I've just finished watching one of the best ski films I've ever seen. I could wax lyrical about the production quality and the frankly ridiculous skiing for days. However I'm going to keep it simple, I don't want to give away tricks or spoil the surprise. Suffice to say that nobody has ever seen any of the spots hit before, plenty of the tricks have never been done and the film is a thing of beauty. It's one of those rare movies that takes you to the locations and makes you empathize with the people featured. It's a film about another world, about travel and about the people encountered but without the cringy voiceovers and alongside some truly mental skiing. Make some space in your boxing day plans to watch this, you won't regret it. In fact, check it out right now:


For info on the the project, before or after watching, check out an interview I did with the crew about the making of the movie earlier this year: