Weekend Watch: Face of Winter

Warren Miller sparked our love for skiing. This film honors him.
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Winter is coming and Warren Miller, who passed away in January 2018, would be stoked.

Just yesterday, Warren Miller Entertainment released the trailer for "Face of Winter," which honors the late ski cinematography legend and man who started it all.

"We snowriders are the most fortunate people on this planet earth as we get to spend an endless winter on the side of the mountain somewhere on whatever we enjoy the most, sliding on something that never changes, that is never the same, something as simple as a blanket of snow," Miller says in the video.

The film is the 69th installment from Warren Miller Entertainment.

Tickets are on presale online through Sunday for $3 off each ticket for National Tour stops. Use presale code 2018presale. The official sale starts Sept. 17 online, at venue box offices, or at participating retailers. 


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