Forums Splitboard Talk Forum 2014 Snow Films – what are we looking forward to? Viewing 20 posts - 1 through 20 (of 21 total) 1 2 →Author Posts September 7, 2013 at 1:53 am #578867 SchralphMacchio 474 PostsAny independent projects?Remember when My Own Two Feet came out in 2008 and what a big deal that was? September 7, 2013 at 4:43 am #669408 wasatchfreeride84093 200 PostsInto the mind looks promising, and Xavier de le Rue is on the athlete list. Sounds good to me. Also interested in that Absinthe film coming out…. September 8, 2013 at 8:27 pm #669409 SchralphMacchio 474 PostsI haven’t seen a real trailer for Absinthe Dopamine yet.I think PowderWhore Elevation is looking to be a lot better than last year’s compilation … the Provo brothers are involved! The trailer looks solid: [youtube:2s0y6fpx]do7ZTO8_GnE[/youtube:2s0y6fpx] September 9, 2013 at 4:46 am #669410 grubbers 150 PostsDoes anyone else think that all of these “deep” anecdotes in snow films are getting to be a bit cliche? September 9, 2013 at 1:35 pm #669411 nickstayner 700 PostsThe new Sweetgrass movie “Valhalla” should be entertaining and will certainly have a fair shake of splitboarding… curious to see how the narrative plot/ski movie works out this time. September 9, 2013 at 5:25 pm #669412 treetop 63 Posts[youtube:157sdnge]0Ts45OKETBY[/youtube:157sdnge] September 9, 2013 at 5:36 pm #669413 Snowvols 291 PostsNice find TreeTop. That will be added to the list for sure. September 11, 2013 at 11:53 pm #669414 EBwest 71 Posts @grubbers wrote:Does anyone else think that all of these “deep” anecdotes in snow films are getting to be a bit cliche?Isn’t that standard protocol for anything slightly commercialized in this super fast paced time we live in… Integrity and originality are watered down when everything is POV’d instantly. And biters are quick to the draw when its just to easy to produce and distribute to the masses for consumption.Eat-Shit-Give me more society… September 16, 2013 at 5:53 pm #669415 Rico in AZ 559 PostsCar Danchi = Funny. We need more funny in snow films these days.The trailers for Elevation and Valhalla look pretty and all, but as far as I can tell, they don’t show much splitboarding. I can only hope the full films include more of nosa costra.Does anyone else think that all of these “deep” anecdotes in snow films are getting to be a bit cliche? Yes.And as far as Sweetgrass films go, their films are always super serious. Exhibit A: Solitaire. Using “Heart of Darkness” as a metaphor for backcountry skiing in South America. Shit, it couldn’t possibly be anything else but super serious.Any independent projects? I do remember the good old days when Schraptown and My Own two Feet came out. Good stuff back then. Stuff like that is still out there, being produced by some of our very own SB.com peeps. Just not big production. September 19, 2013 at 12:49 pm #669416 PeRi 110 PostsIn the last days I’ve had the chance to watch Dopamine and Elevation.Dopamine, from Absinthe films, is pretty good. Classic absinthe movie with lots of powder and backcountry, and some kind of original jibbing so it doesn’t get too boring. Forrest Shearer has like a 1 or 1’5 minutes section, and about 3-4 seconds of skinning… that’s something! Worth to watch itElevation, from Powderwhore. I have to admit that it starts a bit weak, too much talking maybe? but as long as the movie gets going, it turns into an awesome backcountry movie. TRegarding splitboarding there’s the section with Zach Grant and Cindi Lou Grant where they show their cabin in the mountains and sweet powder riding, a part of Neil Provo with two skiers in some sort of retirement lodge which has sick terrain in their backyard, and finally the best part is the one with the Provo Bros. in Tordrillo, AK. Really steep lines, powder, only self propelled access to the lines… great segment, best one in the movie for sure! Really worth to go to the premiere or buy it, especially to support backcountry non-helicopters movie. good job powderwhore guys!www.splitboardmag.com September 19, 2013 at 5:53 pm #669417 whistlermaverick 312 Posts @nickstayner wrote:The new Sweetgrass movie “Valhalla” should be entertaining and will certainly have a fair shake of splitboarding… curious to see how the narrative plot/ski movie works out this time. Just saw “Valhalla” and thought it was great. No ski porn just lots of fun….nakedness, night fireworks shredding, and some other email@example.com September 19, 2013 at 10:59 pm #669418 chrishami 194 Posts @ricorides wrote:And as far as Sweetgrass films go, their films are always super serious. Exhibit A: Solitaire. Using “Heart of Darkness” as a metaphor for backcountry skiing in South America. Shit, it couldn’t possibly be anything else but super serious. Yep. I thought Solitaire was pretentious. I got that same feel from the trailer for “Into the Mind” but I’m still going to watch it, the imagery is gorgeous either way. @whistlermaverick wrote: @nickstayner wrote:The new Sweetgrass movie “Valhalla” should be entertaining and will certainly have a fair shake of splitboarding… curious to see how the narrative plot/ski movie works out this time.Just saw “Valhalla” and thought it was great. No ski porn just lots of fun….nakedness, night fireworks shredding, and some other ridiculousnessSounds to me like an improvement over Solitaire. The Nick Waggoner interview in Outside also makes me want to watch Valhalla.167 furberg 163/26 Venture Helix September 26, 2013 at 3:59 am #669419 C balke 74 PostsThe Absinthe films are always good to go. Not splitting but typically tons of big mountain and POW. I should be heading out to the SF showing in Nov. They always put on a good show.[youtube:23wyq3w1]MqC0YTKD12A[/youtube:23wyq3w1] Into the mind looks good. Im sure the Provo bros will kill it. The cinematography looks sick in the trailer.[youtube:23wyq3w1]pgbHAXUbCIg[/youtube:23wyq3w1] Gigi and Marco’s parts in the Pirate Movie Distorted Reality should be good. [vimeo:23wyq3w1]http://www.vimeo.com/75540216[/vimeo:23wyq3w1]As for Vahalla I’ll check it out but I could only take Sweetgrass in portions. I hope its not quite soo serious. October 3, 2013 at 2:48 am #669420 Splitinbend 243 PostsSuper psyched on the new Blauvelt movie comin out. Coming from a long history of surfing, I love watching straight powder surfing![vimeo:1rlec5k1]http://www.vimeo.com/49309615[/vimeo:1rlec5k1][youtube:1rlec5k1]XLbut6CaDhk[/youtube:1rlec5k1] October 11, 2013 at 10:41 pm #669421 nordicbordn 225 PostsRadbots’ Brother Nature is in the final stages as i type this.. premiere’s here in Bozeman Nov 2 i believe. Notable riders such as Kyle Miller, Shane Stalling, and Steve Popovich have shots.. October 13, 2013 at 2:36 am #669422 saign 330 PostsThis ones at the top of my list :headbang:http://snowboarding.transworld.net/1000211164/videos/avalanche-sharks-trailer-snowboarding-beer-drunken-co-eds-bikinis/ October 14, 2013 at 3:59 pm #669423 chronicracing 162 PostsAvalanche Sharks! :thumpsup: That’s some funny shit! 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 October 15, 2013 at 2:07 am #669424 acopafeel 134 PostsI was pretty blown away with Valhalla. I really enjoyed the artsy style and different take on ski-porn. and i may be in love with siera quitaquit now??I’ve been looking forward to ‘Naturally’ for quite some time now- JB’s style is sooooo smoove. I think it’s only free online for the next day or two!oh, and i fell asleep during Into The Mind. i felt like i was watching a music video. am i getting old? 😕 October 15, 2013 at 2:11 am #669425 maniacdave 564 PostsShort & sweet thoughts regarding Valhalla, posted on Sweetgrasses FB as well…I honestly dug it. The narrative structure was great throwback to ski porn from earlier decades. And a great Kootenay vibe, scripted or not every character has an authentic counterpart from that amazing homeland of skibums. Other films have nailed the visual aspect of the Koots time and time again. Valhalla got the soul. Thanks guys.That was Pontus October 15, 2013 at 2:38 am #669426 C balke 74 PostsJake Blauvelt’s Naturally available for free on Transworld Snowboarding.http://snowboarding.transworld.net/1000211175/videos/jake-blauvelt-naturally-full-movie/ Viewing 20 posts - 1 through 20 (of 21 total) 1 2 →You must be logged in to reply to this topic.