Warren Miller Entertainment is set to screen its latest winter sports film, Like There’s No Tomorrow, at the Boulder Theater Nov. 8-13, and the movie stars three Colorado natives.
The 62nd annual installment of the ski and snowboard film series will also be screened in Denver at the Paramount Theater Nov. 16-20.
Filmgoers can catch one of the 12 Boulder shows for $22 a ticket, while each of the nine Denver screenings will cost $25 a person. Ticketholders will also receive a free lift ticket to participating mountain resorts and discounts at local ski shops. Ticketholder benefits can be found at www.warrenmiller. com.
This year’s film will be screened in more than 240 cities on its U.S. tour. 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. The world-class athletes — including Colorado natives Chris Davenport, Ted Davenport and Jake Zamansky — hit the slopes of some of the world’s most inspiring snowy landscapes, from the Himalayas in Gulmarg, India, to the southern hemisphere’s highest peak in Portillo, Chile.