A true Snowboard movie on 16mm
The pirates are back on board to cruise around the world. The new film titled “Jolly Roger” will be presented for the first time ever on the World Premiere in Innsbruck, Austria on the 11th of September 2009
But the film is not the only reason to visit the premieres. Another highlight is of course the legendary pirate parties with famous bands and a number of established dj’s who are going to perform.
If you can’t come to Innsbruck don’t be sad because there is also an exciting premiere taking place next to your hometown.
11th September, Innsbruck, Austria, www.maxevents.at
12th September, Dornbirn, Austria www.conradsohm.com
19th September, Salzburg, Austria www.rockhouse.at
24th September, Moscow, Russia
26th of September, Zurich, Switzerland www.freestyle.ch
2nd October, Gothenburg, Sweden www.parken.se
2nd October, Stuttgart, Germany www.halleleven.de
3rd, October, Oslo, Norway www.session.no
3rd October, Munich, Germany, www.theaterfabrik-muenchen.de
3rd October, Warsaw, Poland
9th of October, Cologne, Germany www.trixandflix.de
10th October, Berlin, Germany www.berlin-freestyle.ch
10th October, Wroclaw, Poland
17th October, Kaunertal, Austria www.kaunertal-opening.at
23rd October, London, UK www.londonfreeze.com
23th October, Kitzbuhel, Austria www.sicktricktour.com
24th October, Lienz, Austria, Café Wha
6th November, Vienna, Austria www.wuk.at
The Jolly Roger represents THE ultimate personification of the Pirate ethos. It remains, as it was at the beginning of the 18th century, the insignia of people who do not consider themselves bound by the usual rules of engagement. Two dozen riders from 12 different countries caught on 16 mm, each bringing their unique style and together raising the flag once again. The crew chased shots across 3 continents, from the mountains of Salt Lake City to the alpine snowfields of Kitzbuhel to the active volcanoes of Kamchatka. Expect innovative backcountry snowboarding, creative city jibs and sh*t loads of powder, all wrapped up in the typical analog Pirate style.
The DVD will come with a 100-page art book again, packed with various works from motivated Pirates, including the riders.
Riders: Danny Larsen, Juuso Laivisto, Emeric Front, Gigi Rüf, Hans Ahlund, Tyler Chorlton, Marco Feichtner, Marko Grilc, Drew Fuller, Dimi Fesenko, Markus Keller, Eirik Haugo, Elias Elhardt, Björn Hartweger, Teo Konttinen, Kalle Ohlson, Sani Alibabic, Stephan Maurer, Osa, Jocki Köffler, Mike Casanova, Lukas Goller, Filippo Kratter, Blair Habenicht
Thanks for all of you who came out and made High Cascade Snowboard camp this summer. The summer concluded with the Golden Marshmallow awards in which the best of the best from each department was voted by camp. Kirk Kaufman won Digger of the year. He accepted the award in true digger fashion. I won most helpful in the demo center, I was also the only person in there most of the summer. Be on the lookout for some edits coming your way via me.
Hey everyone, just wanted to send a shot of my wedding. It was the best day ever! I’m off on my honey moon and then getting ready for the season. Hope everyone is enjoying the last part of the summer. – Danny
Okay only after 5 flights and 2 bus rides, we actually made it to Bariloche and South America Snow Sessions http://www.sasnowsessions.com Snow is looking a bit bare, but words of a storm on the horizon.
Flight. Meet. Flight. Sleep. Wine. Sleep. Layover in Peru. Flight. Wine. Wine. Sleep. Change Planes in Santiago. Sleeeep. Arrive Buenos Aires.
Security in South America is completely refreshing from America. Walk in with your shoes, belt, everything. Most places didn’t even have huge bins for you to put your stuff. You just walk in and if you signal the alarm, they ask what you have….and your in!
The bin of forbidden items. Just toss it in if they tell you too.
Arrived in Buenos Aires at a completely different terminal from the rest of the team. Waited for an hour and then decided to go look for everyone. For some reason Customs was completely closed, so entered Argentina without even a Customs check….tadow (that’s for Joel).
Took a bus to another airport to catch our flight to Bariloche...courtesy of SASS and Ramon. Probably would've ended up lost. Thanks guys.
So, if you’ve been following the blogs, you know that the K2 snowboarding team is down here in Argentina. We’ve been lucky enough to be hosted by the SASS (South American Snow Session) camp, and it has been the trip of a lifetime! Joining us, just two days ago was Leanne Pelosi, along with Shaun Mckay, Eero, Robbie J, Gretchen Bleiler, myslef, Winkel, and the Joel, we have set out to find powder, eat massive amounts of steak, and stack a large amount of lifeys, and product shots. We’ve been shooting on the new products for 2010-2011, and I have to say that the next years graphics are poppin’, and off the chain this year! Here’s a couple shots from my travels…..I can’t release any a grade bangers, but these phots will have to do for now!
The international terminal in LAX, just before jumping on the plane for 20 hours.
Joel Brinson in LAX. One part graphic design genius, two parts Dad's tea connisuer
Argentinians are known for their love of steak and various meat products
Shaun and Eero, getting misty in the trees
Gretchen in front of Bariloche's beatiful lake.
No doubt, Eero loves money
Robbie J Walker, gettin' some pow after waiting out the storm
Bariloche is known for it's "spires" and endless scenery
K2 team sometimes mistaken for a band....Leanne is the lead singer.
Classic Argentine meal. Meat, sausage, and a little veggies
Variety Pack’s ‘Not Bad!’ Teaser #2 – Check it! World Premiere info below…
Variety Pack’s Not Bad! World Premiere
On Saturday August 29th join the Variety Pack Crew in Utah Fine Arts Auditorium for the World Premiere of Not Bad!
Variety Pack’s “Not Bad!” is now available at www.varietyinyourlife.com for $19.99 so peep the new teaser & order yourself a copy! Soon to be at a Celtek dealer near you, “not bad!” features a rider lineup that won’t have you skipping parts & will have you wishing it wasn’t only August.
Featuring: Alex Andrews, Ben Hanisch, Trevor Rhoda, Max Honegger, Gulli Gudmondsson, Sean Black, Jed Anderson, Chris Grenier, Bode Merrill, JP Tomich, Knut Eliassen, Brandon Hammid, Ben Farrell, Ted Borland, Mac Spedale, Clint Allan, Andrew Burns, Mark Sollors, Cam Pierce, & Matt Belzile.
Hola Amigos y Amigas! I’m just hanging out in my apartment at the Sass Camp getting ready to head back to the States after a 6 day adventure in the A Factor. The A Factor is name for Argentina and the way this country operates, which is in a way unlike any other. Lots of their ways don’t make sense to us fast past Americans, but this is the beauty of Argentina and the experience. See the below picture for a perfect A Factor example. This is a picture of our shower. Notice that the shower head is in an unusual place (one might say it’s in the wrong spot, but in Argentina there is no wrong spot).
Camp life was great; the Sass crew is really opening up some amazing opportunities for kids to come down and learn about a different culture and how to ride backcountry conditions in a safe way. Everyone here is super nice, knowledgable and accomadating and lodge life is never complete without the token big dog and here she is; Mauria in all of her glory!
too early to get up
The vibe in Bariloche the last 6 days was very winter break style. Tons of people celebrating winter. There were parades
there were snow polo matches
Apparently every High School Senior in Argentina takes a trip to Bariloche and they come and they all wear the same outfits. This is team orange mixed in with a little bit of team red. Guaranteed good lifestyle shots were taken here!
It snowed everyday that we were here. The first few days it was more like slush and less like snow but yesterday was the real deal and we got a fun powder day and got some shots for the catalog.
We also got an up close and personal experience in their totally unique bamboo forests! We kind of explored a little bit too far off the beaten path and really found ourselves thick in bamboo, had to hike out and would have liked to have had a machete, but an experience we will never forget!
So thank you to everyone who helped us along our way everyday! Thanks Argentina, thanks Sass and thanks Bariloche for a great experience!
Today was the last day of session six up here at High Cascade Snowboard Camp. Unfortunately we woke up to a rainy mountain so we didn’t hit the slopes. But a day without snowboarding just means a day of roller skating! With a crew of campers we loaded the Awesome bus and headed to a magical place called Roller World! -Tim