Premiere! Epic Documentary, “The Ordinary Skier” to Debut on Sept. 9 in Seattle


Brace yourself. The Ordinary Skier is here.

Legendary skier Seth Morrison’s epic new documentary, presented by Oakley’s 1242 Productions and Director Constantine “CP” Papanicolaou, will be unveiled at the King Cat Theatre in Seattle, WA on September 9.

To be premiered in conjunction with Poor Boyz Production’s premiere of their own film, The Grand Bizarre, The Ordinary Skier is set to dazzle the industry.

Offering a magnificent glimpse into Seth Morrison’s present, future and storied past, the documentary – shot over two years – will certainly serve as a tribute to the brilliance of the industry innovator.

“I wanted the film to show that you can make whatever you want to out of yourself,” Seth said. “That whatever it is, if it’s driven by passion and you work hard enough, anything can happen.”

About the Film
The Ordinary Skier takes audiences to Chamonix, where Morrison delved into a new chapter of his career — ski mountaineering. In his travels around the world, he is joined by Nate Wallace and fellow Oakley athletes Pep Fujas, Sean Pettit, JP Auclair, Kye Petersen and Dan Treadway. Teaser:

Where to Get It
The Ordinary Skier will be available Fall 2011 through the following distribution outlets:

-On DVD as part of an exclusive double disk set with Poor Boyz Production’s ‘The Grand Bizarre’
-Online at
-At all retail shops worldwide serviced by WAX (formally VAS).


Date City Venue
9/9/11 Seattle, WA King Cat Theater
9/17/11 Boise, ID The Egyptian Theater
9/17/11 Montreal, QC Imperial Cinema IF3
10/1/11 Annecy France IF3 Europe
10/1/11 Ashland, OR Mountain Avenue Theater
10/4/11 Boulder, CO The Boulder Theater
10/4/11 Ogden, UT Salomon Headquarters
10/7/11 Salt Lake City, UT University Of Utah
10/7/11 St. Petersburg , Russia Podina Cinema
10/13/11 Missoula, MT The Wilma
10/14/11 Bozeman, MT The Emerson Cultural Center
10/14/11 Moscow, Russia Vozduh Club
10/15/11 Calagary, AB Freshtival
10/15/11 Helena, MT Myrna Loy Center
10/15/11 Warsaw, Poland TBA
10/21/11 Bethlehem, PA Stoketoberfest- Icehouse
10/21/11 Charlottesville, VA Newcomb Hall
10/21/11 Durango, CO Smiley Theater
10/22/11 Anchorage, AK Wilda Marsdon Auditorium
10/26/11 Edmonton, AB University of Alberta Myer Horowitz Theatre
10/27/11 Hood River, OR Skylight Theater
10/27/11 London, England Clapham Grand
10/28/11 Mt. Crested Butte, CO Mt Square Ballroom
10/29/11 Mt. Baldy, CA Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts
10/29/11 Portland, OR TBA
11/4/11 Bellingham, WA WWU
11/4/11 Keystone, CO Keystone Base Area
11/5/11 Vancouver, BC Granville 7 Cinemas
11/13/11 Whistler, BC The Longhorn Saloon
11/15/11 Boston, MA The Royale
11/17/11 New York City, NY Webster Hall
11/19/11 Lincoln, NE The Bourbon Theater
12/3/11 Los Angeles, CA Mansion Party
TBA Lake Tahoe, CA TBA

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Digitally streaming at:

About Constantine Papanicolaou:
Constantine “CP” Papanicolaou produced and directed his first film in 1999, a short documentary about four skiers jumping over a moving freight train. He went on to win best short film at X-Dance in 2006 for The Flying Cross. CP has gone on to produce and direct branded entertainment for companies such as Oakley and Red Bull. He is widely regarded as a top cinematographer and director in the action sports world, and his work has continued to garner awards.


Andrew De Lara


September 06, 2011

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