Do you need some winter inspiration? Do you love the iconic ski and snowboard films produced by Warren Miller Entertainment? We thought so. Here's your chance to win a pair of ticket vouchers to the Friday, November 18, showing of the company's latest -- and 62nd annual -- flick,...Like There's No Tomorrow
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Just tell us in the comments section below about the first Warren Miller film you ever saw and what, if anything, it meant to you. The best story, as judged by Westword, wins. Remember to submit a real e-mail address so that we know how to contact you; the contest closes at 5 p.m. Thursday, November 17.
And remember, these are VOUCHERS, which means you need to show up half an hour before the show to claim your actual tickets (normally $25 each).
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The movie opens tonight at the Paramount, where it will be shown through November 20. Here's more info on the film, courtesy Warren Miller Entertainment:
Narrated by Olympic Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley, Like There's No Tomorrow follows more than a dozen professional skiers and snowboarders to exotic locations on five continents. Watch as world-class athletes hit the slopes of some of the world's most inspiring snowy landscapes; from the striking Himalayas in Gulmarg, India to the southern hemisphere's highest peak in Portillo, Chile to the rugged terrain of New Hampshire's Mount Washington.
Come celebrate the moments that make up a perfect winter by watching these athletes drop lines from the most legendary peaks and learn, frame-by-frame, how to live . . . Like There's No Tomorrow.
Like There's No Tomorrow is your annual reminder that winter is on its way and, with it, an adrenaline-fueled dance with gravity. "We welcome winter with everything we've got," explains the film's director and producer, Max Bervy. "Because, while there's always a tomorrow, there are only so many dawns with fresh snow."