Professional freeskier Lynsey Dyer was fed up by the lack of female parts in ski movies, so she took it upon herself to change the perception of female skiing with her new project “Pretty Faces.”
The concept of the film came about because of her “desire to offer young girls role models and the inspiration to play outside,” she said.
The film features world-class athletes, skiing in remote locations all across the globe, but differs from normal ski movies, as it is comprised of footage from numerous film companies instead from just one or two production companies or filmmakers.
The trailer for “Pretty Faces” just dropped, so we got in touch with professional skier Rachael Burks, who appears in the film, for her insight into what this project is all about.
The teaser for “Pretty Faces” just launched; can you tell us about it?
The low-down is that it’s all Lynsey Dyer. All I know is that Lynsey got footy together from film partners like Teton Gravity Research, Salomon Freeski TV/Switchback Entertainment, Warren Miller, and others and created a beautiful trailer for the film.
What is your roll within the film?
What excites you the most about “Pretty Faces”?
That it shows a different caliber of female talent. … And this is only the trailer.
Check out Rachael and all the other ladies sending it in this trailer for “Pretty Faces.”