02.10.13 : We've been screening Mist to standing room only crowds ever since the premiere in Dec.DVD sales are brisk too. We want to thank everyone who has supported us over the past few months by sponsoring our screenings, and esp our inspiring storytellers...Dave, Harvest, Dane and Tim...without whom there wouldn't be an Out of the Mist. We love you guys! Our next big screenings are in April. The venues rock and both are benefits for two worthy causes...the Olympic Mountain Rescue at the Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, and the Wild Olympics Campaign at the historic Rose Theatre in Port Townsend. Details in the News & Events page.
02.07.13 : Robert and Annastasia, our talented composer, were interviewed on KBTC's Northwest Now tonight about the making of Out of the Mist. Thanks so much to Tom Layson for having us! If you missed...no worries...you can still watch the interview and see a few clips here
12.07.12 : The Out of the Mist premiere last night in Port Angeles was a huge success. Some 400 folks showed up for the event. And, even sweeter the response to the film was overwhelmingly positive. Thanks to everyone!
12.04.12 : Out of the Mist got a glowing review today by Seabury Blair, Jr at the Kitsap Sun
12.01.12 : Out of the Mist ~ Olympic Wilderness Stories will be screening at several local venues over the next few months. They are free admission and all are open to the public. See Crest Pictures Events Calendar or Out of the Mist website for details.
11.30.12 : Out of the Mist ~ Olympic Wilderness Stories DVDs arrived this week and are now available online in our store. Think holiday gift-giving for those who have a passion for the great outdoors.
11.01.12 : Crest Pictures’ newest feature-length film, Out of the Mist ~ Olympic Wilderness Stories, is in the can and soon to be released on DVD, just in time for the holidays. It will be premiering on Dec 6 in Port Angeles, WA. More info on that and other screenings will be coming soon. In the meantime check out the trailer.
10.30.12 : FreeRider receives a top award in the 2012 Yosemite International Film Festival for Best Documentary Short.
9.08.12 : We're in post production on our latest full-length feature film. Watch for the trailer coming soon. The movie and DVD will be out in late November, 2012.
9.05.12 : FreeRider has been out for a while and screened worldwide. If you missed it we would like to share the film with everyone now in its entirety. Check it out on the FreeRider homepage
1.26.12 : FreeRider is one of only a handful of the films chosen for a Sir Edmund Hillary Award at the 2012 Mountain Film Awards.
12.01.11 : Crest Pictures is very excited and proud to announce that its latest film FreeRider is one of sixteen films selected to be screened during the 7th Annual International Free Ride Film Festival in St-Lary-Soulan, France, December 8-10. Kyle Miler will be on hand to present FreeRider on our behalf. Thanks Kyle!
11.01.11 : FreeRider, our new film about splitboard mountaineer Kyle Miller is done! We're now setting up venues where folks can see it and will post them here and on the FreeRider website. Check back for screenings in your area. If you or your organization wants to sponsor a show let's talk - email@example.com.
3.03.10 : Exciting News! Crest Pictures' latest documentary The Irate Birdwatcher will be broadcast on KCTS in April. KCTS is Seattle's PBS station – it broadcasts on channel 9 in Western Washington and also serves Yakima and Central Washington and parts of British Columbia. For more information, including dates, times and channels see Events on our News & Events page.
A film chronicling the life experiences of four individuals who share their deep love and respect for the Olympics. The scenery is stunning…their stories are inspiring. Filmed over several years of hiking and backpacking in some of the most unique and remote wilderness areas of the Olympics.
It's all about wilderness preservation … told in the inspiring words of Harvey Manning – the irate birdwatcher. Follow the legendary Northwest writer and conservationist as he discovers the beauty of Washington’s wildest places, and the need to stand up and fight for their very survival.
Four years of filming brings this extraordinary vision of Mount Rainier to life.
This film is a personal journey to discover Rainier,"The Mountain." It is an intimate portrait of a unique mountain painted with stunning imagery and an inspiring original score by Northwest talent Annastasia Workman.