Ski movie season is upon us | Here’s what’s about to drop…

You know it’s about time for skiing when film houses start dropping their promo videos for upcoming ski movies. We’ve collected four of the best trailers from four big production companies that’ll get winter juices flowing…

Matchstick Productions The Land of Giants

The story of man versus mountain is nothing new (though it never gets old…). But in its new ski movie Land of Giants, MSP flips the narrative and asks: What if, instead of focussing on the human element, we took a closer look at the mountains themselves?

The Land of Giants explores the most iconic mountains on Earth, from the Norwegian fjords to the Alaskan spines. And we get to watch and understand the canvas that creates the most mind melting moments in skiing, and appreciate the sheer beauty and power of these mountains.

Movie released October 2023

Faction Collective’s Abstract | A Freeski Exhibition

Faction has dropped a full trailer for its fourth feature length film Abstract, A Freeski Exhibition, and if it’s anything like its predecessors Roots and The Collective, we’re all in. From the streets of Japan, to the powdery pillows of British Columbia, to the finely-manicured terrain parks of Switzerland and Italy, Faction promises

The film will tour, coming through London on 2 November. Tickets (and more dates) here.

Teton Gravity Research Legend Has It

Ski lore is riddled with stories describing extraordinary past events (think mythical storm cycles, heroic feats and whispers of fantastical terrain), which have been shared on chairlifts, on the skin track, and over beers.

For nearly 30 years Teton Gravity Research has travelled the world with some of the best skiers and riders to discover locations with fabled histories, creating legends of its own along the way…

Warren Miller’s All Time

Warren Miller’s All Time celebrate the birth of ski towns like Sun Valley and Aspen, icons and innovators like the original hotdoggers, and the wildest locations ever skied.

It’s the stuff dreams are made of…