It’s producer Travis Julia’s annual stocking stuffer for the town.

Thanks to Julia, Warren Miller‘s latest film is scheduled to be screened in its annual pre-Xmas slot, December 23, at the Sheridan Opera House. Show times are 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. It’s a must-see event for the entire family.

Last year’s film, “Wintervention,” featured locals Hillaree and Brian O’Neill. No such luck this year. “…Like There’s No Tomorrow” does, however, include boarder cross gold medalist Seth Westcott, who returns to Telluride regularly. (Click on each related link and listen to our interviews with the O’Neills and Seth.)

When Seth was in town for the recent World Cup event in Mountain Village, Travis convinced him to sign a bunch of posters for door prizes at the Warren Miller event, along with lots of swag from event sponsors BootDoctors and Paragon.

The prose on Miller’s website describing “…Like There No Tomorrow” is positively breathless:

“The pressure’s off. No one’s watching. It just you, your boards, and the mountain. The weather has broken and the snow is untracked. The only sound is that of your breath crystalizing in the winter air. There’s only one place to go, but there’s an infinite number of ways to get there. Adjust your gear, take a deep breath, and . . . like there’s no tomorrow…”

“…Like There’s No Tomorrow” is a celebration of these Kodak moments. The film stars Chris Davenport, Daron Rahlves, Colby West, Andy Mahre, Julia Mancuso, Seth and other Masters of Fresh Pow as they drop into the runs most of us see only in our dreams – or nightmares – depending on your relationship with gravity, air-obics, helicopters, and winter.

John Moseley hosts “… Like There’s No Tomorrow,” shot on location in Colorado, Utah, California, New Zealand, Chile, Alaska and British Columbia.

Tickets, $15, are available at Wizard Entertainment and at the door 30 minutes prior to each show time.

For more information email or call Travis Julia 970-708-4767,


Watch the trailer.


NOTES (click “Keep reading” to get to the podcast with Seth):

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