Mountain Weather Masters: Forecasts & Haiku for “The Hateful Eight”

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This chapbook is a collection of weather forecasts produced during the 2014-15 winter for The Hateful Eight, a feature film directed by Quentin Tarantino. The filming took place on Lizard Head Pass and Wilson Mesa, near Telluride, Colorado. Mountain Weather Masters provided two-a-day forecasts, plus hourly updates during storms, to help capture atmospheric story points. We worked closely with executive producer Georgia Kacandes.

We created this book (my wife Lisa did all the work), which includes the haiku of the day, as a gift to Georgia and Quentin.

We would like to give a special thanks to dear friend and artist extraordinaire susan x. billings, for allowing us to weave her talent and beautiful artwork into this book.

Salud,

Jerry Roberts

Mountain Weather Masters

Check out the BOOK.

One thought on “Mountain Weather Masters: Forecasts & Haiku for “The Hateful Eight”

  1. Jerry,
    Nice seeing you @ Billy’s memorial service. Can you tell me who composed the music played during the great series of slides of Billy’s experiments with incompatible MSR components? I particularly enjoyed that set. Thanks, Pablo

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