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Remember To Fly: Sean Pettit
A remastered Super Proof edit of Sean Pettit’s 2013 season. “Remember To Fly” is just a sneak peak of the style of short films Super Proof will be taking on this winter season. Open your mind to the new age style of action filmmaking!
I’d Like To Share it With Y’all, But…
Last night at work I finished editing my Whistler video footage. I’ve watched it about 79 times today. 🙂 It’s only been 2 weeks and all I can think about is when I’ll be able to ski a mountain again. Sigh…
I’d love to share the video with y’all, but the music I added to it is copyrighted. YouTube takes it down. Any suggestions of how I can shere it? It’s about 500MB and 15 minutes in length.
2013′s Best Ski Films: Read our review of Tanner Hall’s “The Lost Season”
October 31st, 2013 by Donny O’Neill
The biggest thing to take away from Tanner Hall and Kyle Decker’s video project, The Lost Season, is quite simply this: the “Ski Boss” shows no signs of slowing down. The Lost Season begins in black and white, and includes a couple of voice-overs from Hall, through which he explains a bit of the thought process behind some of his lines and urban hits. Then, as to be expected, the reggae drops, and color returns. In what has become Hall’s trademark in recent years, we are treated to some amazing pillow skiing in British Columbia; he stomps stacks of pillow lines, the likes of which most can only dream about. In what may be the most encouraging aspect of the project, Hall shows that he still holds his own in the park, pipe and on the streets, too. Hall’s urban exploits in Quebec, along with footage from last year’s Dew Tour, the Nine Knights event, plus his aforementioned pillow attacks—it all helps to solidify Tanner’s unfading relevancy in the world of skiing.
Like Decker’s other recent film release, The Wallisch Project, The Lost Season comes in at about eight minutes long, making it easy to digest, and to watch over and again. Its $2.99 asking price is certainly worth it, especially for those who have grown up watching Tanner push the limits of skiing. As an extra bonus, a portion of the proceeds from sales of the film benefit Alpine Initiatives.
Trailer Page: http://ow.ly/qi7hw
Runtime: 8 minutes
Get It Now: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/id722328346