Well that’s it, that’s all. Oh just kidding, but this is the fifth and final webisode of Nimbus Independent’s Hunting Yeti series. Hopefully everybody enjoyed our new format and distribution method of five webisodes and one feature film. The fifth webisode caps off a truly amazing and monumental year for the Nimbus Crew.
This feature is a little different from the previous four. Eric was busy editing the “Hunting Yeti” film, Andy was still recovering from oral surgery and our cinematographers had to get summer jobs. So this episode is a compilation of solo missions.
Chris Benchetler starts off traveling to Australia to chase Kangaroo’s with Sirianni, providing some good lifestyle and a little action. Meanwhile, Pep grabbed the other camera and headed for Argentina. Here Pep hooks up with Dash and Garrett and gets the goods while working at South America Snow Sessions. Capping off the webisode is friend Sammy Carlson and his footage in New Zealand.
The webisodes are also available for free as iPod and HD computer downloads. You can find it all on our producer’s page at http://www.rip.tv/nimbusindependent. These downloads are FREE, all one has to do is create a profile with a username and password on Rip.Tv. The download versions have additional footage, different edits and are of higher quality. Watch it full screen on your computer and feel free to share it with your friends. Look for “Hunting Yeti – The Film” which is currently available on DVD at local shops or can be purchased online at: Evogear.com and poorboyzstore.com.
This is the fifth and final webisode which completes a great first year for Nimbus Independent and the Hunting Yeti series. Enjoy the summer exploits of Chris, Pep, and Sammy as they travel and film themselves in Australia, Argentina and New Zealand. Thanks for all the support and hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
“Hunting Yeti” is presented by K2 Skis and produced by Nimbus Independent in association with Poor Boyz Productions. Nimbus Independent is a group of liked minded friends trying to share a new perspective on film making and skiing. Please buy the DVD and support the cause so we can do it again next year.