Screening

About Winter

Year Released:
2011
Genres:
Documentary
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A film celebrating those who devote their lives to the mountains, Winter tells the personal stories of some of the world’s most inspiring, unusual, and astonishing athletes. From those who changed mountain sports forever, to those who literally live on the edge, they push the human spirit to the limit, and then a little further. Shot in nearly 100 locations worldwide, Winter is also a study of filmmaking in remote areas and extraordinary conditions, giving viewers a thrilling perspective of life in the extreme. Director Steve Bellamy earned a business degree at IU in 1986 and has been creating momentum ever since. His music dream led him to Los Angeles, where he gave tennis lessons to pay for his band’s studio time. He parlayed his entertainment and tennis-industry connections to found The Tennis Channel and later started The Ski Channel, The Surf Channel, and The Skate Channel. As a writer/director, his films have been selected to more than 40 global film festivals. As a musician, he has recorded five albums and written more than 1,500 songs. In 2005, Bellamy received the Distinguished Entrepreneur Award from the Kelley School of Business. For the past eight years, he has been the CEO and Chairman of Action Sport Networks. He recently was named President of Motion Picture and Entertainment at Kodak. This screening is sponsored by the Kelley School of Business. Director and IU Alumnus Steve Bellamy is scheduled to be present. (Digital Presentation)

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