite freeskiers share this in common: "the urge to freakin' send." Matchstick puts on quite the show by telling the stories of a renowned veteran, a stunning rookie, a mind-blowing innovator, and a big mountain star carrying on his father’s legacy.

Shelter by Picture Organic

Picture Organic's film follows five adventurers on their boards following their passions on some of the most beautiful summits in the world. But this year, their priority is a little different. This year, they found ways to stay as climate neutral as possible.

Defiance by The North Face

"Defiance" shows off The North Face's newest technology, Futurelight, by following Leanne Pelosi, Jake Blauvelt, and Victor de Le Rue in British Columbia in a showcase of shred.

Stone's Throw by DPS Cinematic

"Stone's Throw" begins with drama and follows freeskier maven Dash Longe in Salt Lake City, Utah, and skiing in the Wasatch Mountains.

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