Trailer Time 2007 is here!

Trailer Time 2007 is here!

Does a summer devoid of skiing have you in the doldrums? Well, look no further than Freeskier’s Trailer Time 2007 to wet your palette and get your psyched up for the movie releases this fall. This is the one stop to satiate your need for the upcoming season’s ski porn. The trailers are looking better than ever, with offerings from Poorboyz, MSP, TGR, Rage Films and more. You’ll kill plenty of time drooling over the various teasers the dozen companies have provided.

But don’t think that the action is the only thing new with Freeskier’s Trailer Time! You’ll be amazed with our new video player. Tired of the small 320×240 trailers of old? Our trailer sizes dwarf them with the option to view the trailers in full screen glory. Have a long flight to sit through? Subscribe to our podcast and you’re all set to put these babies on your iPod. Hate having to scroll around difficult navigation? You can now view all the videos in a simple, pop-up window, thus allowing you to give your full attention to these cinematic pieces.

If ski withdrawal or boredom have you cornered, then just head on over to Trailer Time 2007, click and enjoy.

Here’s a bit of information on the trailers we’ve got running now:

SAVE
Plehouse Films

Starring: JF Houle, Alexis Godbout, JF Cusson, Charles Gagnier, Manu Gaidet, Xavier
De Le Rue, Franck Raymond, Arnaud Kugener, Josh Bibby, Phil Larose and Phil
Bélanger.

Synopsis: Skiing being threatened by the consequences of Global Warming is a
point of interest to every skier. We think we can make a difference at being a
help to the problem by exposing some of the facts through the movie. The
goal here is to sensitize but to make our audience realize that skiing is on the
line with the consequences of GW. Brought to you with the incredible
performances of the best riders to date, enjoy “SAVE.”


A New Dawn

H30 Films

Starring: Bibby, Gilberti, Haupt, Kubas, Luezkow, Miller, Paradise, Schiller, Seaton, Seigbert

Synopsis: Two years ago production started with a single focus on our mind: to tell the story of two years as true and interesting as possible. What you are about to watch is the culmination of this idea, brought to life through our cameras, our travels and our experiences, which we have come to call “A New Dawn”.


Believe

The Bigger Picture

Starring: Tanner Hall, Seth Morrison, many others

Synopsis: The bigger picture is at it again, this time with more backcountry action than ever. Don’t miss one of the most progressive movies of the year, complete with massive airs, deep pow, and the sickest pillow line you will ever see!


Chronillogical

Stept Productions

Starring: Cody Ling, Mike Clarke, Shea Flynn, Andrew Hathaway, Jeff Kiesle, Alex Martini, Nick Martini, Matt Morrison, Richie Paradise, Brady Perron, Cam Riley, Matt Walker, Tom Wallisch, Tom Warnick

Synopsis: Let us take you on an adventure through the hottest newschool events and locations presented in “Chronillogical” order. From September 06 through June 07, the Stept Crew was constantly traveling around the US and Canada striving to ‘get the shot”. With some of the best young skiers around, “Chronillogical” is sure to make even your mom happy.


Enjoy

Rage Films

Starring: Ashley Battersby, Jamie Burge, Julian Carr, Kyler Cooley, Ian Cosco, Reggie Crist, Ahmet Dadali, Taylor Felton, Enak Gavaggio, Dylan Natale, Richard Permin, Jamie Pierre, Daron Rhalves, Tim Russell, Jessica Soblowski, Tom Wayes

Synopsis: Making a ski movie is a constant battle of conditions, terrain and travel. Our season began by driving all over the country chasing down handrails, as it continued, “global warming” and inconsistent snowfall patterns became our biggest obstacle. This made us quickly learn that we had to be on-call, ready to be anyplace at any time. From greasing handrails in New York to perfect conditions in Alaska, our crew was there at a moments notice. Often it meant waking up at 6 am and digging for hours, building a jump that wouldn’t be hit until the following day. Or being stuck in AK for days on end watching the snow fall, anticipating the moment it clears. Then only to negotiate slides, lines, and exposures that challenged even our most seasoned riders. In the end we were rewarded with the most technical urban, progressive backcountry, and big mountain lines that has redefined skiing to us? Enjoy.


Idea

Eric Iberg (PBP)

Starring: Pep Fujas, Andy Mahre, Eric Pollard

Synopsis: Set in the mountains of Utah, Oregon, Washington and Alaska, Idea follows the season of three skiers who have taken a unique and progressive approach to the sport.


Jibberama

SOS Films

Starring: Joel Albaladejo, Noah Albaladejo, Pako Benguerel, Carlos Domínguez, Axel Escoda, Albert Martínez, Luka Melloni, Jamie Puigdengoles, Javi Vega Guillem Viladomat

Synopsis: SOS Films presents the trailer of the first authentic Spanish freeride film, in HD. Set in the parks of Spain during the winter of 2006-2007, we are proud to present the first film made by riders, for riders. In it, you can see Jaime Puigdengoles, Pako Benguerel, Luka Melloni, Javi Vega, Carlos Domínguez, Joel and Noah Albaladejo, and many other riders, making the best out of one of the worst seasons in history.


Look it Up

4bi9 Media

Starring: AJ Dakoulas, Dave Euler, Rich Fahey, Dylan Ferguson, Andrew Holson, Jeff Kiesel, John Kutcher, Kyle Lukacs, Tim Maney, Andrew Napier, Brady Perron, Steve Stepp, Dale Talkington, Tom Wallisch, Ryan Wyble

Synopsis: In the fall of 2006, AJ Dakoulas and Andrew Napier boarded a plane to Utah with one goal in mind: to create a unique and refreshing film documenting the best up and coming riders around America. 37 tapes, 11 broken skis, 5 hospital trips, and 1 eventful season later, 4BI9 is proud to announce the release of their first ever full-length movie. The film, titled Look It Up, follows the 4BI9 crew to numerous locations around North America, as they strive endlessly to “get the shot�.


Lost and Found

Teton Gravity research

Starring: Shroder Baker, Cody Barnhill, Micah Black, Mark Carter, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Chris Collins, Dana Flahr, Dylan Hood, Victoria Jealouse, Jeremy Jones, Dash Longe, Ian McIntosh, Seth Morrison, Jeremy Nobis, Kye Petersen, Erik Roner, Candide Thovex

Synopsis: From industry leader Teton Gravity Research comes a must have cinematic epic. Shot on 16mm and HiDef, LOST AND FOUND is the story of the extraordinary season of 2007 as seen through the eyes of world-class skiers and snowboarders. With global drought persisting and ski resorts closing around the world, athletes are forced to follow the snow, sending them deep into the uncharted north country of Alaska and Canada. Filmed almost entirely in North America, LOST AND FOUND is a testament to the terrain and conditions that only exist in the Western Hemisphere. This film will take you into the vast, unexplored Tordrillos Range of Alaska, proving that some of the best big mountain riding in the world is still completely undiscovered. Athletes take advantage of the bountiful winter in British Columbia, hit disturbing park features in Aspen and score over-the-head powder pillows at Skeena Heliskiing. The winter of 2007 was feast or famine; LOST AND FOUND documents the feast.


Magic Moves

Field Productions

Starring: Stian B. Berentsen, Christopher Frankum, Fridtjof Fredricsson, John-Håvard Grøgaard, PK Hunder, Espen Linnerud, Lasse Nyhaugen, Even Sigstad, Åsmund Thorsen, Jørgen P. Willumsen

Synopsis: Fresh out of Norway, Magic Moves is packed with action and creative camerawork, making for an unforgettable film.


M.E.M.O.

New Intelligent Group

Starring: Jack Borland, Ian Compton, Andrew Creed, Ian Durkin, Andy Elliott, Jack Elliott, Bill Guiliano, Chris Guiliano, Andrew Holson, Dan Kiesel, Jeff Kiesel, Kohl Schoening, Derek Spong, Dale Talkington, Evan Williams, Ryan Williams

Synopsis: New Intelligent Group proudly presents to you an action packed skiing extravaganza…“Memo.â€? This season we saved up all our footage to try and produce our first amateur ski flick. Of course I am used to posting many edits throughout the season, videos including “Mt. Hood Shenanigansâ€? as well as many many others. Anyways… its all coming together… were all looking forward to our Mt. Hood trip this summer again like we did last year. The movie has a fun group of kids with lots of talent riding for their love of the sport (yeah were soul skiiers! like team pup n’ suds!)


More For The Astronauts

Voleurz

Starring: Josh Bibby, Dane Collison, Braden Dean, Justin Dorey, Simon Dumont, Andrew Jackson, Tristan Jeswiet, Aaron Johnson, Corey Kilm, Riley Leboe, Mat Margetts, Samodien Bros, TJ Schiller, Cam Schuster, Jan Schuster, Joe Schuster, Josh Stack, Justin Vanderpoelen, Tyler Weed, Shayne Zwickle

Synopsis: This year’s Voleurz film showcases skiers, snowboarders, and even skaters doing what they do best, in the park and in the backcountry.


On Air

Tuckered Out Films

Starring: Adam Battersby, Ashley Battersby, Ty Battersby, Ian Cosco, Chris, Culnane, Ahmet Dadali, Giray Dadali, Witt Foster, Ross Imburga, Nick Mir, Tyler Secrest, Erik Van Ingen, Jossi Wells, McRae Williams

Synopsis: Tuckered Out Films presents their sophomore release Directed by Dylan Tucker, “On Air.” This year’s line up features some great up and coming talent as well as a few notable pros. Shot on location in some of the East Coast’s finest resorts, Utah’s best terrain, and more urban establishments than a Lil Flip video, Tuckered Out Films’ “On Air” will be a flick to add to your ski film library.


P.N.W.

Theory 3 Media

Starring: Charley Ager, Justin Dorey, Johnny Five, Charles Grant, James Heim, Max Hill, Kevin Hjertaas, Brandon Kelly, Erich Kunz, PY Leblanc, Riley Leboe, Ian McIntosh, Andrev McIver, Colin Puskas, Joe Schuster, Josh Stack

Synopsis: This high definition freeskiing project documents the travels and locations visited by focusing a unique group of athletes and an entire season on the endless areas of Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Alberta and Oregon. The project includes 2 different edits, 1 which is layed out based on the highway systems of the PNW (Pacific Northwest), and the 2 which is layed out as an athlete segmented film documenting each athlete’s season (Pretty Nice Winter).


P.O.M.E. (Product Of My Environment)

Abstract Films

Starring: Tristan Corriveau, Andrew Hathaway, Justin Kenison, Jack Kyle, Taylor McIntosh, Matt Pothier, John Turner

Synopsis: Mack Fisher and Taylor McIntosh have a unique vision of what a ski movie should be. Instead of just rattling off action shots in traditional ski porn fashion, they have set out to create a true story, showing the process and effort needed to get the perfect shot and reminding us that global warming is having a devastating impact not only on skiing, but on the entire world.


Seven Sunny Days

Matchstick Productions

Starring: Mark Abma, Ingrid Backstrom, Sarah Burke, Rory Bushfield, Sammy Carlson, Mike Douglas, Simon Dumont, Hugo Harrison, James Heim, Eric Hjorleifson, CR Johnson, Shane McConkey, Jon Olsson, Chris Rubens, TJ Schiller, Colby West, Mike Wilson

Synopsis: MSP takes their polished style and mind-blowing action all over the world in their new film. Packed with big lines, huge airs and incredible cinematography, this movie is guaranteed to impress.


Yeah Dude!

Poor Boyz Productions

Starring: JP Auclair, Chris Benchetler, Anthony Boronowski, Sammy Carlson, Craik Coker, JF Cusson, Simon Dumont, Andreas HÃ¥tveit, Peter Olenick, Julien Reginer, Tim Russell, John Spriggs, John Symms

Synopsis: If you’re a Poor Boyz fan, you’ve probably noticed PBP’s movies follow a formula: The world’s best riders + sick locations + sick action – filler = the best ski movie of the year. PBP’s 2007 release Yeah Dude follows the Poor Boyz tradition of scintillating action, sending crews to all points of the globe to capture the year’s best skiing. But when it came time to assemble the pieces, PBP started expanding its repertoire. Once the snow melted, many of Yeah Dude’s athletes and crew members visited the Poor Boyz studios to give candid accounts of their seasons. The result is a much more intimate portrait of the Poor Boyz crew than you’re used to, but without any consequent lulls in the action. Yeah Dude gives you all the skiing action you expect from PBP. But Yeah Dude is unlike any ski movie you’ve seen before.


8 Years Later

ShineLineProductions

Starring: Kiffor Berg, Chris Davenport, Ted Davenport, Pat Doyle, Patrick Sewell

Synopsis: Set in the beautiful Colorado backcountry, 8 Years Later is packed with face shots, kickers, and gnarly lines.

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