Warren Miller: 'Flow State' on screen Nov. 3 in Richland

Dori O'Neal, Herald staff writerOctober 26, 2012 

Warren Miller Entertainment is famous for coming up with the coolest ways to provide eye candy for skiing and snowboarding adventures.

Miller does it again this year with the adrenaline-fueled film Flow State, which comes to town Nov. 3 in the auditorium at Chief Joseph Middle School in Richland.

"Flow State is a place of such singular focus and connection with the environment that the faster you ride, the slower time passes," said Nancy Richter of Entertainment Media.

What that means is snow warriors chomping at the bit for the white powder to fall will get their fix watching this film.

The film takes skiers to the top of the world's most striking peaks in Norway's Arctic region, Austria, California, Switzerland, Japan, Colorado, Utah, Alaska and beyond.

Skiing legend Jonny Moseley narrates the film, which showcases the styles and daredevil antics of such celebrated skiers as Colby West, Chris Davenport, Jess McMillan and David Wise. Also featured in the movie will be Olympic gold medalist Ted Ligety, Julian Carr, Jackie Paaso and Chris Anthony.

So buckle up, ski bums, Richter advised, because Miller's 63rd annual ski and snowboard film will take you into the zone, the moment, the groove.

The film will have two showings at 6 and 9 p.m. Tickets cost $18 and include a free lift ticket to White Pass this winter as well as vouchers for buy-one-get-one lift tickets to Big White, Silver Star, Sun Peaks and Whistler Blackcomb. All ticket holders also receive one free hot wax on skis or snowboards at Sporthaus in Kennewick.

Tickets are available at Sporthaus, 326 N. Columbia Center Blvd., online at www.ticketfly.com or by calling 877-435-9849. Group rates also are available by calling 800-523-7117.

*Dori O'Neal: 582-1514; doneal@tricityherald.com

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