A film by Bill Heath
Coupling the record wisdom of 100 year old physicist A.J. Snow with three years of filmmaking in deep, deep British Columbia snow, Bill Heath pointedly avoided corporate sponsorship and the accompanying norms of "extreme" shooting. He created a simple work that speaks to his own love of powder. The music, the joy and the beautifully patient photography make us aware of the expuisiteness of the gasping-for-air moments that only come from the deep and the light.