Imagination Ski Video by Sherpas Cinema Giving new meaning to off-piste skiing Sherpas Cinema producer Dave Mossop and skier Tom Wallisch put together a new urban ski video to honor the original JP Auclair street ski segment from All.I.Can. This time shot in Nelson, BC – just a short drive from Rossland where Mossop shot the original JP Auclair segment…. Read More
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Welcome to Off-Piste Magazine’s home of backcountry ski movies, ski movie trailers and related mountain films for your viewing pleasure. This where you will find ski movie trailers, webisodes and all the various mountain and adventure film clips that we believe are worth viewing.
Sherpas Cinema giving new meaning to off-piste . . . Sherpas Cinema, well known for their ski films, Into the Mind and All I Can, has a teaser for a new urban ski shred film called Imagination. The work pays tribute JP Auclair and the Rossland ski clip from the film All I Can. Sounds like the full cut will be out 10/29. Stay… Read More
The Time Within – DPS Shadow Campaign More dreamy footage of powder skiing in Japan from the team at DPS – here is The Time Within – Episode II of the DPS Shadow Campaign. Powder skiing in Japan in ultra-slow motion . . . Here are the official words from DPS: As a light snow begins to fall… Read More
As Promised, here’s Episode 1: The Space Within – the first installment of four DPS Cinematic Short Films. And here’s the official word from the DPS team: Exploring the tidepools of a deserted tropical beach, a young boy finds a mysterious treasure washed upon the rocks. ‘The Space Within’ whispers of another world, holding magic unlike anything he has seen… Read More
DPS Skis has just announced Volume IV of their ‘”Shadow Campaign” Film Series. As usual we can look forward to four new films. This year, the DPS Cinematic crew traveled to Kyrgyzstan, Japan and Alaska in search of adventure on snow. Individual episodes are scheduled for release on the third Thursday of September, October, November and December of 2017 –… Read More
It’s that time of year again. September is knocking at the door and the ski movie trailers are here to distract us from our precious workday schedules . . . Here’s what TGR has to say about their latest ski movie, Rogue Elements: Since the dawn of time, everything that has lived and breathed on this planet has been subject to… Read More
The 20th annual Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival kicks off on Feb 10 in Vancouver, BC. Check out the trailer . . . get all the details from VIMFF
Backcountry Ski Humor: Shit Skier Girls Say: Backcountry Edition Shit Skier Girls Say: Backcountry Edition from Unicorn Picnic Productions on Vimeo.
Xavier De Le Rue was tired of big production ski videos and embarked on a little DIY project with the hopes of more skiing and less computer time. Here’s a short clip skiing a couloir on the Mont Blanc Massif. The line and skiing are cool for sure, but check out the FatMap tool that they use to plan and… Read More
DPS Cinematic – Gone Big Zack Giffin has led many lives. The quintessential powder bum that went big on skis became a professional athlete, then went even bigger to become a co-host of the television show Tiny House Nation and a national leader in the tiny house movement. But once you’ve gone big, how do you stay true to the… Read More
Tantalus Range Ski Stoke Pure ski stoke from the Tantalus Range in British Columbia’s Coast Mountains. An all-star cast of big mountain riders including Kye Petersen, Athan Merrick and Pep Fujas shred like only pros can shred.
DPS Cinematic – Genesis Check out the latest in the DPS Cinematic project of short ski films – Genesis. The crew heads for Alaska’s famed Chugach Range, rising above the rain-soaked primordial forest of lower elevations and rising into the peaks that inspired big mountain skiing. The all-star cast of skiers features Zack Griffin, Santiago Guzman and Piers Solomon. Five minutes of big mountain bliss and… Read More
Guilt Trip – Skiing Greenland Mountains, snow, skiing, travel; it’s a seductive combination. Anyone who has travelled afar for adventure or sat in a helicopter or on snowmobile to access a hut or ski terrain has likely heard the voices questioning the value and the bigger picture contribution to climate change. It’s difficult not to think about it at some level. Modern… Read More
A Skier’s Journey – Crossing Home The final episode of A Skier’s Journey – Crossing Home – follows Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots to British Columbia’s Coast Mountains for a reflective look at the idea of home. Life on the road ultimately points towards where one started and, for Coots, Sayers and Manley, the start is British Columbia. Embarking on a three-week expedition,… Read More
Dry Skiing And now for something completely different . . . dry skiing at its most extreme. While we digest the recent election and look forward to deep winter days, here’s a dose of creative mountain culture energy. Leave it to the Euros to take rock skiing to new levels. I can’t believe they are not wearing elbow pads and… Read More