McConkey and Days of My Youth production powerhouse MSP Films debuts latest groundbreaking ski film

Following on the heels of the award-winning films McConkey and Days of My Youth, MSP Films’ newest feature film – Fade To Winter – highlights the top athletes of today and their unfaltering dedication to the sport of skiing. Even when faced with challenging weather and conditions, MSP’s all-star cast of skiers dug deep within themselves to find the best in each experience. “It is just skiing, after all,” says executive producer Murray Wais, “and this roster of skiers that we’ve assembled for Fade To Winter takes the same pleasure in a day on the hill as you or I do.”

MSP’s 23rd annual ski film focuses on fun, because that is what skiing is all about – first-timers and professionals alike share that same mentality. Whether chasing deep powder in Japan, ripping with local groms in New England, searching for new lines in Alaska, or building backcountry jumps in Iceland, every aspect of this compelling new film showcases the inner spirit of every skier’s burning desire to get out on the snow.

The film’s athletes – many of whom are new to the MSP roster this year – bring a variety of skiing styles to the film. Michelle Parker, Markus Eder, Bobby Brown, Mark Abma, Tanner Rainville, Aaron Blunck, James Heim, Sean Jordan, PK Hunder, and others make up the all-star cast.

Fade To Winter will debut at the Paramount Theatre in Denver, Colorado on October 10, 2015, kicking off a worldwide film tour.

MSP’s ultra progressive camera techniques, editing, and production value have earned them many prestigious awards, including 2007, 2008, and 2014 Emmy nominations and an unprecedented seven “Movie of the Year” honors.

ASJ is proud to profile Fade To Winter athlete Michelle Parker in Issue 87 (Oct/Nov 2015). Read Michelle’s profile here.

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