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A documentary on pro skateboarder Danny Way's tough childhood and his contributions to the sport, including footage of his jump over the Great Wall of China.
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Surfers and secret spots from around the world are profiled in this documentary.
semiserious, often rollicking, multigenerational insider's look at the origins of surfing, the colorful and subversive birth of surf culture, and the mythology and lure of the big wave. This passionate and fluid film is without question the first authentic history of surfing from its humble Hawaiian beginnings to the big business it became to the still-rebellious universe it inhabits today. Riding Giants is a study in individuality and freedom, the pursuit and techniques of pure kinetic pleasure, and the risk taking and attitudes that characterize its leading figures. For some viewers, this is perhaps more than they ever wanted to know. But Peralta's detailed knowledge of the surfing lifestyle, its icons and locations, its boom and exploitation by the media, and the fascination it has held for young men for more than five decades is unparalleled and fuels this expedition for the expert and initiate alike. Closely chronicling the sometimes-life-and-death drama that big-wave riding entails, Riding Giants is an often-mesmerizing visual thrill ride. But the most appealing aspect of this often revelatory documentary is the realization that the man versus nature dialectic never ends; the search for the ultimate wave and the spiritual pinnacle can only be pursued but never reached.—Sujit R. Varma
The crown jewel to ten years of Bruce Brown surfing documentaries. Brown follows two young surfers around the world in search of the perfect wave, and ends up finding quite a few in addition to some colorful local characters.
Tristan Patterson’s documentary, Dragonslayer, opens with an ambitious display of skate dedication from the film’s protagonist, Josh ‘Skreech’ Sandoval. Skreech’s style harks back to the days of the Z-Boys, as he drains and then skates a dilapidated backyard swimming pool on his own, until he’s kicked out by an angry owner. He lives an anarchic, freewheeling lifestyle, and much of the film documents him hanging out with his girlfriend, smoking joints and skating.
Travis Rice and crew set out on a mission for a new zone, a new trick and a new perspective on snowboarding. They're travelling the world with moves that leave you wondering: how did they do that?
Follow the story of two charismatic athletes, skier Richard Permin and snowboarder Victor de Le Rue. Share their joys, fears, challenges and pain as they shred big and deep lines in Alaska
From award-winning documentary filmmaker Stacy Peralta comes Patagonia’s The Yin & Yang of Gerry Lopez, a film that lifts the veil on one of surfing’s most enigmatic heroes.
Presented by Inner Relm Wetsuits.
Documentary about five-time Olympic medalist and native Hawaiian Duke Paoa Kahanamoku.
Never back down from the challenge.
Inside a world-class snowboard training camp. Join Mark McMorris and friends as they push themselves and their sport in preparation for the biggest contest season of their careers at an idyllic training camp in Switzerland.
Locked inside the Canadian border with a tight group of talent, we knew the time was right to deliver our first film. A movie that showcases the extraordinary riders and terrain this country holds. Influenced by the videos we grew up watching, we followed the recipe: point the camera, capture the moments, inspire the community, contribute to the culture.
By Pirate Movie Production & Red Bull Media House
A short film featuring Arthur Longo, made with friends near and far during winter 2021.
An intimate portrait of a snowboard superstar. From snowboarding latecomer to international superstar, get ready to take a deep dive into the world of Anna Gasser in this action-packed, full-length documentary.
The Partylaps series of movies was so good that 3.0 couldn't be the last!
We're starting this party - Have fun
Feat. Werni Stock, Mario Wanger, Tom Tramnitz and Friends. A Snowboard movie filmed in Austria Exclusively. Powder jumps, freeriding, Penken Park Action and a stunning Sunset Kicker Session at Zillertal Arena.
DC Snowboarding is thrilled to present Must Be Nice, the first team movie produced by DC since 2008. Must Be Nice chronicles the 2012 season of the DC team, including Devun Walsh, Iikka Backstrom, Lauri Heiskari, Torstein Horgmo, Aaron Biitner, Ryan Tiene & Anto Chamberland. The movie showcases the DC team riding around the globe, with candid moments of the guys in action. Must Be Nice is a celebration about having fun snowboarding with your friends in the mountains and in the streets. A true team movie, this film is what snowboarding is to DC and promises not to disappoint.
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An action sports classic featuring some of the best professional snowboarders in the world.
10 Barrel presents; Pray for Snow: The Movie. Join our team of 10 Barrel athletes; Ben Ferguson, Eric Jackson, Lucas Wachs, and Curtis Ciszek as they celebrate awesome snow, one of our favorite beers, and good times with friends.
From the brewery that brought you Pray for Snow: the Movie; here's the latest snowboarding film from 10 Barrel Brewing. Hold My Beer... features Curtis Ciszek and Eric Jackson with special guests as they travel North America in search of deep pow and perfect landings.
A snowboard photographer for almost 10 years, I have been filming everything I take a picture of (and much more) since the past 4 years. I am now putting together a supercut style edit, showing the backstage of snowboard movie making, as well as rising existential questions such as : "what the fuck are we doing here?!". In the style of a philosophy exam, the movie will try to answer the question : "Is there anything truely beautiful?", that is, in what we do, and what we are, pro snowboarders.
Winter defined by feast or famine, shattered snowfall records and endless droughts, tidal waves, floods, and for many, a season that simply would not end. In a time where technology and the energy of our planet are accelerating off the charts and Mother Nature's confusion can no longer be explained away by experts.