Vital Films presents “If You Want To Fly”. Our first ski movie since 2008 “Everyday Is Saturday”. This films was produced with no sponsors, no budget, and will be completely free! We are very proud to bring you the official trailer for the “If You Want To Fly”, premiering free in September 2011. “If You Want To Fly” brings you a unique look into the 2011 ski season in Aspen/Snowmass Colorado. The movie also features athletes such as Matt Walker, Torin Yater-Wallace, Nick Devore, Charlie Lasser, Aidan Sheahan, Sean Jordan, and more. Also the film features the music from The Grouch, Eligh, Atmosphere, Zion I, Cunninlynguists, Talib Kweli, People Under The Stairs, and more!“If You Want To Fly” will be available for free. Coming September 2011 too vitalfilms.com. if you wantMore Ski Videos >>Related posts:Vital Films: The Expansion Vital Films are releasing Volume 2 of their weekly...Flatlight Films: Hello Flatlight Films have been around for a little while now...Skipopow trailer2 tkb films Epic and unique pov’s taken from a speed runner and...
LJ Strenio got his start filming with Meathead Films in the East Coast ski hub of Burlington, VT, continuing to appear in many of their films over the past decade. Ski The East just dropped a behind the scenes from his last season filming
Watch all your favorite films from LINE Traveling Circus Season 8 in one place! Start with Fried Ice the crew travels far & wide in China and Korea to experience new terrain, new food, & new fun followed by Swiss Cheese-socks, a jaunt thru the countryside of Switzerland & Italy – cows, pizza and other things! Return home in Cold Turkey with this Holiday Spectacular!
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.