Lets be honest here. Art of Flight had great images but its basically built on the same model as every other ski/sb film. They go on trips, we see general shots of plains and trains, and then the music starts and we see riding for the next 5 minutes. LIKE EVERY OTHER FILM.
If you want a ski film that actually changes perceptions and questions the purpose of making ski films and how it impacts the environment see "All.I.Can." by Sherpas Cinema. Its a carbon neutral production (which Art of Flight most definitely isn't) , so the crews rely on skins and sleds to pull gear into the backcountry. This film gives a broader meaning to "ski films" and shows how our actions are impacting the environment that our sport is based so much on.