Warren Miller Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary with New Film
by Julie Z. Lee
On November 7, Pacific Union College presents "Fifty," the latest Warren Miller film extravaganza to hit the big screen.
"Fifty," named for Miller's fiftieth anniversary in snow-sport film-making, has already been labeled by film critics as the crown jewel of the Warren Miller collection. From the mesmerizing opening montage to the spine-tingling ending, "Fifty" takes the viewer on a rollicking ride through a dozen exotic locations.
The film will be shown at the PUC Dauphinee Chapel. The first show will begin at 7:30 p.m., and the second at 9:30 p.m. The later showing will also feature the annual snow-wear fashion show, sponsored by the Board Garden and Snowdrift in Napa. Tickets are $8 a person and are available at the PUC campus center, Palisades Mountain Bike in Calistoga, St. Helena Cyclery in St. Helena, and the Board Garden, Snowdrift, and Bicycle Madness in Napa.
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