During the early years of Big Sky Resort, the route to the ski area was no more than a logging road turned into a muddy mess.
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Director: Nick Martini DP: Cam Riley Producer/Executive Producer: Anthony R. Lahout Editor: Mattias Evangelista Sound: Alex Boll 100-year businesses don’t exist. The retail industry is dead. In the rugged White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, Lahout’s has remained open 365 days a year since 1920. While e-commerce and conglomerates have stripped the country of local, independent retailers, a family of Lebanese immigrants have prevailed for a century, beating the Great Depression, World War II, the Dot Com Crash and Great Recession. Award-winning director Nick Martini and cinematographer Cam Riley have teamed up with executive producer Anthony Lahout to captivate a nation consumed with hashtags instead of history. This film tells a timeless short story of the American dream and the family that put a community on skis. After 100 years, Lahout’s is still a family business moving onto its fourth generation. Through past and present, we learn the true root of the store's success. As the original passes on, we question and discover the backbone of its longevity. We hope to inspire immigrants, millennials, family businesses, and outdoor enthusiasts that all in America is not lost. Learn more about Lahout's - America's Oldest Ski Shop: www.lahouts.com www.instagram.com/lahouts www.facebook.com/lahouts
Dollar Short follows athletes Jake Hopfinger and Parkin Costain through a winter full of bank robberies, pillow lines, and everything in-between. Follow @benshicreative on Instagram for updates and BTS content. Directed by Caleb Chicoine and Alex D'Agostino. Starring Jake Hopfinger and Parkin Costain. This film was made possible by: Sweet Protection Black Diamond Liberty Skis Le Bent Baist Terraflow Trails
Osama and Ayman Abdeldayem are brothers, skateboarders, entrepreneurs, Americans, and Muslims. As they skate through the streets of our nation's capital, they navigate growing Islamophobia with characteristic style and humor. A documentary by Rainhouse Cinema Featuring Osama Abdeldayem and Ayman Abdeldayem (http://www.carpetco.us) Directed by Sam Price-Waldman, Ben Mullinkosson, Chris Cresci Cinematography by Ben Mullinkosson, Sam Price-Waldman Edit by Chris Cresci, Sam Price-Waldman Sound design & mix by Cody Peterson Score by Trevor Doherty Color by Tanner Hall Illustrations & design by Harrison Freeman
Nordurland is a film about going surfing in the harsh, cold waters of the North Atlantic. It follows three friends from the subtropical northern rivers of NSW Australia, surfers Torren Martyn and Laurie Towner, as well as needessentials founder and designer Ryan Scanlon. They travel to isolated, snow covered coastlines in search of remote waves and Filmmaker Ishka Folkwell, beautifully captures these vast and stunning landscapes on screen. With an original soundtrack composed for the film by Headland, glaciers, mountains and powerful icy surf all come to life in this adventure to the far north. Torren Martyn's narration throughout the film offers a personal reflection on the trip and a real glimpse into the challenges and rewards of traveling to frozen, distant lands in search of surf.
Contraddiction - a complicated reflection on snowboarding's beautiful simplicity. Thanks to everyone who believed in the idea and made this film possible! Find the artist's music here: playmoss.com/en/acommonfuture/playlist/contraddiction-soundtrack supported by Nitro Snowboards Dakine Smith Optics Deeluxe Boots featuring Elias Elhardt Arthur Longo Gigi Rüf Marco Smolla Kevin Boys Werni Stock Sven Thorgren Alex Tank Markus Keller Nico Bondi Ron MCManmon directed A Common Future producer Richard A. Moore Elias Elhardt Studio ACF executive producer Madeleine Sanderson Nick Ryle Duncan Western Unit9 Films writer Statten Roeg Simon Reichel Elias Elhardt film editor Simon Reichel co-editor Alexander Tank Benedikt Strick director of photography Tom Elliott Lukas Lerperger music by Daniel Bury Benjamin Bury Simon Grothe camera operator Alexander Tank Tijl Bex Pirmin Juffinger Elias Elhardt Karsten Boyens Daniel Schissel Sven Thorgren Carlos Blanchard Daniel Ausweger Simon Reichel Felix Urbauer Sam Giffin Mark Ruperalia Mauro Castelani location sound recordist Christoph Holzknecht Joe Nattrass aerial production services europe Luftbild Aerial Operator Europe Daniel Ausweger Lukas Lerperger Aerial Production Services Europe Followcopter Aerial Operator Europe Christoph Thoresen Aerial Production Services USA Dyrland Productions Aerial Opertator Services USA Michael Dyrland production stills photographer Carlos Blanchard Alex Papis supervising sound designer Chris Banks post production facilities Splice Post Production Post Production Producer Ramit Anchal bookings coordinator Aishah Kibria sound design Michal Maletz Elliott Bowell online editor Sol Coker Kevin McDonald colourist Connor Ellliott subtitles english Max Whittal subtitles french Matthieu Giraud subtitles german Marco Smolla ressort support Hintertuxer Gletscher production insurance Photoshield Insurance Hiscox Insurance accountants and tax advisers Hodgson Lucraft & Lawes logo, titles & poster design Max Pietro Hoffmann publicity & communications Birgit Gruber Music courtesy of ddition records limited Daniel Herskedal Tropical Music GMBH Genioh Yamashirogumi Fazer Martin Brugger Daniel Bury Benjamin Bury Simon Grohte Erased Tapes Nils Frahm very special thanks Unit 9 Films Michelle Craig Adam Dolman Martin Brugger Carlos Blanchard Marco Smolla Annika Müller Lily Martin Johannes Schröder Isabelle Robertson Tom Pope Kris Ludi David Bertschinger Karg
The ten year masterpiece from the Bridger Brigade: 'Montana Nosebleed: Ten Years of Hucks and Heartbreaks' delivers the true story of a decade of ski acting. Sit back, crack a beer, and watch the carnage unfold. #FKNSNDR SKIING AND PROBABLY SOME FILMING BY: RANDY EVANS THE GUY AT THE BAR AXEL PETERSON COLTER BREHMER BILL BUCHBAUER A PRE SOCIAL MEDIA SPONSORED SKIER KYLE TAYLOR HENRY WOROBEC NOBODY YOU’VE EVER HEARD OF ROB RAYMOND THE GUY ASLEEP AT THE BAR LARS CHICKERING-AYERS SILAS CHICKERING-AYERS DYLAN CROSSMAN A GUY WHO WAS GOOD AT SKIING BUT DIDN’T HAVE SOCIAL MEDIA BEN GOERTZEN JOE JASPER RYAN WALTERS ANDREW DAIGH TY GUARINO KARL FOSTVEDT MATT EVANS STEVE POPOVICH DICK ASPEN SUPER MAX
Follow the story of former professional skier Ian Compton as he quits pro skiing to find another path in life.
Carnages first full length ski movie.
Rossignol presents The Big Picture. The second of our two part mini movie series, Move. Move 2 follows the skiing of Chris Logan, Parker White and friends. Shot over the second half of our 2015/16 winter season, the crew finds deep snow and pillows in the Sea to Sky range of British Columbia as well as some sunny alpine days and some late spring park laps in Mammoth California. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing Skiers: Parker White, Chris Logan, Tanner Rainville and Jordan Clarke. Shot/Edited: Sean Logan Location: Mammoth CA + Sea to Sky Range British Columbia Music: "Who Cares What The Question Is" by A Band Of Bees + "Balance" by Future Islands + "Staurolite Stroll" by Night Moves + "Cosmic Love Machine" by Sunbeam Sound Machine www.rossignol.com www.thebigpicturemtn.com www.electriccalifornia.com www.tomahawkinternational.com www.talltproductions.com www.bombsnow.com www.cheetahfactoryracing.com
Every spring the summit of Mount Everest draws people from around the world. But in its shadow live the Sherpa, a resilient, religious people, who, despite the riches surrounding the highest peak on earth, are still quite poor and uneducated. A child of the Khumbu, Apa Sherpa climbed Everest 21 times. Pulled away at the age of 12 to work as a high altitude porter, like so many others, he would leave his family for months, risking his life on the mountain. Through his work at the Apa Sherpa Foundation, he aims to create a different future for his people. As Apa says, "without education we have no choice." Check out the Virtual Reality version of the movie here: https://youtu.be/xYSNQMTGrTU In order of appearance: Pemba Sherpa, Apa Sherpa, Mingma Sherpa Producer: Malcolm Sangster Director: Eric Crosland DP: Leo Horn Cinematography: Eric Crosland, Erik Pütsep Drone / Camera Assist: Clay Mitchell Editor: Jay Macmillan Visual Effects: Jeremy Kenning Written by: Mitchell Scott, Jay Macmillan, Malcolm Sangster Associate Producers: Dave Mossop, Mitchell Scott, Jerry Mika Additional Cinematography: Everest Media Productions, Stranger Than Fiction Films, Renan Ozturk, Ralf Dujmovits Post Production Supervisor: Tim Symes Colorist: Eric Rosen Sound Design & Mix: Jeff Yellen Location Sound: Steve Henderson Production Manager: Roland Eksteins Still Photography: Paul Arthur Lockhart Executive Producers: Magnus Welander, Tina Liselius, Erik Pütsep Narrated by: Apa Sherpa Custom Score by: Jacob Yoffee jacobyoffeemusic.com Special thanks to the Apa Sherpa Foundation (apasherpafoundation.org) and Thule (thule.com)
Rossignol presents The Big Picture. The third installment of our 'behind the scenes' series following Chris Logan, Parker White and friends as they travel and film for our upcoming mini movie series 'Move'. After wrapping up shooting MOVE 1 in the British Columbia interior, the boys make their way to the coast range in early March to meet up with local shredder Jordan Clarke. They spend the first week in the Whistler backcountry filming for 'Intersection' , a World Ski and Snowboard Festival video contest where five crews have one week to shoot and edit a video shot on and around Whistler/Blackcomb for a $10K winner take all purse. Check out some of the highlights from our video and watch as Chris, Parker and Jordan manage to pull off the victory with a United States of Canada theme. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White, Jordan Clarke, Oliver Chornous Location: Whistler/ Blackcomb, Whistler Backcountry Music: "Fire" by Yukon Blonde + "Cross Canada" by Stomping' Tom Connors www.thebigpicturemtn.com www.rossignol.com www.electriccalifornia.com www.tomahawkinternational.com www.talltproductions.com www.bombsnow.com www.cheetahfactoryracing.com www.cooke-project.com
Rossignol presents The Big Picture. The first installment of our 'behind the scenes' series following Chris Logan, Parker White and friends as they travel and film for our upcoming mini movie series 'Move'. In the first episode, Chris and Parker head to Mammoth, CA. for some early season laps and then to Cooke City, MT. for some New Years debauchery. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric Visual, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White, Nick Miles, Duncan Adams Location: Mammoth Lakes, CA + Cooke City, MT Music: "Allison" by Pepper Rabbit + "Vultures Like Lovers" by Wild Nothing thebigpicturemtn.com rossignol.com electriccalifornia.com tomahawkinternational.com talltproductions.com bombsnow.com cheetahfactoryracing.com cooke-project.com
Rossignol presents The Big Picture. The first of our two part mini movie series Move. Move 1 follows the skiing of Chris Logan, Parker White and friends. Shot over the first half of the 2015/16 season the crew heads out in search for powder and pillows. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White, Duncan Adams, Tanner Rainville, Adam Delorme and Jordan Clarke. Shot/Edited: Sean Logan Location: Mammoth CA + Cooke City MT + Interior British Columbia Music: "Anna" by Will Butler + "Word" by Goat + "Go" by Pleasure Beach www.rossignol.com www.thebigpicturemtn.com www.electriccalifornia.com www.tomahawkinternational.com www.talltproductions.com www.bombsnow.com www.cheetahfactoryracing.com www.cooke-project.com
Rossignol presents The Big Picture - The final episode of Chris Logan and Parker White's Mtn Revision series for 2015. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Orage, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White. Location: Interior British Columbia,Wyoming, Montana Filmed & Edited by: Sean Logan Additional Shots: Etienne Merel, Darren Rayner Music: "Young" by Kins, "Withdrawal" by Max Frost, "I'm On Fire" by Bruce Springsteen thebigpicturemtn.com electriccalifornia.com orage.com tomahawkinternational.com talltproductions.com bombsnow.com cheetahfactoryracing.com cooke-project.com
YLESKI 2015 is the culmination of Wiley Miller’s 2015 winter season. Shot almost exclusively in the Columbia Mountains of interior British Columbia. The winter of 2015 was adverse in many areas of North America. Finding good conditions remained challenging. Patience, and persistence was key in finding safe, suitable snowpack. This is the second installment to the YLESKI series, highlighting the best of Wiley Miller and his approach to snow. “I set out this winter to spend my time exploring new mountains, scouting lines, and finding natural airs in the terrain to work with. This season ski touring, route finding, and line selection were set in priority above building jumps and locating step-downs. It was an alternative I decided to take when the snow started to fly in November of 2014. I set out to do more skiing and less building, setting up-tracks versus cutting blocks for jumps. The sport becomes so dynamic when you’re working with larger terrain. It’s challenging, I love the experience, and constant education that takes place out there in the mountains.” Produced and Edited by: Magnafire Media - Darren Rayner & Jan Schuster Filmed by: Darren Rayner, Freedle Coty, Austin Ramaley, Sean Logan Music: The Blue Angel Lounge - Looming Solid Massive Steamer
Rossignol presents The Big Picture - The second episode of Chris Logan and Parker White's Mtn Revision series for 2015. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric Visual, Orage, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White, Adam Delorme and Iikka Backstrom. Location: Les Arcs, France. Baldface Lodge, BC. Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Filmed & Edited by: Sean Logan Music: "Busman's Holiday" by Allah-Las, "To Old To Die" by Timber Timbre www.thebigpicturemtn.com www.electriccalifornia.com www.orage.com www.tomahawkinternational.com www.talltproductions.com www.bombsnow.com www.cheetahfactoryracing.com
Rossignol presents The Big Picture. The second installment of our 'behind the scenes' series following Chris Logan, Parker White and friends as they travel and film for our upcoming mini movie series 'Move'. In the second episode, Chris and Parker head to Interior British Columbia in search of powder and pillows. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White, Duncan Adams, Tanner Rainville Location: Interior British Columbia Music: "Lonesome" by Dr. Dog + "Never Going Back" by Caveman www.thebigpicturemtn.com www.rossignol.com www.electriccalifornia.com www.tomahawkinternational.com www.talltproductions.com www.bombsnow.com www.cheetahfactoryracing.com www.cooke-project.com
Rossignol presents The Big Picture - The first episode of Chris Logan and Parker White's Mtn Revision series for 2015. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric Visual, Orage, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White and Duncan Adams. Location: Canada Filmed & Edited by: Sean Logan Additional Footage: Etienne Merel Music: "Kanye" by Bogan Via thebigpicturemtn.com
Here is our winning edit for the 2013 Bridger Bowl Point and Chute competition. We are stoked to take home first place for the second year in a row. This is a tribute to Greg Stump and his rad-awesome movies. Randy Evans brings it back... Tom Jungst style. Hope you enjoy!! Directed.Produced.Edited by Axel Peterson