Diamond Peak to offer classic Warren Miller film series


INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (Dec. 26, 2017) – Back by popular demand, Diamond Peak Ski Resort will once again host a free Retro Ski Film + Speaker Series at The Chateau at Incline Village during the 2017-18 winter.

After a successful inaugural run last winter, the Retro Ski Film + Speaker Series will again include brief presentations by local historians, filmmakers and/or former Diamond Peak employees, followed by screenings of classic ski and snowboard films including five Warren Miller films from the 1970s through the 1990s.

“We’re really happy to bring this retro ski film series back for another year,” said Diamond Peak Marketing Manager Paul Raymore. “We received great feedback after last year’s series, and everybody was asking us to do it again. So, with the support of the great folks at Warren Miller Entertainment, we’re going to be screening another five classic Warren Miller films this winter, and maybe a couple of locally-produced ski or snowboard movies as well.”

Events will begin at 5 p.m. with a brief presentation having to do with the history of skiing in Tahoe, the history of Incline Village, or other related topics. Retro ski films will start around 5:30 p.m. and run for approximately 90 minutes. The Retro Ski Film + Speaker Series is a free, family-friendly event series that will take place in the Chateau Ballroom (955 Fairway Drive, Incline Village). The Chateau will offer a no-host bar and popcorn at each event.

Schedule of events & films:

  • Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018: Warren Miller’s “Winter People” (1972) + Speaker TBD
  • Thursday, Feb. 22: Warren Miller’s “In Search of Skiing” (1977) + Speaker TBD
  • Thursday, March 1: Warren Miller’s “Snowonder” (1982) + Speaker TBD
  • Thursday, March 8: Warren Miller’s “White Winter Heat” (1987) + Speaker TBD
  • Thursday, March 15: Warren Miller’s “Steeper & Deeper” (1992) + Speaker TBD
  • Thursday, March 22: Weather makeup date or local ski/snowboard film
  • Thursday, March 29: Weather makeup date or local ski/snowboard film