The best ski movies of the year

Griffin Post earned a nod in our Ski Movie Awards. Fan favorite results are now up, too. Mark Fisher

Ski Movie Awards
Snowboard Movie Awards
Fan Vote

We took an alternative approach to naming the best ski and snowboard films of the year -- you can see our top choices in the categories below. We left the more traditional awards up to you -- letting readers vote for their favorite film, best male and female performances, cinematagraphy and other awards. And now, you can see the final results of that reader poll on our Fan Voting Page.

Ski movie most likely to make you want to eat a bowl of chili
The award goes to the hunger-inducing and extremely relatable "Prime Cut," by East Coast-based Meathead Films.
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Best ski biopic that's not entirely ego-centric
The award goes to Oakley's "The Ordinary Skier," starring the surprisingly human Seth Morrison. Award »

Most unreal tricks crammed into a single ski movie
The award goes to Bobby Brown, Simon Dumont and others for their performance in Poor Boyz Productions' "The Grand Bizarre." Award »

Breakthrough performances by two skiers you might never have heard of before
The award goes to Todd Ligare and Griffin Post, for their skiing in Teton Gravity Research's "One for the Road." Award »