Friday, February 22, 2013

Warren Miller’s “Flow State” at View March 1 and 2

View will present Warren Miller’s ultimate ski and snowboard video Flow State on the first weekend in March. There will be two showings, one with a spaghetti dinner. On Friday, March 1 at 7 pm, come see Flow State only or come see it on Saturday, March 2 and enjoy a spaghetti dinner served from 6 pm to 7 pm, and the movie will start at 7 pm.

Immerse yourself in the Flow State with Warren Miller Entertainment and experience the ultimate winter from a lens of absolute clarity. If you saw last year’s movie, “Like There’s No  Tomorrow,” then you know you’re in for a treat.

The Flow State exists anywhere crisp winter air shocks your lungs and sunlight refracts off snowflakes. So buckle up, because Warren Miller’s 63rd annual ski and snowboard film will take you into the zone…the moment…the groove…the center…the Flow State.

Warren Miller’s Flow State guides viewers to the top of the world’s most striking peaks, taking you on an exhilarating journey across the globe to Norway, Austria, California, Switzerland and beyond. The powder in Japan will send you scrambling to tune-up your gear, the gravity in Telluride will have you scheduling an avalanche refresher course, and the steeps in Alaska will drive you to push a little harder during your next  workout. Winter is here, and it is time to enter the Flow State…where the mountain meets the mind.

Flow State showcases celebrated athletes including Colby West, Chris Davenport, Jess McMillan and David Wise. Olympic gold medalist Ted Ligety takes on Alaska’s mighty Chugach, Julian Carr bombs down Utah’s famed Wasatch, Jackie Paaso explores the Norwegian Arctic, and Chris Anthony makes Warren Miller history on 70-year-old, 10th Mountain Division ski equipment.

Once again, Warren Miller raises the bar with Flow State, offering filmgoers a magnitude of ski and snowboard action that can’t be matched anywhere else. When asked about the film, director Max Bervy said, “The Flow State is a place where the impossible becomes possible – where time slows down and a perfect moment becomes attainable. This film reveals what it is like to be completely immersed in the present…completely immersed in the snow, in the mountains, and in the enjoyment of winter.”

Flow State is sponsored by McCauley Mountain, Holly Woodworking, and the Polar Bear Ski Club. Film-only tickets on Friday, March 1 are $8. Film with spaghetti dinner tickets on Saturday, March 2 are $12 in advance or $15 the day of the show. To view the trailer and to purchase tickets online for Flow State, visit For more information or to purchase tickets by phone call View at (315) 369-6411.

--posted by Leslie Bailey, View staff

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