Not much is as highly anticipated as skiing is in Sun Valley, Idaho. Yet Warren Miller’s beautiful and invoking movies which strive to capture the essence of skiing are a close second. It has been 67 years since Warren Miller attempted to capture the excitement, the adventure, and the soul of skiing and snowboarding. Miller has made 55 films over his career, and although he is no longer currently directing these films, they still contain the same message which Miller began his career upon.
Since Miller first began his quest to demonstrate the wonders of snow sports to the world, his crew has traveled the globe seeking out the most stunning and gnarly slopes out there. Their travels have taken them far and wide, and at times it seems as if there are no more mountains for them to summit, lands to conquer or slopes to shred.
Yet Miller’s newest film, Warren Miller Here, There, and Everywhere promises to be one of his best movies yet. Take a wild freeskiing journey with ski legends Wendy Fisher and Ingrid Backstrom in Crested Butte, tour the rugged, stunning terrain of Eastern Greenland by dogsled, then experience an enchanting Swiss holiday aboard the Glacier Express. Explore the glacier backcountry of Montana, and catch big air at Fenway Park! The crew takes the audience on a transcending voyage throughout all of these incredible destinations, and many more.
Warren Miller Entertainment gives the audience a special treat this year, as Warren Miller himself nostalgically reminisces about his youth, traveling the world and finding the hidden, snowcapped corners of the Earth.
And best of all, Here, There, and Everywhere is coming to Sun Valley on December 28th and 29th! Warren Miller’s movies are an annual tradition here in the valley and are a time when the whole community comes together to watch the thing that they love most. The movie will be shown at the iconic Sun Valley Opera House. Is there any better place to watch a movie about skiing? I dodn’t think so. Narrated by John Mosely, Here, There, and Everywhere has an incredibly important message, one which is currently socially pertinent. The movie emphasizes the importance of maintaining our world’s natural beauty, which is currently being diminished at an alarming rate. This film reminds us of the incredible world which surrounds us, and well, I guess it is fair to say that we get taken Here, There, and Everywhere.