Opinion & Editorial
Last Light is a unique and breathtaking short film from Colorado-based winter filmmakers Sweetgrass Productions. While many skiers and riders are familiar with the group's longer backcountry adventure epics Signatures and this season's heralded release Solitaire, Last Light is a lesser-known short film shot and edited by Sweetgrass Producer Ben Sturgulewski.
The film Last Light, sponsored in part by Patagonia, long famous for their support of environmental based adventure projects, was shot in Spring 2011 in Haines, Alaska as well as in Glacier Bay National Park.
The skiing off-season can be a bummer for the avid skier dying to be on the slopes once again, however, now is the perfect time to find some great steals on equipment and lift tickets in advance of the 2011-12 Winter.
As a journalist covering the Vancouver Olympics, my sole focus centered on headlines made by athletes through their achievement in competition.
To me, the Olympics are about Sidney Crosby, gold medals, fastest times and country pride – there is no room for uniforms in my Olympic equation. I’m simply not interested in the correlating couture.