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Is 2015 the year of the short film?
This year several major ski film companies decided not to put out a film or doing a short film, resulting in tours with several shorts instead of one long feature. Do you guys prefer several films, or one big one?? What's some good ones you've seen so far?
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Short and free is a win win.
Full length films will always have a special place in my heart and the nostalgia of watching some of my favourites will always give me the feels.
This year, however, the only full length movie I've seen is Small World and I was not a fan at all.
I prefer short films cause I don't have much free time and I don't have the money to spend 20$ on every ski movie coming out
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Brocka_FlockaNothing beats the feeling of tearing open a package, opening the case, and plopping a DVD into a tray with you and all your homies waiting in excitement.
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I prefer full length films. For instance, it for sure was fun to be able to watch 15min of banger urban shots from Good Company in February, but I feel like they should've kept their shots and make a full length film, which would have been insane. I feel like people are being impatient with social media nowadays, which is understandable, but I'll always prefer the fact of keeping all your shots and dropping them at the end of the year to make one banger film.
I'll always say this: if you have the footage to back it, the classic 'ski porn' format is the best to me.
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