Winter is quickly approaching and to get you in the mood, the trailers for this fall's new ski movies are coming out now. This year's batch of movies includes some of the most jaw-dropping footage we've ever seen, including urban skiing in Alaska, skiing from a boat in Antarctica, deep Japanese powder and more.
To make it easier for you, we've collected the biggest ski films coming soon to a theater near you and compiled them here in one easy-to-watch list. Here's what to watch and why you should watch, with links to the films' trailers. Check back to this page, as we'll be updating it as soon as new trailers drop.Meathead Films: "No Matter What"
A low snow year on the East Coast may it a challenge for Vermont-based Meathead Films, but they still managed to find the goods around the East Coast and with a trip to Switzerland. Trailer
Matchstick Productions: "Superheroes of Stoke"
The 20th anniversary film for Matchstick Productions, "Superheroes of Stoke" looks back at the last 20 years and the evolution of freeskiing during that time. Starring Henrik Windstedt, Cody Townsend, Ingrid Backstrom, Sean Pettit, Gus Kenworthy and more. Trailer | Premiere
The 13th film from Level 1, "Sunny" stars Tom Wallisch, Ahmet Dadali, Will Wesson, Torin Yater-Wallace, Parker White, and more, and was filmed in Idaho, Colorado, Alaska, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, Japan, Sweden and beyond. Trailer | The making of | Premiere
Teton Gravity Research: "The Dream Factory"
This year's Teton Gravity Research film was shot nearly entirely in Alaska. "This particular film is probably one of the more in-depth and sophisticated story concepts [we've ever had]," says TGR co-founder Todd Jones. Trailer | The making of | Premiere
Poor Boyz Productions: "We: A Collection of Individuals"
Poor Boyz's new film stars Bobby Brown, Dane Tudor, Banks Gilberti, Pep Fujas, Sean Pettit, Cam Riley and more and was shot at locations including British Columbia, France, Switzerland, Colorado, Washington, Alaska, Montana and beyond. Trailer | Premiere
Stept Productions: "The Eighty Six"
The eighth film from brothers Nick and Alex Martini of Stept Productions features Clayton Vila, Sean Jordan, Cam Riley, Charlie Owens, Shea Flynn, Matt Walker, Parker White and more. Trailer
JOB: "In Space"
A new freeskiing film collaboration between five independent film crews, Junkies On a Budget's new film was shot all over Europe last winter. Trailer
Inspired: "The Education of Style"
A new film from Eric Iberg, starring Phil Casabon, Tanner Hall and Henrik Harlaut. "With all of my films, it's the idea of timelessness," says Iberg. "My approach is to make something that people can watch in 10 years and still enjoy." Trailer
Warren Miller: "Flow State"
Warren Miller Entertainment's 63 annual film, "Flow State," takes you from Norway, Austria, California, Switzerland, Japan and beyond. It's hosted by Jonny Moseley and featuring athletes Colby West, Chris Davenport, Jess McMillan, David Wise, and more. Trailer
Legs of Steel: "Hurt So Good"
This year's film from Europe's LOS features athletes Bene Mayr, Paddy Graham, Jossi Wells, Sebastian Hannemann, Sam Smoothy, and more. It was filmed in British Columbia and all over Europe. Trailer
Quiksilver: "Few Words"
This Quiksilver film about skier Candide Thovex has been in the works for the last two years and was shot in the U.S., Canada, Austria, Switzerland, France, Chile and beyond. Trailer | The making of | Premiere
Two Plank Productions: "Because"
In more than two years since their last movie, Two Plank Productions returns with "Because," filmed in Japan, British Columbia, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming, and all over their home state of Colorado. Trailer
Powderwhore Productions: "Choose Your Adventure"
A backcountry ski film starring Chris Davenport, Andrew McLean, Drew Stoecklein and others that was filmed in Utah, the Antarctic Peninsula, Norway, France, Chile, Alaska, and BC. Trailer
Switchback Entertainment: "Tempting Fear"
A new, 25-minute-long documentary about Swedish ski mountaineer and extreme skier Andreas Fransson. Review