Snow Carvers is a captivating documentary about an international snow sculpting competition. Fifteen teams from around the world race against each other to carve an elaborate work of art from a 12-foot tall, 20-ton block of snow in just 65 hours.
The film follows teams from the United States, Canada and Mexico as they endure long hours and freezing temperatures at 9,600 feet above sea level to create their masterpieces. It reveals not only how these enormous sculptures are created but what drives these artists to endure such harsh conditions to create this extreme art form.
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