2012 VIDEO

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    2012 POWDER AWARDS: IN REMEBRANCE

    Powder Magagine’s Editor Derek Taylor delivers a heartfelt speech before a brief slide show remembering those we lost in 2011-2012. R.I.P. Ryan Hawks, Kip Garre, Allison Kreutzen, Howie Henderson, Jeret Peterson, Jamie Pierre, Sarah Burke. Skiing thanks you and will miss you!

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    HOTEL JEROME

    The Powder Awards returns to the historic Hotel Jerome in Aspen, CO for 2012.

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    2012 BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE: INGRID BACKSTROM

    Best Female Performance Ingrid Backstrom Attack of La Niña MSP Films After winning the award for Best Female Performance in 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009, Ingrid Backstrom saw the award go to Lynsey Dyer in 2010 and Grete Eliassen in 2011. Well, Backstrom is back. After overcoming a torn Achilles in 2010, the 31 year […]

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    2012 BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: THE ORDINARY SKIER

    Best Cinematography The Ordinary Skier 1242 Productions All.I.Can. produced some of the most artful shots in a photographic composition sense, but we gave the nod to The Ordinary Skier because of the places they took us. Seth Morrison, Nate Wallace, CP, Matty Moo Herriger, Chris Figenshau and Dave Rosenbarger took us into lines that most […]

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    2012 BEST EDITING: ALL.I.CAN

    Best Editing All.I.Can. Sherpas Cinema It’s safe to say that Dave Mossop and Eric Crossland of Sherpas Cinema like time lapses and utilizing creative camera angles, but it was how the filmmakers brought these elements together to tell a compelling, powerful story that netted the film the 2012 award for Best Editing. Mossop and Crossland […]

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    2012 BEST DOCUMENTARY: THE FREEDOM CHAIR

    Best Documentary The Freedom Chair Switchback Entertainment Switchback Entertainment’s The Freedom Chair won the award for best documentary for their inspirational film on Josh Dueck. In 2004, Dueck, then a Canadian freestyle coach, overshot a jump and was paralyzed from the waist down. The film chronicles Dueck’s transformation into one of the top sit-ski racers […]

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    2012 PHOTO OF THE YEAR – DARCY BACHA AND SAMMY CARLSON

    The 2012 Photo of the Year went to Darcy Bacha’s image of Sammy Carlson on Mount Hood. In the picture, Carlson is throwing a dub seven near the summit of the volcano at sunset. Bacha got his shot during filming for Carlson’s movie On Top of the Hood. The photo was used for the cover […]

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    2012 BEST POWDER – NOTHING ELSE MATTERS – LEGS OF STEEL

    Best Powder Tobi Reindl, Paddy Graham, Thomas Hlawitschka, and Sven Kueenle Nothing Else Matters Legs of Steel The 2010-2011 winter as all-time. It snowed around 800 inches in Tahoe and Little Cottonwood Canyon and 558 inches at Jackson Hole. So there was plenty of snow to go around for a number of Best Powder nominees. […]

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    2012 BEST MALE PERFORMANCE: SEAN PETTIT

    Best Male Performance Sean Pettit Attack of La Niña MSP Films Who said a teenager can’t be the best film skier in the world? Nineteen-year-old Sean Pettit disproves that presumption with his second Best Male Performance Powder Award. Once again, Pettit scored a long segment with MSP Films in their 2011 release, Attack of La […]

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    2012 BEST POV: J.P. AUCLAIR

    Best POV J.P. Auclair All.I.Can. Sherpas Cinema A segment that will be talked about for years, J.P. Auclair and Sherpas Cinema showed up in Trail, B.C., without a plan and created one of the most memorable segments in the history of skiing. The segment nearly went viral when released on Vimeo and was also featured […]