Warren Miller: Children of Winter

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Released 2008

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Warren Miller: Children of Winter, released in 2009, is a documentary highlighting winter sports. Produced by the Bonnier Corporation and directed by Max Bervy, this unrated film runs for approximately 113 minutes. Narrated by 1998 Olympic gold medal winner Jonny Moseley, the film features Mr. Moseley (freestyle/mogoul skier), Daron Rahlves (alpine skier), Marco Sullivan (downhill ski champion), Seth Wescott (three-time Olympic champion snowboarder), Gerry Lovez (surfer/snowboarder), and Wendy Fisher (extreme skiing, two-time world title holder) displaying their talent, framed by the natural beauty of international winter wonderlands found in Japan, Austria, British Columbia, Alaska and Iceland. This film is the 59th film in a series 62 film projects that annually celebrate winter athletes and nature's beauty. Beginning in 1950, with the first film, Warren Miller: Deep and White and currently ending with the 2011 production entitled Warren Miller: Like There's No Tomorrow, it holds its place in a series of timeless displays of athletes versus gravity, speed and agility.
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    Extreme Sports, Skiing & Snow Sports, Snowboarding, Snow & Ice Sports