Caution: Watching this may cause you to want to go snowboarding. 686 Technical Apparel presents 36 minutes of snowboarding through the collective third eye of the youth – an experimentation of moving imagery pushing progression, set to auditory reverberations. Filmed in the streets and mountains of the USA, Canada, France, Austria, Russia and Japan by the 686 team.
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For the last five decades, Whistler Blackcomb has left its mark on those who are drawn to the mountains. What started as a single Olympic dream in 1966 has evolved into the largest ski resort in North America, with a slew of accomplishments to back it up. From the resort’s adventure-seeking founders to its freestyle heydays-and breaking Guinness World Records along the way-snowsport industry legends recount the contributions that Whistler Blackcomb has made to skiing and snowboarding and the significance of its golden anniversary. But while 50 Years of Going Beyond solidifies the resort’s legacy in the past, there is no denying that the last 50 years is just the beginning.
Whistler Blackcomb: 50 Years of Going Beyond – 1965.66 – 2015.16
Presented by: Whistler Blackcomb and TELUS
Produced by: Switchback Entertainment, Whistler Blackcomb, and Origin Design & Communications
The ThirtyTwo team celebrated its 20-year milestone by traveling all over the world and filming everywhere from snowy urban spots to the backcountry.
Featuring: JP Walker, Jeremy Jones (Big Mtn), Scott Stevens, Chris Grenier, Joe Sexton, Chris Bradshaw, Frank April, Dylan Thompson, Brandon Hobush, Spencer Schubert, Toni Kerkela, Benny Urban, Dylan Alito, Johnny O Connor, Jordan Small, Kas Lemmens, Dylan Gamache and friends.
Pushing hard into their 9th release Videograss blazes a new trail through an over saturated world of content with Videogracias!
Featuring: ALEX SHERMAN, DANIMALS, DARRELL MATHES, DERREK LEVER, GUS ENGLE, HARRISON GORDON, JED ANDERSON, JUSTIN FRONIUS, LAYNE TREETER, MARK WILSON, NICK DIRKS, SAM TAXWOOD, TOMMY GESME, & ZAC MARBEN
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Adidas, Ashbury, Burton, Duh Bolts, DC, Dragon, Holden, Howl, K2, Nike, Nitro, Ride, Salomon, Stepchild, ThrityTwo, Woodward, and Vans
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Come Hell or High Water—the first feature-length film to be made about the sport of bodysurfing. A winner of Best Film and Best Cinematography awards on the festival circuit, Come Hell or High Water explores the history and development of bodysurfing alongside the purity of experience that is riding a wave, taking a unique look at the culture and beauty of the sport, while capturing the stories and locations of those who belong to its community. The film’s unanticipated popularity may well reflect the less-is-more, environmentally aware consciousness of our times; as the simplest of all ocean sports, bodysurfing requires little more than swim fins and some waves.
Presented by: Patagonia & Nixon
Film by: Keith Malloy
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