Fairly Casual Productions have released a movie that pretty much sums up their whole attitude – Laid Back. If you didn’t work it out from the name of their production company they like to take things in their stride and this film has that mantra all over it. They aren’t lazy, don’t get me wrong, they just like to enjoy their shred with minimal stress in life. And why the hell not! Here’s the full movie so get comfortable and get stoked.“The official 2010-2011 Fairly Casual Productions film. Follow the Fairly Casual crew as they travel around the United States, skiing and snowboarding everything from urban hand rails to back country jumps. This is our first movie as a crew and we hope that it makes you want to see more of Fairly Casual in the future. Please Enjoy!”More Ski VideosRelated posts:Fairly Casual Productions: Laid Back It's one of those films you wish you were involved...
Poorboyz Productions is looking to hire interns to come work in our Hermosa Beach offices for the summer. We are looking for interns with a great energy and attitude, a desire to do a variety of jobs, and who share our passion for the film and action sports industry. Responsibilities-Creating short and medium length edits for athletes and social media-Doing graphic design for clients-Doing various tasks for the
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Following a snow-filled winter that took the crew on epic journeys across the globe, the Colorado-based filmmakers at Matchstick Productions are excited to release the first theatrical trailer for RUIN AND ROSE today in advance of their upcoming ski film. The new movie promises viewers much more than just skiing, with riveting narrative scenes filmed in the barren desert landscapes of Africa. The dramatic film preview is available to watch now at SkiMovie.com.
Mammoth before iconic Chair 23, Killington back when it wasn't so beastly and Vail with Back Bowls half the size of what they are today. Check out your favorite resorts and see how they've evolved over time.
The Newschoolers Tell a Friend Tour kicked off the new year with back to back stops in Killington and Bolton Valley. Andy Parry, Khai Krepela, Ian Compton, Ross Imburgia, and a plethora of regional Line riders joined up with a strong local crowd for a weekend of on-and-off-hill fun.