A daymaker is someone who does acts of kindness to make the world a better place. No wonder the latest Warren Miller movie is called “Daymaker.”
The iconic skier/director, who has created countless films focused on his passion for the slopes, was all about spreading the word about skiing.
“Daymaker” is Warren Miller Entertainment’s 73rd annual ski and snowboard movie. Miller, who died in 2018 at the age of 93, wanted his films to continue.
Marcus Caston, a professional skier and content creator, called from his home in Salt Lake City, “I’m still confirming that Warren Miller’s films will survive.” I am honored to be able to do it.”
“The Daymaker,” which hits the Bing Crosby Theater on Saturday, is Caston’s ninth mirror film. Caston, 34, is featured in the Entertainment segment at Snowbasin Resort in Huntsville, Utah. Caston and his skiing his one of his heroes Johnny Moseley amaze young 17-year-old skier Tyler his blocker.
“We surprised him and took him out skiing,” Caston said. “Johnny Moseley is one of my favorite skiers, so it was a thrill for Tyler and for me. I think Tyler learned a lot and it all works out in the movie. brings the energy of
The same goes for Michelle Parker and McKenna Peterson who skied Greece’s stunning Olympus Mountains on Crete, a lesser-known ski destination. A killer storm has been caught in Monashes, British Columbia. There’s also cool Alaskan footage featuring Daron Rahlves, Ryland Bell, and Cam Fitzpatrick.
For those looking for something different on the slopes, check out Pete McAfee and Dominic Davila’s unusual backcountry run.
“I think anyone who likes or is interested in skiing has something to enjoy,” Caston said. “We all love skiing and you’ll know it as soon as you watch the movie.
“I am very passionate about what I do. Skiing is my life.”
Caston is disappointed that he won’t be able to make the Spokane premiere, as six years ago he enjoyed living in the South Hills while tuning up his skis at the Spokane Alpine House.
“I loved being in Spokane,” Caston said. “I enjoyed living in South Hill.
“There was a lot to do biking and hiking. I’ve never skied Mt. Spokane, but Mt. Schweitzer was awesome. I was racing there. I remember the snow being good. .”
Custon can’t wait for snow and ski season. “Once we hit the end of October, it won’t be long before all the fun starts,” he says. “I hope the Daymaker gets people excited for the new season. Warren Miller was all about getting people excited for next season of skiing.