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Falling Forward – 2005

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The Storm Show crew has raised the stakes and reaped the goods for their 2005 film release, Falling Forward. Jackson’s premier 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 (almost) all smiles & high-fives. Filmed in digital, HD, and 16mm formats, Falling Forward showcases the spectacular Jackson Hole region including the Teton, Gros Ventre, Snake River, and Wind River mountain ranges like you‘ve never seen before.
*awarded Best Line at 2005 Cold Smoke Awards.

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    *2009 Cold Smoke Awards 3x winner: Best Line, Best Hairball, Best Overall.

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