How important is this to your films? Most of the time it works out although it can happen that riders always arrive at the wrong time in terms of weather and snow which affects their parts. Did you bring anything else new to the table this year? Justin Hostynek, David Vladyka, Shane Charlebois behind the cameras and editing desks as well as Patrick Salama who has been editing our web shows and of course Kelli Kellenberger who helpus us all stay organized. On his very last try before the sun would leave and after approx ten times hiking this monstreous in run, he finally got it. This is the foundation of Absinthe Films and we all have been working together for years. We always look out for new talents. The Swoosh-wearing crew over at Nike Snowboarding have just dropped the first chapter of their three-part team video, The Nike Snowboarding Project.
Please enter your email so we can keep you updated with news, features and the latest offers. I felt that it motivated both riders even more and therefore resulted in even better shots. I was particularely stoked on the effort that Nicolas put in on finally getting a in. How important is this to your films? More snow in Europe is probably to biggest highlight throughout the entire film! Watch eagerly anticipated the follow-up to Sexual Snowboarding right here, right now.
We got him in our crews mid season for a few shoots and are very stoked to have the first ever South American rider in our film — without any sponsor backing him. Brandon Cocard has his absinte appearance and managed to deliver a great part.
Nicolas knew he had to get a if he wanted to win which he would have otherwise probably not have tried to get. The relief is that much bigger the more effort you have to put in, right?
It was the best time filming. Each filmer has his set of riders that he brought up and takes care of.
Absinthe Films’ “Resonance” North American Premiere Tour – Snowboard Magazine
More snow in Europe is probably to biggest highlight throughout the entire film! We listen to our riders who bring up suggestions of who they would like to ride with. Of course by early December we were getting sceptical but I was still in Brazil at that time drilling my feet in the hot sand. This episode of Absinthe’s ‘behind the scenes of Resonance’ series focusses on Kass and Gigi hooking up with Wolle Nyvelt in a pow-laden Arlberg and Being surreounded with good people that have the same understanding and expectations helps a lot.
LAAX definitely had the best season in a really long time snow wise. Manuel Diaz ran into the crew that was shooting on Stevens Pass — Shane called me up and told me about this amazing Chilean snowboarder.
How important is this to your films? Most of the time it works out although it can happen that riders always arrive at the wrong time in terms of weather and snow which affects their parts.
At the same time we have several filmers helping out for a few weeks or even months. Videos The Helgasons’ Pepping!
Absinthe Films’ “Resonance” North American Premiere Tour
Absinthe has four principle filmers: Justin Hostynek, David Vladyka, Shane Charlebois behind the cameras and editing desks as well as Patrick Salama who has been editing our web shows and of course Kelli Kellenberger who helpus us all stay organized. A retracted mechanical engine! That was the challange of this jump. Ten tricks, all slayed. Did you bring anything else new to the table this year? As mentioned before, a lot comes down to the crew vibe. This is the foundation of Absinthe Films and we all have been working together for years.
Not many people, every day snowfall, very exhausting work on the hill but it was magical. Right when I got back around the 10th of December it came down and all concerns were swept away. The latest in a long line of their high-octane yet aesthetically driven snowboard movies, Resonance will certainly ring your bell.
The credit belongs to our crew — Absinthe Films is a collective of people. Ride in the resort, hike a bit and build the next fine booter.
Absinthe Films’ Resonance – Patrick Armbruster Interview
Snow is always the driving factor but other premieer can come into play like logistics of a team shoot, contests that are nearby another crew. That these guys all can ride amazing is out of the question. When we started we had a good sense for the young and upcoming riders that stood loyal to us over all these years and we always went the extra mile to satisfy our audience.
So really anything is possible! Once the big snowfalls came to an end and the upper mountain opened up the kicker sessions started.
Absinthe Films’ Resonance – Interview with Patr
Danny Kass, who is starring for the first time in an Absinthe movie, did shoot his entire part over here within 3 weeks. If you are not interested you can unsubscribe at any time.
We always look out for new talents. I felt that it motivated both riders even more and therefore resulted in even better shots. Check out Swedish stallion Kalle Ohlson’s full interview from issue of our print mag.
Around New Years the next big load fell in Switzerland and the motivation went through the roof. Crews team up, riders switch up and meet up with other crews. Absinthe Films dropped the World Premiere of their latest movie, Resonanceearlier this month and are currently in the midst of their continent-spanning Resonance movie tour. Shane Charlebois, our US filmer and strategic operator, did also find the spot to be. Cookies help us deliver our services.
The Swoosh-wearing crew over at Nike Snowboarding have just dropped the first chapter of their three-part team video, The Nike Snowboarding Project. There is a need for both. It was a hell of a ride and Onboard was there since the beginning to back us up! A few new faces in the crew will give the movie a refreshing feel as well.
We have a few new additions this year and it worked out great with every single one. There are 0 comments.