• WHOOPEE – 2002

    In the 1970’s, whoopee was synonymous with sex. In the Teton Range of Jackson Hole, Whoopee embodies the carpe diem ski bum lifestyle, showing that anyone can experience the essence of the sport by working for their turns. Highlights include ski & snowboard descents of formidable Teton peaks including the Grand Teton, fire-dancing from the leather-clad Pyrofemmes, live musicians rabblerousing from local taverns, mind-spinning paragliding and kayaking, and an artsy editing style like none before. Whoopee will leave you in climax, foreplay not necessary.

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  • Magic Moments – 2009

    Magic Moments is Storm Show’s 9th feature-length mountain film, following in the footsteps of their award-winning 2008 film, 600 Inches. Indulge in the safety of your own living room as the Storm Show crew basks in the heavenly depths of endless powder days, big lines and even bigger airs. Follow stuntman/speed-flier Matt Combs as he skis and soars off of previously untamed lines that end in massive and unsurvivable cliffs. 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, Ryan Vanlanen, and Lindsey Dyer show why they’ve devoted their lives to the eternal powder quest. These are the Magic Moments we dream of, ready for the willing.
    *2009 Powder Video Awards: Lynsey Dyer, Best Female Skier.

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  • 300 Inches – 2007

    Jackson Hole only got 300 inches of snow over the ‘06-07 season (insert whining here). 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 in the sport of speed-flying: skiing exposed lines that end in certain death, with the only escape being his trusty paraglide. 300 inches, it’s what you make of it!

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  • The Precious – 2003

    The place to ski in 2003 was Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Pummeling 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. Proudly proclaiming, this is not a heli-skiing movie or jib-flick, 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 core group of Jackson locals skiing and riding big mountain lines with even bigger consequences, simply to get it out of their system, and have one less line to haunt them at night.
    *Powder Magazine’s Top 10 Ski Films of 2003

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  • Land of 1000 Dreams – 2014

    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. Storm Show’s 2015 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.

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  • 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. Highlights include Jason Elms and crew exploring deeper into the Wind River Range, another dream day on the North Shore, Travis McAlpine’s unbelievable avalanche escape, Josh Mandel and crew heading north to find the goods in Alaska, and classic Jackson backcountry lines being skied hard at low tide. 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!

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  • 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 offering of big mountain lines and powdery entertainment. The Storm Show crew is back at it and going bigger than ever, bringing you more hard-hitting, action-packed, gnar-shredding from the Jackson Hole backcountry and beyond. Frosty Flakes is raw & real, biting off big-mountain lines before most people get up for work! Highlights include unbelievably deep Jackson Hole powder days, snowboarder Jason Elms & crew ripping sky-high lines 20-miles deep in the Wyoming backcountry, skier Derek Depiero’s comeback after a nasty skydiving accident, and newcomer Shin Bayajima showing us how it’s done with with wicked fast riding in no-fall zones. Also on display is epic skiing in the Alaska Range with Travis McAlpine, more first descents in the Tetons, and The Nose Couloir of Jackson Hole’s iconic Sleeping Indian! It’s deep, it’s big, it’s tantalizingly sweet & mouth-watering delicious. It’s Storm Show’s 2013 ski/ride/A+dream-a-line film, Frosty Flakes!

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  • 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 snowboarder Travis McAlpine’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!

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  • TOP 100 – 2020

    Storm Show’s upcoming 20th anniversary retrospective film promises to leave your mouth dry and pantswet as we recap theTop 100 death-defying ski lines over the last 20 years of exploring Jackson Hole,Wyoming’s unrivaled ski terrain. Featuring historical first descents in the Teton Range and beyond.

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