Film

Nature Is Hollywood's True Horror

In Hollywood's vision of horror, the real nightmare isn't on Elm Street—it's the cold, desolate forest itself.

Adventure Sports Have a Girl Problem

Tired of seeing great footage of female skiers left on the cutting room floor, Lynsey Dyer dove into a ski film showcasing girls who rip—and hopefully inspiring more girls to do the same.

This Ski Film Glows in the Dark

It’s only ten minutes long, but Sweetgrass Productions’ Afterglow is arguably the most cinematically profound ski movie ever made.

Yosemite's Outlaw Spirit

The birthplace of rebel climber culture is supposed to be all cleaned up and mellowed out. But as a new film shows, the outlaw spirit is alive and well.

A Storm Chaser Fact-Checks a Disaster Blockbuster

Reed Timmer gets right into the thick of huge storms for a living. We asked him to watch a new thriller featuring storm chasers and a deadly outbreak of tornadoes, and tell us how it stacks up to the...

The Best May Videos

Outside's Top 10 Videos in May. Cycling's most provocative star, a bomber core workout, and a peruvian MTB adventure. Just some of the videos you can't miss from May.

The 14 Best Things about Telluride's Mountainfilm

Okay, sure, T-Ride's annual gathering of the storytelling tribe can wax a bit earnest, but it's still one of the finest showcases of adventure filmmaking talent you'll find in America (or anywhere...

Kit Crawford on Lunafest

The co-owner of Clif Bar speaks up about the traveling women’s film festival.

The Best Adventure Films of 2013

The holidays are here, and that means one thing—lying around on the couch in a food coma, watching movies. Can't quite handle Miracle on 34th Street for the umpteenth time? Add a side dish of...

The Making of “The Armstrong Lie”

What drives Lance Armstrong? Director Alex Gibney, producer Frank Marshall, and producer Matt Tolmach talk to Outside about reexamining their role in promoting his story, and offer an answer.