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Phil Casabon and go-to filmmaker friend Brady Perron use a fresh recipe in their latest piece Nuance. Using their strong chemistry, the duo flips a new page, hitting home for skiers and beyond. Phil continues taking chances to grow and push his craft, a task easier said than done. Motivated by a ski background and Quebecois heritage, Perron shoots to reflect a lesser-known side of Casabon. Nuance keeps a high-performance ski standard but manifests Phil’s spiritual connection and obsession with his savoir-faire. Casabon’s goofy youthfulness remains strong while an increasingly intense focus looms. Nuance digs into a hands-on and harsh journey, one scattered with wintry vibes, Phil’s je ne sais quois and a fistful of special moments. A contrasting collection of audio and imagery represent the healing, fun, and dismay necessary for Casabon to fulfill his goals. Perron’s lens and post-production glue together a souvenir of months shooting rather than a document.
Shot and edited by Brady Perron
Titles by Joseph Toney
Animations by Corey Ryan
Narration by Elisa Lasowski
An adaptation of Run and Hide by Jay Electronica and the Bullitts
Additional footage by Emile Bergeron, JF Houle, Raphael Sevigny
Presented by Armada
Support from Wells Lamont, Full Tilt, Blue Tomato and Tall T Productions