LAND OF 1,000 DREAMS - 2014
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 - 2013
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’!
MOST WANTED - 2012
The most wanted big mountain lines in Jackson Hole are in Storm Show’s 2012 ski/ride/A+dream-a-line film, “Most Wanted”. New to the line-up this year, veteran Storm Show producer Darrell Miller has teamed up with Full Room Productions’ Ryan Halverson, bringing you more hard-hitting, action-packed, gnar-shredding from the Jackson...
...Hole backcountry. The usual suspects are joined by some new bloods, showing us why they’re among the best riders in the West, and proving that there’s never a bad snow year in Jackson Hole!
Hold onto your hat and get your ski-flick fix with Jackson Hole’s premiere ski film production of “Most Wanted”!Highlights include: Jason Elms and crew exploring deeper into the Wind River Range, another dream day out on the North Shore, unbelievable avalanche footage, Travis McAlpine and crew heading north to find the goods in Alaska, and of course all your classic Jackson backcountry lines being skied hard at “low tide”.
ACTION JACKSON - 2011
Storm Show’s 2011 ski/ride adrenaline film promises to be its most adventurous undertaking to date. The record books were shattered with over 700 inches of snowfall having blasted the Teton Range of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. As to be expected, big lines go down...
...one after another, guys & girls alike… On display is the deepest of deep that will make your pants soggy, and massive cliff hucking that you can watch safely from your couch.
Highlights include Jeff Leger’s legendary 80 foot swan dives, and Adam Osgood’s 100 foot double-front flips… Also in the running is Derek Depiero’s first un-roped descent of Birdbrain Couloir in the Jackson Hole backcountry, and Travis McAlpine & Darrell Miller’s first descent of the disgustingly exposed Nomad Couloir. Yes, 2011 was one for the record books, and Action Jackson is the ski film that proves it…Epic!
MILLER'S THRILLER - 2010
The latest and greatest from Storm Show Studios is of course our 10 year anniversary retrospective, “Miller’s Thriller”. Check out the best shots, lines, stunts and falls we have experienced over the last 10 years, including the early 90’s of how producer Darrell Miller created the Storm Show franchise...
Complete with interviews of leading characters in Storm Show films, and behind-the-lines rundown of the scariest & happiest moments we’ve experienced in the Jackson Hole backcountry. Don’t be left out in the cold, get yer winter fix with Miller’s Thriller!
MAGIC MOMENTS - 2009
Magic Moments is Storm Show’s 9th feature-length mountain film, following in the footsteps of their award-winning ’08 film, 600 Inches (2009 Cold Smoke Awards: Best Line, Best Hairball, Best Overall Awards). Indulge in the face shots of the Storm Show crew as they bask in the heavenly depths of endless powder days, waist deep for weeks on end...
Follow stuntman/speed-flier Matt Combs as he skis and soars off of previously untamed lines that end in massive cliffs and certain death. Death-defying skier Mike Tierney continues to stack up first descents on the exposed faces of Cody Peak, skiing the “Talk Is Cheap” face and launching into “Central Couloir”, a feat only previously accomplished with a rope rappel. Seasoned veterans Andrew Whiteford and Ryan Vanlanen show why they’ve devoted their lives to the eternal powder search. These moments are magical, they belong to us all…
600" - 2008
In Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the relentless winter of 2008 left its mark as one of the snowiest in recorded history, with over 600” of the fluffy white gracing the rocky range of the Tetons. The incredible snowfall total of 600” was double that of the drought-stricken 300” winter of 2007. That said, the sequel was born…
Indulge in the face shots of the Storm Show crew as they bask in the heavenly depths of endless powder days, waist deep for weeks on end. Follow stuntman/speed-flier Matt Combs as he launches off of 500 foot cliffs, and flies away with the aid of his trusty paraglider. Death-defying skier Mike Tierney continues to stack up first descents on the exposed faces of Cody Peak, with multiple gigantic airs in the no-fall-zone of Igneous Rocks Couloir. Seasoned veterans Rob Kingwill and Johnny Recchio show why they’ve devoted their lives to the eternal powder search.
The winter of ‘08 was one for the record books, the season that we all dream about, it was 600 inches...
300" - 2007
The Storm Show crew has persevered the drought-ridden 300” winter of 2006-07. Dwindling snowfall across the country may have hampered the efforts of some, but Jackson’s local skiers and riders show that they will never be victim to circumstance. Less snowfall has equated to steeper, rockier, and more exposed lines-- the stuff Jacksonites live for…
Storm Show breaks away from their traditional JH ski films by traveling around the globe to locales such as France, Alaska, and British Columbia. Stuntman Matt Combs continues to break new ground with the emerging sport of speed-flying: skiing exposed lines that end in certain death, with the only escape being his trusty paraglider, which he flies away in a 007-style only he can deliver.
300 inches, it’s what you make of it…
TRIAL & AIR - 2006
With over 500 inches of snow pounding the Teton Range of Jackson Hole in 2006, the Storm Show crew has pulled out all the stops and delivered their sixth award-winning film (Cold Smoke Awards, April 2006). Hold tight to your seats in the comfort of your own living room as Jackson’s premier skiers & riders take to the skies...
...and leave troughs in their wake of chest deep powder. Tired of the same old helicopter angles? Check out Storm Show’s approach to sky-high footage: Tandem paragliding over skiers & riders as they drop the gnarliest of lines; now that’s environmentally friendly aerial footage. And the big daddy of them all: Matt Combs’ soon-to-be world famous shot of a 300 foot ski-basejump high in the Tetons. Watch as he out runs an avalanche and throws his chute moments before the white dragon is to overcome him.
FALLING FORWARD - 2005
The Storm Show crew has raised the stakes and reaped the goods for their 2005 film release. Jackson’s premiere skiers and riders navigate their way through death-defying exposure, ridiculously big airs, and dangerously deep powder. At the end of the day it’s all smiles & high-fives. This is Falling Forward defined...
Filmed in digital, high definition, and 16mm formats, Falling Forward showcases the spectacular Jackson Hole area including the Teton, Gros Ventre, Wind River, and Snake River mountain ranges like you‘ve never seen before.
The Falling Forward trailer won Best-line at the 2005 Cold Smoke Awards in Bozeman, Montana. This is the first of much acclaim to be had in the coming year as “FF” takes the center stage of big mountain descents..
SLEEPING GIANTS - 2004
“Sleeping Giants” is Storm Show Studios’ 2004 movie release following in the footsteps of their previous films, “LOCS”, “Whoopee”, and the award winning “The Precious”, voted Top 10 Video of 2004 in Powder Magazine. Storm Show’s latest production promises to be it’s best to date in terms of editing, cinematography, and most importantly...
...pant-shitting lines. The “Sleeping Giants” trailer recently won Best-line and Best Overall Video at the Cold Smoke Awards in Bozeman, Montana. This is the first of much acclaim to be had in the coming year as “SG” takes the center stage of big mountain descents. “Sleeping Giants” shows us once again why the Jackson Hole backcountry is the supreme being of North American skiing and riding. Highlights include insane helmetcam footage of the some of the gnarliest terrain ever explored on skis or snowboard. “Sleeping Giants” will kick off an extensive movie tour after it’s World Premiere in Jackson, Wyoming, September 2004. Available exclusively on DVD.
Featuring skiers and riders Bryan Iguchi, Mike Tierney, Joel Tate, Jessica Baker, Jason Elms, Scott Bauer, Jamie Sundberg, Matt & Jeff Annetts, Rajat Bhayani, Phil Jones, and other Giants…
THE PRECIOUS - 2003
The place to ski in 2003 was Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Pummelling storms followed by blue sky days gave passage to lines that hadn’t been skied in years, if ever before. THE PRECIOUS showcases local skiers and riders negotiating technical lines and first descents in the Jackson Hole backcountry...
The Precious is not a heli-skiing movie, it’s athletic backbone is not composed of big-name hollywood riders. In stay of the hype, Storm Show’s 2003 movie release features a soulful group of Jackson locals skiing big-mountain lines with big consequences, simply to get it out of their system, and have one less line to haunt them at night.
Highlights include skier Joel Tate’s near-fatal avalanche slide, Backcountry excursions to The Cirque of The Towers in the Wind River Range of Wyoming, and classic snowboard descents of formidable Teton Peaks including Mt. Wister, The Middle Teton, and The Grand Teton.
WHOOPEE - 2002
In the 70's it was synonymous with sex. In the Teton Range of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Whoopee stands for the ethereal face shot, the roaring storm and impending dump, the nervousness before the huck, the silence in mid-air, and the feeling of accomplishment upon landing...
Whoopee features technical ski and snowboard descents in the formiddable Teton Range, including the Ford Couloir of the 13,770 ft. Grand Teton.
Whoopee is not a heli-skiing movie. It embodies the true soul of the ski-bumming lifestyle and proves that anyone can experience the essence of the sport by working for their turns. A soul-brothers' skinning show without a heli in sight. Highlights include Josh Lagdon's triple-digit huck, live musicians rabblerousing from Jackson Hole taverns, fire-dancing from the leather-clad PyroFemmes, trippy animation segments by talented local artists, and an artsy editing style like no other. Whoopee will leave you in climax, foreplay not necessary.
LOCS - 2001
The most technical skiing and riding in North America is found in a little nook and cranny in northwest Wyoming known as Jackson Hole. Boasting peaks of Himalayan intensity, Jackson Hole is home to the Teton Range, with mountains reaching over 7,000 feet fromvalley floor to summit, and skiable faces topping 65 degrees in pitch...
The Teton Range has long been considered a test piece for the world's best mountaineers. It's most recent notoriety has been the newly adopted open gate policy at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. This has given way to a new era of skiers and riders pushing limits of the impossible. Make no mistake, Jackson Hole will leave the most hardened riding veteran utterly humbled by its' sheer enormity. Fear is fuel, anything is possible here.
Locs features a core group of Jackson Hole locals and the insane terrain they call home. In addition to the biggest skiers and riders in the world today, Locs brings to light over twenty unknowns who are throwing down lines just as ugly as any of the big names being published today. Locs brings with it a live soundtrack from local DJ's King Weep, Vert-One, and Kid Thunder. Combine the live audio with the mountain mastery of the skiers and riders featured, and you have nothing short of a monumental picture destined to turn heads in the sports filming industry.
Featuring skiers and riders Micah Black, Dave Richards, Rick Armstrong, Dan Treadway, Jason Prigge, Brian Iguchi, Julie Zell, and Lance Pitman. Special appearances by debaucherist Johnny Rocker, and snowsurfer Justin Huebscher who tears up the deepest of pow on an unmounted surfboard with fins attached.