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Endless British Columbian pow and genuine storytelling in new film, ‘Frames’

In this day and age, when you can film and edit videos on your phone within a matter of minutes, there are a good amount of half-assed offerings out there. We get that, and appreciate the technology we have at our fingertips, without a doubt. But we also have a ton of respect for the folks out there who are taking the time and effort to produce video content that really stands out. Frames, a recently released (and free) ski film, absolutely stands out.

Created by filmmaker Ed Foster, skier Kieran Nikula and friends, Frames follows the story of Foster as he travels from Hong Kong to British Columbia in search of simplicity and skiing. In BC, he connects with Kieran Nikula (who frickin’ shreds) and the two get to work capturing deep powder in expansive backcountry zones.

“The journey to British Columbia from the stifling boundaries of Hong Kong is like stepping out of a crowded room to breathe in the clean air outside,” Foster narrates. “The endless expanse of untamed land provides the necessary clarity to complete my story.”

Grab some popcorn, or a beer, or both, and set aside 25 minutes to watch this cinematic gem, folks.

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