Skiers and snowboarders know Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as the home of a world-famous ski resort renowned for its steep and challenging terrain. There is much more to Jackson Hole than meets the eye, however, and the film “One Day in Jackson Hole” captures just about everything. Or we’ll assume it does. The full-length film isn’t due out until April, but the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival just posted a small taste of the film in this teaser. It offers a nice perspective of the town mostly associated with skiing and snowboarding by showing us its activities on 12-12-12:
A team of 45 filmmakers and more than 700 participants were involved in producing this special film by the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival staff and the Jackson Hole community.
The project was in partnership with One Day on Earth: 12-12-12, and will be “an integral element in the global ‘digital time capsule’ and part of the story created by the One Day on Earth project,” according to its Vimeo post.
If the trailer is impressive, we can only imagine how good the entire film will be.