Warren Miller ski film begins UK tour

13th November 2012, by Abi Butcher

Jackie Paaso in Svalbard, Norway. Photo: Alex Witkowicz

Jackie Paaso in Svalbard, Norway. Photo: Alex Witkowicz

Extreme skier Chris Davenport is one of a host of top winter sports athletes featuring in the Warren Miller’s latest ski movie, Flow State, which premieres in London on Thursday (15 November).

Flow State is Warren Miller Entertainment’s 63rd film. It takes viewers around the globe from Japan to Telluride, Alaska to Austria, to Norway, Switzerland and even California.

Along with Chris, other skiers and boarders featured in the film include Olympic gold medal-winning alpine skier Ted Ligety, who takes on Alaska’s mighty Chugach, the “Flying Yeti” Julian Carr, who bombs down Utah’s famed Wasatch, and pro US “big mountain” skier Jackie Paaso exploring the Norwegian Arctic.

“This film reveals what it is like to be completely immersed in the present…completely immersed in the snow, in the mountains, and in the enjoyment of winter,” says the film’s director Max Bervy.

“The Flow State is a place where the impossible becomes the possible.”

The film started a UK tour last night (Monday) in Oxford, moving on to Bristol tonight and London on Thursday. Flow State will embark on a nationwide tour of the UK, with screenings often running for night only in each town, ending at Poole Lighthouse on 10 January 2013.

The film tour is sponsored by Nissan Navara, Ski Lake Tahoe, Virgin Holidays, The Independent, K2 and the Ski Club of Great Britain — and goodie bag giveaways are promised during every interval. Every ticket holder will also receive a ski lock, worth £9, when the see the film.

Tickets are on sale now, visit warrenmiller.co.uk for more.


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