Seattle -FreeRider & Wyoming Triumph winter adventure films
Follow Northwest splitboard mountaineer Kyle Miller on his "epic hunt for good snow" in the U.S. premiere of Crest Pictures' newest film FreeRider.
Take a journey deep into the mountains of Wyoming with a group of hard-charging skiers and snowboarders in KGB Productions' Wyoming Triumph.
FreeRider is a 14-minute documentary chronicling Miller's great passion for his sport, his love of the wilderness and the mountains, his ski bum lifestyle, his triumphs and disappointments, his pain and his joys, and his unyielding dedication towards fulfilling his riding dreams. Snowboarding has come a long way in the last few years, and splitboard mountaineering is at the forefront now. Miller is part of this new vanguard. He is an admired and respected splitboarder who has been featured in Off-Piste, Backcountry and Frequency magazines. Each season Miller sets a high bar for himself. In 2010, he successfully climbed and rode all 25 volcanoes in the Western United States. This year he went for and completed Washington's 10 highest peaks while the cameras rolled during the filming of FreeRider.
Wyoming Triumph is a 55-minute grassroots film featuring a veteran and youthful band of ski and snowboard friends and professionals, including Rob LaPier, Trevor Hiatt, Max Hammer, Tucker Mead, North Parker, Matt Luczkow, Trevor Thomas and Aidan Sheahan. Two years ago they set out on a mission to scout the vast and mostly unskied rugged interior of their home state, where more folks own elk rifles than skis. They traveled throughout the great big mountainous backcountry terrain of Wyoming in search of fresh lines and remote locations. The film not only explores the drive of this unique group of passionate individuals, but also takes the audience on a Wild West journey through parts of the "Old West" that still exists today. Following countless broken bones, close calls and getting lost, they return home with a story.
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