Baby, it sure is cold outside! This winter parts of the U.S. are seeing temperatures lower than usual by as much as 25 degrees Farenheit. And fans of the U.S. National Football League are watching some of the coldest games in football history. But there are positive sides to the cold as well. Low temps make way for some of the most winter fun possible: winter sports! And with the Sochi Olympics only weeks away, we figured it was a good time to round up the Top 5 Winter Sport movies.
Awesome animation is used to tell the story of a traditional community in Canada. A neighboring town’s hockey team comes to play Wapos Bay. Will teamwork help them win? Lots of lessons to be learned in the family-friendly Wapos Bay web series.
The amazing, true story of Casey Puckett, who battles injury and long odds to compete in numerous Olympic Games – including the 2010 winter games in Vancouver. After retiring from alpine racing, Puckett finds that the new extreme sport Skier Cross suits his talent perfectly. A selection at the Heartland Film Festival.
A heartwarming family story about Charlie, who’s coming of age after losing his mom. Love and tradition prevail as his grandfather teaches him the game of hockey.
This documentary follows two Brits who live and work at a mountain resort in the French Alps, which feature some of the top skiing destinations in the world.
The town of Wapos Bay gets ready for the Aboriginal Winter Games. T-Bear gets competitive when a new boy moves to town who’s got a lot of hockey talent. Another entry in the beautifully crafted stop-motion animation series Wapos Bay.