2013′s Best Ski Films: Read Freeskier’s review of Level 1′s “Partly Cloudy”
Hundreds of stoked fans filled Denver, CO’s City Hall event center last night for the world premiere of Level 1′s fourteenth feature film, Partly Cloudy. They didn’t leave disappointed, thanks to Level 1′s signature blend of top notch urban skiing, big lines, bottomless powder shots and awe-inspiring terrain park segments. Look out for excellent performances from Will Wesson, whose opening segment dropped several jaws; Adam Delorme and his smooth, buttery style in the backcountry; the Real Skifi crew, who perhaps earned the biggest roar from the crowd; Parker White, whose big-mountain prowess is on display yet again; Wiley Miller and his ability to make stomping technical tricks off gnarly, natural features look easy as pie; and Chris Logan who earned the ender seg’. The bottom line: Partly Cloudy is 58 minutes of pure shred euphoria and a must-watch for all skiers.
About the author:
Donny O'Neill hails from the mystical, faraway land of New Hartford, CT. When he's not in the mountains searching for Big Foot, he's the Associate Editor here at Freeskier.