Send It! - Mixed Films | Virtual
Back flips, catching some good air, skiing pow and running class V rapids are all at play. Just be sure you make it home to tell the tale. Pick your toy and send that line!
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Girls Gotta Eat Dirt
The story of three best friends, roommates, and riding partners with a taste for the finer things. Namely plenty of dirt on their jorts and lighthearted, fun mountain bike action in the high alpine.
Can't Beat This Place For Fun
This film is a small vignette of Fretwater Boatworks, a very unique boat crafting shop that keeps the tradition of wooden dory building alive whilst honoring the dreams of Grand Canyon pioneer Martin Litton. These beautiful boats still represent advocacy toward wild places compromised and/or lost.
When celebrated professional skiers Lorraine Huber and Hedvig Wessel join forces to take on the Freeride World Tour, director Katie Burrell thinks this just might be a premise dreamt up in Girl-Boss heaven. With too perfect a setup and too high of expectations, Burrell exposes the impossible challenge that female athletes continually face in action sports.
Never in the Way
Chicago-based bike messenger, Nico Deportago-Cabrera, sees city maps like a central nervous system. Everything’s connected. Roads and buses and people and cars, all carrying bits of information around a giant organism and making it live and breathe. ‘The point,’ he says, ‘is to never be in the way
Resilience traces the story of Kevin Rolland during his world record attempt on a quarter pipe at a very important time in his life. He puts all his cards on the table hoping for the best possible outcome.
Emilie Pellerin has spent most of her adult life travelling the world and living a dirtbag life. She has honed her skills on the rock and in the process has become one of the world’s best onsight climbers and now she’s ready to put onsighting aside and try pushing her level on her hardest trad route yet, La Zébrée, a spectacular 5.14a overhanging crack in Quebec.