“The story of man vs. mountain is one that has captured our imaginations for centuries. But what if MSP flipped the script? What if, instead of focusing on the human element, we took a closer look at the mountains themselves?”

Digging the concept of this new film project by Matchstick Productions that highlights iconic ski zones rather than the athletes shredding them. Zones include California’s Sierra Mountain Range and Utah’s Wasatch Range among others. The film debuts in Crested Butte on October 7th and will appear in various mountain towns across the west. MORE INFO HERE.

The story of man vs. mountain is one that has captured our imaginations for centuries. But what if MSP flipped the script? What if, instead of focusing on the human element, we took a closer look at the mountains themselves?

That’s the premise of The Land of Giants, a new ski film that explores the most iconic mountains on Earth. From the Fjords of Norway to the spines of Alaska, we will get to know and understand the canvas that creates the most mind-melting moments in skiing. But most importantly, we’ll come to appreciate their sheer beauty and power. Captured with revolutionary cinematography combined with genre bending music, The Land of Giants is not to be missed.

The Land of Giants features the best skiers in the world, skiing unbelievable conditions and riding to the very edge and beyond. It’s a celebration of the natural world, and a reminder of the power of the human spirit. It’s a film that will leave you awestruck, inspired, and humbled. Join us on this journey into The Land of Giants.

The crew at Matchstick filmed in the most iconic and beautiful ranges skiers dream of. Our “Cast” of mountains are:

-Smoky Range, ID

-Chilkat Range, AK

-Niseko Range, Japan

-Sierra Mountain Range, CA

-Lyngen Alps, Norway

-Wasatch Range, UT

-Fitzsimmons Range, BC

-Kitimat Range, BC

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