Previously you could find our 5 winter sports classics that you must see before the winter season starts. We have selected 4 must-see winter sports films for a cosy corona-proof pre-winter sports movie night as a follow-up.
Into The Mind
Placed at the top of this post, this is a story of growing to the ultimate challenge. The film is about an off-piste skier who goes on an extraordinary journey and then falls badly on a descent, after which the story continues with his recovery and urge to go back up the mountain. From the makers of All.I.Can, Sherpas Cinema, with which they have won several awards.
Shades of Winter
Shades of Winter takes the viewer on a journey to various unique ski areas from Alaska to Japan. The film will clearly show how Sandra and fellow skiers have followed their passion over the years to realize dreams ultimately. But of course, the film is mainly about freestyle skiing itself. The film premiered at the International Freeski Festival (IF3) in Montreal at the time.
Tracing Skylines follows six professional, freeskiers as they turn their adventurous dreams into reality. For years they have fantasized about what it would be like and now it has been captured with the latest techniques. From Alaska to France and Switzerland and even in Detroit, skiers Bobby Brown, Karl Fostvedt, Pep Fujas, Seth Morrison, Sean Pettit and Julien Regnier are chasing their dreams.
Field Productions presented Supervention. A documentary about modern skiing and snowboarding. The world’s most talented skiers and snowboarders take you on an intense and unpredictable journey. The story takes place in various locations such as Norway, New Zealand, Alaska and British Columbia.