Start at zero, and go to hero! Buckle up and get ready to fly as Storm Show’s 2016 ski/ride/adrenaline film takes to the skies! Jackson Hole’s premier skiers and riders are sending it bigger than ever before off massive cliffs and neck-deep powder. Highlights include rocket-biker Xan Grayson riding 80mph wheelies through the streets of downtown Jackson, Jeff Leger hucking his meat without a parachute off of 100 foot cliffs, and Jessica McMillan skiing the deepest powder in Wyoming. Zero 2 Hero will melt your eyebrows with non-stop action and a killer custom soundtrack to match! Get your ski flick fix with Storm Show’s Zero 2 Hero!
Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s homegrown movie-house, Storm Show Studios celebrates their 15th anniversary ski/ride/adrenaline film with “Cliff Hanger”!
Destined to become another classic Jackson Hole ski film from veteran producers Darrell Miller & Ryan Halverson. Featuring your favorite Storm Show stuntmen & women including Derek Depiero, Rajat Bhayani, Jason Elms, Rob Kingwill, Dave Van Ham, Halina Boyd, Kelly Halpin, Daniel Tisi, and many other ripping shredders.
Highlights include harrowing first ski descents in the Jackson Hole backcountry, major peaks of the Teton Range, neck-deep powder in Hakuba, Japan, and Wind River’s Gannet Peak, the highest peak in Wyoming! Get your ski-flick fix for the impending winter season with Storm Show/FRP’s “Cliff Hanger”!
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, pant-shitting lines go down one after another. On display is the deepest of deep that will leave your pants soggy, and massive cliff hucking that you can watch safely from your couch. Highlights include Jeff Leger’s legendary swan dives and Adam Osgood’s double-front flips off 100-foot cliffs, Derek Depiero’s first un-roped descent of Birdbrain Couloir in the Jackson Hole backcountry, and snowboarder Travis McAlpine’s first descent of the nauseatingly exposed Nomad Couloir. 2011 was one for the record books, and Action Jackson is the film that proves it. Simply epic!