Awed and attracted
He is one of the most aggressive and talented freeskiers of our age. Born and raised in the BC backcountry, with a bloodline alive with adventure and a style carved from the landscape itself, Kye Petersen is about to blow the doors off of big mountain skiing.
Fearful yet fascinated
Numinous explores the relationships and connections with the natural world that are necessary to safely dance with mountain faces covered in snow. Tuning out and tuning in. Shot exclusively in British Columbia, Numinous follows Kye and a cadre of fellow snow-sliders into the heart of the some of the most aesthetic and demanding landscapes around.
Overwhelmed but ultimately inspired
Featuring Kye Petersen with Matty Richard, Logan Pehota, Pep Fujas, Ryland Bell, Tatum Monod, Chris Rubens, Callum Pettit, Dane Tudor, and Wiley Miller. (runtime 50 minutes)
Sept 22 / Vancouver, BC – World Premiere and Afterparty presented by Monster. Friday @ Imperial Vancouver. Doors at 8pm. Show at 9pm. 19+. TICKET LINK HERE !!!Sold Out
Sept 30 / Whistler, BC @ Maury Young Arts Centre (Millennium Place). 7pm all ages and 9pm 19+ showings. After Party at Longhorn Saloon presented by Gibbons Apres Lager. TICKET LINK HERE !!!Sold Out Both
Oct 1/ Krakow, Poland Pure Powder Tour Info Here
Oct 5 / Lake Tahoe – Homewood Resort. 6pm. TICKET LINK HERE
Oct 6 / Aspen, CO – The Meeting
Oct 7 / Ketchum, Idaho – Sturtevants Parking Lot / Doors 6pm, show at 7:30pm / $10 (ages 20 and under) – $15 (21+ includes free beer) – This is a Fundraiser for the Sawtooth Avalanche Center, so come down watch some rad film and party with a bunch of great humans raising money for a great cause
Oct 7 / Annecy, France – High Fives Festival
Oct 13 / Calgary, AB – Freshtival TICKET LINK HERE. 6:30pm all ages. 7:00 and 10:00pm 18+. Globe Cinema.
Oct 22 & 23/ Salt Lake City, UT – Screening hosted by 4frnt at Fisher Brewing. Show at 7:30pm
Oct 27 / Montreal, QC – IF3 Festival – during the 6:30-10:30pm block in the Super Open showing. Fest Tix here.
Oct 28 / Revelstoke, BC – Screening hosted by athlete Chris Rubens as fundraiser for the Capow Fund, giving back to the ski community by supporting people to further their avalanche education. Roxy Theatre. Tix – $15 at Skookum, INFO here
Nov 1 / Banff, AB – Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, The Snow Show in Eric Harvie Theatre, 7:30pm. Info here.
Nov 10 / Steamboat, CO – Steamboat Film Festival, Chief Theatre, 7:00pm. Info here.
Nov 25 / Rossland, BC – Red Mountain Resort
Nov 29 / Nelson, BC – Show at Mike’s Pub, Tix are Free. Nicolas from Dendrite will be in attendance. Event co-hosted with KMC/CMC mags. Come party and watch some beauty!
Dec 7 /Golden, BC – Hosted by Chatter Creek as a fundraiser for Golden Search and Rescue – Information coming soon
Month of Dec. / 16 Russian Cities – Russia Ski and Snowboard Festival SNOWVISION – Specific city and details Info here.
Jan. 9 / Salt Lake City, UT – Patagonia Store, 7:00pm. Kye in attendance.
Jan 10 / Chicago, IL – Patagonia Lincoln Park Store, 7:00pm. Kye in attendance.
Jan 11 / Denver, CO – Patagonia Store, 7:00pm. Kye in attendance.
Jan 12 / Pittsburgh, PA – Patagonia Store, 7:00pm. Kye in attendance.
Jan 13 / Waterbury, VT – Vermont Trailwear store, 6:30pm. Kye in attendance. Info here.
Feb 3 / Hakuba, Japan – Patagonia Store. Kye in attendance.
Feb 5 / Tokyo, Japan – Patagonia Kanda Store. Kye in attendance.
Feb 15 / Pemberton, BC – Pemberton Library.
Feb 16 / Vancouver, BC – Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, Centennial Theatre 6:30pm. Kye in attendance. Info here.
Mar 8 / San Jose, CA – Sports Basement Campbell, 6:30pm. Info here.
Mar 15 / San Francisco, CA – Sports Basement Presidio, 6:00pm. Info here.
Mar 29 / Vancouver, BC – Patagonia Store, Filmmakers in attendance.
Mar 31 / Mad River Glen, VT – Mad River Glen Bar, 3:00pm, Apres ski.
May 1 / Newport Beach, CA – Newport Beach Film Festival, 3:00pm, Edwards Big Newport Theatre #4. Info here.
May 24 / Telluride, CO – Mountain Film, 8:45pm, Basecamp Outdoor Theatre. Info here.
Jul/Aug / 4 Chile Towns – If3 Chile. Santiago, Pichilemu, Valle Nevado, Portillo. Info here.
Sep 29 / Portland, ME – Maine Outdoor Film Festival, 7:00pm, Talbot Auditorium. Info here.
Dec 17 / Colorado Springs, CO – Independent Film Society of Colorado, 7:00pm, Ivywild School Gym. Info here.
Dec 22 / Yamagata Akakura, Japan – Yamagata Akakura Ski Area, 16:00, Ra-Men Yohez. Info here.
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Introduction – Wide Open, by Olafur Arnalds and Nils Frahm
Whistler Blackcomb / Front Yard – Gimbal Track , by Jeremy Wallace-MacLean
Tantalus – Walls, by Rival Consoles
Coast Range BC – Find Dem Flaw, by Dre Island
Interior BC – Born With it, by Cedric Burnside Project
Chatter Creek – Golden BC – 1) Vision Quest, by Mob Bounce / 2) Lapis (An-Ten-Nae Remix), by David Starfire
Mt. Meager Massif – 1) Ahull, by Loscil / 2) Blu Notes Two L, by DJ Wish161
Pemberton / Back Yard – 1) Ringleader, by Public Memory / 2) Vestige (An-Ten-Nae Remix), by Pair of Arrows
Credits – Flow, by Crooked Colours
‘2017 Skier of the Year’ ( Kye Petersen ) : Freeskier Magazine, voted by peers
Powder Magazine Awards 2017
Winner: Movie of the Year
Winner: Best Post Production
Winner: Best Line (Logan Pehota)
Winner: Full Throttle (Kye Petersen)
IF3 Festival, Montreal, QC 2017
Winner: Standout Big Mountain Film Winner: Best Cinematography
Winner: Best Male Freeride Segment (Kye Petersen)
Leo Awards (BC Film Awards), 2018
Winner: Best Cinematography
Nominated: Best Post Production
High Five Festival, Annecy, France 2017
The Meeting, Aspen, CO 2017
Brescia Winterfilm, Avventura & Vita Dalla Montagna, 2017
Banff Mountain Film Festival, 2017
Russia Ski and Snowboard Festival SNOWVISION, 2017
Steamboat Mountain Film Festival, 2017
Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, 2018
Wasatch Mountain Film Festival, 2018
Newport Beach Film Festival, 2018
If3 Chile, 2018
Maine Outdoor Film Festival, 2018
“Numinous is one of those rare ski films that takes you into the heart of the action and let’s you breathe there. Long, insane, beautifully crafted action shots mixed with lingering cinema that capture all the other parts of being in the mountains: morning mist, big snows and wild storms. It’s as beautiful as it is jaw dropping. Peaceful as it is heart thumping. A must see for anyone who loves BC in winter.”
– Mitchell Scott – Editor-in-Chief, Coast & Kootenay Mountain Culture Magazine
“I think Numinous represents an ever growing change in snow sport media where the creative direction and identity is more of a collaborative effort between the skiers and the filmmakers equally. The skiers are now investing with the filmmakers and putting it all on the line to make something that truly represents themselves and the current identity of skiing in a more raw, genuine, and simple display of heart and soul than previously done, rather than stuck under somebody else’s brand or vision and merely being an actor in somebody else play. Numinous is clearly representative of the cutting edge of skiing in both talent and style on both sides of the camera and strips away the unwanted fat that other ski films fall victim of and have created something truly simple and inspiring. If you consider yourself a skier, Numinous will connect to you at the very core.”
– Blake Jorgenson, Veteran Photographer
“Numinous showcases some of the most breathtaking cinematography and balls-to-the-walls big mountain skiing in the history of ski filmmaking, while cementing Kye Petersen’s status as one the sport’s most revolutionary athletes”
– Jeff Schmuck, Editor of Forecast Ski Magazine
“Numinous is the ski movie surprise of this Season. But is it, really? I’ts the project we have been waiting for so long from Kye Petersen and the Numinous crew. It’s a breeze of fresh air in the ski-mountain films’ ecosystem. I believe that Numinous is already a classic and an important film for the sport of skiing. The locations and performance are world class and the cinematography on point. Numinous hit the sweet spot and is to me the coolest ski movie to come out in the past few years.”
– Guillaume Tessier, Veteran Cinematographer
“Thank you @banffmountainfestival! What an honor to present with so many inspired works in film and literature! The 2 standouts I was able to watch was NUMINOUS by @kyepetersen, which… my God, maybe the best riding ever…? Also INTO TWIN GALAXYS with @eboomer and his crew, psycho expedition across Greenland trying to kayak a glacial river!
– Travis Rice, Snowboarder and Filmmaker