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 Background information
Directed by Kurt Miller
Genre Snow documentary
Length 120 minutes
Produced by Robert Beaumont
Executive Producer Bailey Pryor
Original music by Glyn M. Owen
Cinematography Chris Patterson
Production Manager Peter Coggan
featuring music by Duran Duran

Ride is a snow sports documentary film, directed by Kurt Miller and released by Shout Factory Theatre on 16 September 2003. The film features "White Lines" by Duran Duran.

About the film[]

This is a snow sports documentary film that begins with a bang, as a team of explosives experts start their day blowing away potentially lethal snow slides before skiers hit the steep slopes.

Typical of Kurt Miller's films, Ride globetrots through some of the most exotic places on Earth to capture footage of extreme snow-sporting. Among these locations are New Zealand (where a high mountain considered holy by the Maori offers some interesting downhill challenges), the North Cascades (particularly a couple of breathtaking sites accessible only by helicopter), France (where a resort harvests ski-able snow from ice-fishing), and Breckenridge, Colorado (where snowboarders bounce along the famous Breckenridge Bumps). A highlight is a ski trip in Russia, where three Americans catch a bus through a war zone to reach the top.



  • Kurt Miller - Narrator (voice)
  • Jennifer Aston - Athlete
  • Robin Courcelles - Athlete
  • Hugo Harrison - Athlete
  • Adam Schrab - Athlete
  • Luke Schrab - Athlete
  • Rob Rankin - Athlete
  • Eric Pehota - Athlete
  • Toby Dawson - Athlete
  • Sean Glynn - Athlete
  • Jim Smith - Athlete
  • Justin Van Houte - Athlete
  • Justin Patnode - Athlete
  • Barrett Christy - Athlete
  • Rob Kingwill - Athlete


  • "Frontier Meeting" - DeWolfe Music Library
  • "Big Sky" - Reverend Horton Heat
  • "Saor/Free" - Afro Celt Sound System
  • "Even Less" - Porcupine Tree
  • "Hamps Hump" - Galactic
  • "We Will Way" - Rype
  • "Jungle Funk" -  New Sense
  • "Ride" - Golden Palominos
  • "This is Love" - Melissa Ferrick
  • "Pressure Zone" - Beck
  • "A Little Groove" - The Herbaliser
  • "Mambo #5" - Lou Bega
  • "White Lines" - Duran Duran
  • "Speed of Sound" - DeWolfe Music Library
  • "Dial 463" - 7 Minds
  • "Viking" - Los Lobos
  • "Baby, You Blow My Mind" - Kurtis Mantronik
  • "Base Head" -  Corey Harris