Crazy snowboarders. They’ll try to ride anything. Click Full Screen and you are almost there with them. (These should get you inspired to head to the nearest slope. (Or porch rail, or roof, just be sure your health insurance is paid up.))
The Art of Flight – coming Fall 2011
A creative dozen of snowboarding’s most dynamic riders come together for CHEERS, the new film by People Creative. The same crew who brought you last year’s Nice Try team up with legends like JP Walker and Jeremy Jones alongside young wizards like Joe Sexton and Zac Marben. CHEERS bridges the gap between pedigree and potential—with a variety of talent, terrain, and locations to make this the best People movie yet. Filmed in crispy HD digital video with a wicked soundtrack, CHEERS takes viewers up-close and on-location to Lake Tahoe, Finland, Sweden, Whistler, Revelstoke, Washington, Utah, Oregon, Minnesota, and Newfoundland for a full season of good times and great snowboarding.
DESCRIPTION FOR HELLO WORLD:
FROM THE MINDS BEHIND KNOCKOUT AND MOST RECENTLY ELEKTRO, ALTERNA FILMS PRESENTS ITS GLOBAL ASSAULT ON SNOWBOARDING WITH ITS LATEST RELEASE TITLED HELLO WORLD.
THIS FILM DELIVERS INSPIRED FILMMAKING AND TECHNICAL FREESTYLE SNOWBOARDING AT ITS HIGHEST LEVEL. A FEW HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE RARE VISITS TO THE WAR TORN STREETS OF BOSNIA HERZOGIVNA AS WELL AS SHREDDING THE POW OF THE MIDDLE EAST.
HELLO WORLD IS A BLEND OF FRESH FACES AND UNIQUE PERSONALITIES THAT TRANSPIRE IN A CREATIVE AND ENTERTAINING FILM.
Movement can give the illusion of progress. And they say that all the world is illusion. So what is the difference between exploring and being lost? In a winter that brought an exceptional amount of challenges to riders all over the world, Absinthe’s newest snowboard film reminds us how much our reality is affected by what we make of it. Whether you are lost … or exactly where you want to be … all depends on how you look at it.
Big names. Big mountains. Big riding. This film spans from the Tahoe backcountry to the looming peaks of Iceland. On top of that, it is featuring the riding of some of the most progressive riders in the business. Case and point: Torstein Horgmo, Kazu Kokubo, and the Helgason brothers. The teaser is short and sweet but it leaves you with a little tingly feeling just imagining the finished product. Available on DVD and iTunes September 2010
Riders: Torstein Horgmo, Eiki Helgason, Xavier Delerue, Lonnie Kauk, Ryan Tiene, Sammy Luebke, Kazu Kokubo, Halldor Helgason, Raewyn Reid, Erin Comstock, Leanne Pelosi, Hana Beaman, Kimmy Fasani, and many more…
Travis Parker is back, and up to his old tricks yet again. Once again pro for K2, he returns armed with a new film company, Resourceful Gnome Productions. Bringing together a wide group of snowboarders, filmers and friends from the Robot Food and Airblaster movies, you can be sure that their first effort, Respect Your Elders, will be nothing short of an adventure. Riders include ripping young bucks like Nick Dirks, Jed Anderson, Ben Lynch and Brandon Cocard, and wily veterans Parker, Josh Dirksen, Temple Cumming, Mikey Basich and many more.
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