Warren Miller Entertainment brings 65th Film to CWU

Warren Miller Entertainment (WME) will be back at CWU with their 65th film, No Turning Back. The film pays tribute to the 65 years of mountain culture and adventure filmmaking that has lead WME to every end of the winter world. Outside Magazine says, “No Turning Back is a movie about fun people who dig playing outside in winter—and oh, they often happen to be doing amazing stuff on planks.”

Discovering everything winter since 1949, WME has inspired audiences to keep their snow-riding dreams alive with each yearly film release. We encourage everyone to check out the showing of No Turning Back, if you are a winter lover it will definitely get you stoked for the upcoming season and bring out your inner adventurer- and if you aren’t a winter lover, this film will surely turn you into one! So, whether you’re a skier, snowboarder, or want to get into the sports for the first time, WME never disappoints.

WME’s No Turning Back is said to be one of WME films that focuses less on being epic and more on just having fun. The film takes you to some of the most beautiful slopes in the world- from Japan to the Swiss Alps, Montana to France and more, featuring athletes Ueli Kestenholz, Chris Anthony, and Washington local Ingrid Backstrom, and more!

OPR will be hosting the No Turning Back showing here at CWU on Friday, January 9th in the SURC Theatre. There will be two showings, one at 7pm and the next at 9:30pm. Advance tickets for students and Rec Center members at $12, non-students $14, and day-of tickets will be $16. Get your tickets NOW for what’s said to be the event of the quarter at cwu.edu/tickets.

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