people’s choice 2013-14
for 60 days viewers from all over the world watched and voted for the best in winter film, and now the winter culture has cast it’s vote!
vaya a la cumbre wins the 2014 people’s choice award.
The People’s Choice Award was presented live at the Coldsmoke Awards in Bozeman Montana, along with a substantial cash prize to Sent Productions. The Sent Productions crew poured their heart and soul into a story bridging two continents, and two generations. It is the story of legacy, and passion for snow, mountains, and creating something all your own. Tens of thousands of votes were cast, and an international community rallied behind this film with overwhelming support, laying claim to the coveted People’s Choice Award.
Ollie Nieuwland-Zlotnicki, Anton Sponar and Derek Lennon made the long journey from central Colorado all the way to Montana to the Coldsmoke Awards this January. Their efforts in the film and in the People’s Choice Contest paid off in a big way, but only after taking the opportunity to check out the riding opportunities in Bozeman compliments of Bridger Bowl.
Congratulations to Sent Productions!
at the end of the day, what this has re-affirmed to me is, why we love to ski, and how we do what ever we have to continue to ski as much as possilbe
Just in case you haven’t seen it you can watch the film here!
Voters win too – the Grand Prize!
One randomly selected voter has won the Grand Prize: a two-day, two-person cat skiing trip to Powder Mountain in Whistler, BC and $1,000 cash. Powder Mountain is one of the premiere cat skiing operations in all of Canada, and this is sure to be a trip to remember.