Warren Miller Entertainment is not the only one making ski movies. (Actually none of these films has anything to do with North Carolina, but they are fun to watch and can get you inspired to head to the nearest ski slope! Now, where’s my video camera? I want to make ski movies! Who do I know with a helicopter? … )
Swift.Silent.Deep – The Jackson Hole Air Force
Click here for eight behind the scenes webisodes on the Swift.Silent.Deep YouTube channel
Warren Miller appears in this Swift.Silent.Deep “official” trailer
Skiing has arrived. MSP Films takes you inside the action with “THE WAY I SEE IT,” featuring several unique perspectives on the progression that took place during the winter of 2010. The winner of Powder Magazine’s 2009 “Movie of the Year” brings you the best athletes on the planet sharing their points of view on what it means to be a skier and backing up their positions with hard-charging action. The MSP team traveled the globe in search of what makes this sport so special… the adventure, the passion, the camaraderie, and the fun. “THE WAY I SEE IT” showcases the greatest deep powder, steep lines, and massive park features from British Columbia, Japan, Alaska, Colorado, Switzerland, Idaho, Washington, and many other locations worldwide.
(We get snow in the East too!)
Subaru of New England presents an East Coast Ski Thriller by Meathead Films: “Work It Out”
From record-breaking 5 foot blizzards in Washington DC to 10 inches of rain in New England, Meathead Films spent the winter of 2010 scouring the East Coast on the hunt for epic days. No matter the weather or personal fatigue, the crew was forced to roll with the punches and just work it out.
Tag along as the Meathead’s relentless search takes them to the craggy White Mountains backcountry, urban alleyways of Maine, custom park jumps in New Jersey, and even to the Far East of Hokkaido, Japan on their first ever overseas voyage. Filmed in High Definition, 16mm, and Super 8mm film, “Work It Out” showcases the unwavering determination it takes to be an Eastern skier.
Filmed on Location:
VT | NH | ME | NJ | PA | MD | VA | Washington DC | Qubec | Japan (They skipped NC!??)
(Didn’t the Norwegian’s invent skiing?)
Field Productions is proud to present “Get Lucky”. A Norwegian ski movie
that includes every aspect in modern extreme skiing: Park/BC/Big mountain
and Urban. They have gathered many of the best athletes on the planet to
give you the most exciting and varied ski movie possible. Filmed in HD with
heli, cranes, dollys, cable and follow cams. “Get Lucky” and the behind the
scenes documentary will give you a detailed insight in their whole season,
describing how the luck treated the crew from time to time. Filmed in the
most scenic locations in Norway, Haines-Alaska and the european alps.
Teton Gravity Research – 2011 HD film – One for theRoad
The award winning producers at Teton Gravity Research (TGR) present their newest ski film, Light The Wick. Shot using film, HD and 3D technology, Light The Wick is about sparking the flame and watching the world’s best athletes blast off. This year, the TGR crew of athletes and cinematographers were on a mission to capture the most jaw dropping footage to date and give the viewer an experience like no other. This pursuit led the team around the world to uncharted destinations, as well as some of their favorite stomping grounds. Follow the crew as they discover the completely unskiied big mountain mecca of Petersburg, AK, find the best snow Croatia has seen in fifty years, ski deep pillows in Italy, hit full throttle riding in British Columbia, and epic free-riding at Ripley Creek and North Cascades Heli. Don’t miss Sammy Carlson and the Stevens Pass 3D experiment, the first ever 3D snow sports segment. The groundbreaking dual RED One slow motion arial shots will make you want to reach out and touch the action. Light The Wick showcases the most talented and well-rounded athletes in the sport together in one must-see film.
Turn out, tune on, and drop in.
Follow the Level 1 crew as they experiment with one of the largest gap jumps ever built in Sun Valley, Idaho, hit a record snowfall in Helsinki, Finland, and harvest the vast resources of Alaska… or perhaps it’s all just a lucid dream? Wake up, because Level 1 will take you on the visual trip of a lifetime. Come along for the ride!
Ahmet Dadali, Tom Wallisch, Wiley Miller, Tanner Rainville, Phil Casabon, Duncan Adams, Adam Delorme, Josh Bibby, Parker White, Chris Logan, Mike Hornbeck, Corey Vanular, JF Houle, Henrik Harlaut, Liam Downey, Will Wesson, Jon Brogan, Logan Imlach, and Friends
Proudly Supported By:
Dynastar/Lange, Under Armour, Skullcandy, Freeskier Magazine, Downdays.EU, SBC Skier, Orage, Jiberish, Tall T Productions, Volkl, 4Frnt, Spyder, Contour HD, Full Tilt, Troyan, Scott USA, Moment, Fat-Ypus, Spy, Kombi, Armada, and EC Headwear
Shot on Location in:
Sun Valley, ID
Twin Cities, MN
Mammoth Mountain, CA
Alpine Meadows, CA
Eclipse Snow Park
Mustang Pow, BC
Down Days is a documentary that follows the lifestyle, thoughts, and emotions of big mountain extreme skiers on a month long film shoot in Haines, Alaska.
Teton Gravity Research proudly presents its latest 16mm/HD ski and snowboard offering: UNDER THE INFLUENCE. This film follows the exploits of today’s top riders.
The official “CLAIM” teaser, brought to you by Matchstick Productions. Check WWW.SKIMOVIE.COM to pre-order your copy of “CLAIM” today or find out when the Matchstick Movie Tour will visit your hometown this fall…
(Wait a minute. How did this get here? (Well, snow melts, runs into rivers, that flow to the ocean. Add wind and you can ride it. It’s part of the water cycle. Earth, water, air… add fire and we can have an NC barbecue.))
While wandering through Indonesia filming the award-winning surf movie The Drifter, Rob Machado met up with various friends for surf sessions on the best waves the Islands had to offer.
Set across the vast Indonesian island chain, Melali: The Drifter Sessions features Rob Machado — one of the most stylish and skilled wave riders of our time. Melali returns to the fundamentals of surf cinematography by focusing on the surfing experience, the artful relationship between man and surf, and the sharing of this experience with good friends.
Spearheaded by Machado and director Taylor Steele (the godfather of modern surf film), this two-disc set contains two versions of the 35-minute surf film, an audio CD of the original score, and a short film documenting the recording of the soundtrack. Joining Rob at the finest surfing locales Indonesia has to offer is an eclectic and world-class cast of wave riders: Dane Reynolds, Kelly Slater, Kalani Robb, Shane Dorian, Dan Malloy, Mike Losness, Marlon Gerber, and Rizal Tanjung.
Set to an original score written by Jon Swift, Todd Hannigan, Fernando Apodaca, and Machado (The Melali Sessions Band), the music complements the imagery of the synergy born from long-standing camaraderie. “When we premiered The Drifter across the country, the best part of the night was the live improvisation with the band to the surf bonus footage,” Machado says. “That inspired us to make another movie with the unreleased surf footage and record some music as the score.”
Swift, a fellow surfer and Machado’s friend of 25 years, led the intense creative push by this team of accomplished musicians, who recorded the score in a barn in rural southern California. The result is a diverse mix of musical compositions ranging from simple ballads to full band improvisations that captures a broad spectrum of moods tailored to the soulful and dynamic surfing.
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