Land of 1,000 Dreams


As with any good epic, herein lies the promise of larger-than-life experiences, heroics, and twists & turns as the fantasy unfolds. “Land Of 1000 Dreams” is the 14th film in the Storm Show series, which began over a decade ago with a camera and a dream of documenting Jackson Hole’s unrivaled terrain and risk-taking athletes. Teaming up once again with the Full Room Productions crew, Storm Show’s 2014 ski/ride/adrenaline film promises to be its most adventurous undertaking to date, breaking off larger-than-life lines and first descents from the Jackson Hole backcountry and beyond.
Highlights include Derek Depiero’s first free-ski of the formidable ‘G-String,’ a 500-foot hourglass couloir with a mandatory 60+-foot air in the middle, often dreamed of but never attempted. Veteran producer and snowboarder Darrell Miller revisits the Billygoat Couloir, a.k.a. Lightning Bolt, first ridden in 2003 but never repeated, until now. Ripping fem-shredders Kelly Halpin & Elizabeth Koutrelakos shows us how it’s done on the steeps of Cody Peak, and ski legend Jeff Leger continues his death defying swan dives off of the biggest cliffs that Jackson Hole has to offer.
Get your ski-flick fix and dream BIG with Storm Show’s 2014 film, “Land Of 1000 Dreams!” World premiere November 7, 2014 at Snow King Resort in Jackson, Wyoming.



Frosty Flakes





The flakes are falling fast and piling high in Storm Show’s 2013 ski/ride/adrenaline film, Frosty Flakes. Veteran producers Darrell Miller and Ryan Halverson have brought to the table a deliciously tasty serving of big mountain lines and powdery entertainment. Storm Show captures the true essence of teamwork and camaraderie by showcasing a crew where the athletes and filmers are one and the same. This year they’re sending it bigger than ever and bringing you more hard-hitting, action-packed, must-see shredding from the Jackson Hole backcountry and beyond! Frosty Flakes is real and raw, top-level skiing and riding that is sure to leave your mouth watering for Winter 14’!