Celeste Pomerantz and Kajsa Larsson take a stunning cinematic trip deep into the dark winter beauty of the Yukon wilderness.

“Suspended in Space” is a six-minute short film created to advocate the northern charm of the Yukon Territory. Not necessarily known for its mountains or ski scene in a broader sense, this film says otherwise. Featuring female pro skiers Kajsa Larsson and Celeste Pomerantz move through a surreally shot, stunning mountain landscape, it’s hard not to want immediately pack up your down booties and head north. From action-packed helicopter skiing and traditional dog mushing to jaw-dropping mountain landscapes, “Suspended in Space” packs in both the action and the visuals, a truly beautiful piece of filmmaking.

Directed by two-time Cannes YDA nominee Cameron Thuman and produced by NativeFour, a team known for their yearly winter films that redefine the snow-to-human connection, “Suspended in Space” premiered at Whistler Film Festival to a sold-out screening and recently premiered online with Teton Gravity Research, ahead of an international festival schedule.