Warren Miller, Skiing Documentary Pioneer, Dies at 93

Warren Miller, the adventure filmmaker who was one of the first make skiing movies, died at the age of 93 at his home on Orcas Island, Wash., according to a statement issued late Wednesday on his official Facebook page. A self-taught filmmaker, Miller made over 500 films that focused on his passion for the outdoors, and snow sports in particular. Miller’s films were a staple among the adventure set, with his annual ski feature film, which he narrated, was for many skiers was the unofficial beginning of ski season. A staple for 60 years, Miller’s films contained what he described as... ...

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