Triple flipping madness plus a behind the scenes look
Travis Parker is a legend. An integral part of the early-noughties Robot food crew, he helped change the way snowboard films were made, breaking down the traditional banger after banger format to include stupid tricks and piss-about sections.
Tadashi Fuse, formerly of Burton fame and now one of the YES team, is nothing short of legendary in Japan. Under the guidance of director Basti Balser, the Austrian based Pirate crew have been capturing the finest European snowboarding since 2003.
Standard Films are big dogs in the world snowboard film-making, having been there pretty much from the start. It’s odd to think that just over a decade ago, Absinthe were a bunch of Euro upstarts filming local riders with very little budget.
Unless you’ve miraculously found a way of reading this magazine without opening the plastic bag it came in, you will have noticed that there was a DVD in there. And if there wasn’t, then you need to go and have some serious words with your newsagent!
The last time Volcom’s film-making division Veeco produced a snowboard film was in 2006, so this is quite an event. Forum step forward once again with another team movie, the latest in a long line of classics that stretches all the way back to the Mack-Dawg directed The Resistance from 2000.
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