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 at 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.

Rider: Jonaven Morre  /  Photographer: Jeff Patterson  /  Location: Revelstoke, Canada

PREMIERE DATES:

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 9th of October, Cologne, Germany www.trixandflix.de 10th October, Berlin, Germany www.berlin-freestyle.ch 17th October, Kaunertal, Austria www.kaunertal-opening.at 23rd October, London, UK www.londonfreeze.com 24th, October, Kitzbuhel, Austria www.sicktricktour.com 6th, November, Vienna, Austria www.wuk.at

TBA: Milan, Trient, Warsaw, Zagreb, Lyon, Prague, Munich, Lienz

For detailed information about a premiere in your city visit: www.pirate-movie-production.com

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.