By:Abbie Barronian / Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Since humble beginnings 20 years ago, Poor Boyz Productions has been churning out high-quality ski films with an emphasis on freestyle and a focus on the individual athlete’s unique style and personality. We caught up with founder and owner Johnny DeCesare to get an idea of what we’re in for with this year’s Poor Boyz film, Twenty.
By:Griffin Post / Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2014
We’ll hopefully be in the mountains in less than 24 hours, camping in a remote backcountry area that’s supposedly holding good snow: untouched August snow easily justifying any hassle that comes along with finding powder.
By:Matt Hansen / Posted on Tuesday, September 16, 2014
For the first time in nearly two decades of putting out an annual ski film, TGR’s lead segment belongs to a woman. But not only does Angel Collinson break into the boys club in Almost Ablaze, which premiered Saturday at a sold-out outdoor showing in Teton Village, Wyoming, she damn near tears down the walls.
By:Julie Brown / Posted on Monday, September 15, 2014
Days Of My Youth is something different for MSP. Definitely, it’s their most accessible ski movie for all of us normal skiers. There’s more story, the cameras are the best in the world, the skiing is also the best in the world. But the message, about skiing keeping us young, brings things down to a level that any skier of any age or ability can appreciate. Here’s five things to watch for in Days Of My Youth.
By:Abbie Barronian / Posted on Monday, September 15, 2014
Stept stands apart from other major film companies in that they are truly a crew—a group of good friends looking to document their own season and unique style. With films that seem to buck traditional ski film formats and trends—last year’s Mutiny was an hour long urban segment with a decidedly dark tone—we’re looking forward to this years’ Ten and Two. We caught Nick Martini, co-director, on the phone to hear about their vision for this year’s film.