THE SHOW MUST GO ON

WITH WAR­REN FACE MILLER OF WIN­TER, EN­TER­TAIN­MENT KEEPS A BELOVED TRA­DI­TION ALIVE AND CON­TIN­UES TO SPREAD WAR­REN’S GOSPEL OF SKI­ING.

SKI - - THE SHOW MUST GO ON -

THIS FALL War­ren Miller En­ter­tain­ment de­buts its 69th an­nual ski film, con­tin­u­ing a tra­di­tion that the late god­fa­ther of ac­tion-sports films started decades ago. Face of Win­ter prom­ises to de­liver all that WME ski flicks have be­come known for: jaw-drop­ping scenery, adren­a­line-pump­ing ski ac­tion, and above all, an in­ti­mate look at the peo­ple and places that make ski­ing so rad.

In the fol­low­ing pages, this year’s WME ath­letes and crew pay trib­ute to War­ren, the orig­i­nal face of win­ter, and the en­ter­tain­ment legacy he leaves be­hind. Since War­ren would be the first to ad­mit that he may have bor­rowed one (or many) of his fa­mous, quirky one-lin­ers, we thought it only right to bor­row War­ren’s words in turn. Af­ter all, imi­ta­tion is the sin­cer­est form of flat­tery.

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