You should definitely get the Best of the TB Series. 10 year retrospective of Standard Films films and the riders in them. Really good. Bit of a potted history of an influential period in the growth of snowboarding (1992 – 2001) and 10 years’ worth of bangers from the best riders by one of the most consistently good film companies out there.
Need to add “In Short” to the list of Benedek films. Really nicely shot, really cool film. And it kicks off with a section at Halifax dryslope. what’s not to like!?
And “Futureproof” is one of Absinthe’s best.
And the Jeremy Jones “Deeper” and “Further” are great if you like the adventurey, mountaineery, big lines stuff. “Higher” being released next year.Posted 4 years agomoridinbgMember
Valhalla. It has some depth, some story, some reason to watch for one hours.
Most of the snow movies are just a bunch of riding clips stitched together.
I much prefer Absinthe’s stuff to Art of Flight aka “Adventures of the Red Bull Helicopter”
Jeremy Jones’ Deeper and Further! This is as anti-Red Bull as it can get. All the approaches are climbing or skinning with split boards – earn your turn. Or if we are to apply mtb term (I hope it never gets to the snow community) – ENDURO.Posted 4 years ago
I believe there were no helis involved even for the shooting, may be only for logistics and crew transportation.
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