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Lost Atlas Surf Movie
KAI NEVILLE, RETURNS WITH THE WORLD’S BEST SURFERS TO CREATE ANOTHER NEW WAVE OF FUTURISM WITH HIS NEW PROJECT:LOST ATLAS IT WILL BE A DESIRABLE AND RELEVANT PLATFORM FOR THOSE WHO DEMAND UNKNOWN PLEASURES BEYOND TRENDS AND ROUTINE. THIS IS POSTMODERNISM THIS IS YOUTH ON THE RUN
Rumors the movie
RUMORS is a cinematographic journey into the deepest Mexico ever seen on film. Join a select crew of surfers from around the globe for the most perfect surf in the country. Shot in full HD and over the course of 2 years, Rumors shows a side of Mexico that has never been seen before. Highlights include the recently discovered “Last Point”, the Sinaloa Coast and many other spots not previously featured on any surf video.
Cancer To Capricorn: "Path Of The Modern Gypsy" Webisodes!
Go to Surfline.com and grab the NEW Cancer To Capricorn: "Path Of The Modern Gypsy" Webisodes!
Triple9music is proud to support Alpine Initiatives as their official music supervisor to help further their cause. Through social, ecological and agricultural interactions, AI works to create and nurture sustainable environments and communities.
The Windsurfing Movie II
Building on the award winning success of The Windsurfing Movie (2007), Poor Boyz Productions gives a glimpse into the future of windsurfing through the eyes of Red Bull athlete Levi Siver.
X-Dance Film Festival 'Best Director' winner Johnny DeCesare and water-cinematographer Jace Panebianco, spent three years in production and filmed in seven countries in search of windsurfing's new frontier.
The Windsurfing Movie II expands on the story lines of The Windsurfing Movie with legendary Red Bull riders Jason Polakow, Robby Naish and featuring 16-year-old phenom Kai Lenny.
Through interactions with windsurfing's rich cast of characters, Levi Siver learns that sometimes you have to go further afield to find the best wind and waves--and to eventually find the best in yourself.
MOTO The Movie was the first film of its kind to truly showcase the complete spectrum of dirt bike riding and racing. After an extraordinary response from off-road motorcycle enthusiasts worldwide, we had no other choice but to one-up ourselves as we traveled the globe to work with the best riders in the business in the most exotic locations possible. The result? The most progressive MX action film of its time-MOTO2 The Movie!
Featuring Trey Canard, Eli Tomac, Ben Townley, Antonio Cairoli, , David Knight, Kendall Norman, Ricky Dietrich, Kurt Caselli, Julien Dupont and many many more….
Sponsored by: GEICO Powersports, GoPro Cameras, NoToil, Bolt Motorcycle Hardware, and FreeRideMX.com
Visit www.motoXcinema.com to view the trailer and order online. Order now and receive a FREE MOTO2 Poster $29.95.
Say My Name
Excited for winter? Stoked to see shots of Grete and crew shredding? Well, its your lucky day.
Eliassen set out on the ambitious two year project that spanned from Fall 2008 until Spring 2010. Along the same vein of past signature Red Bull films, Eliassen also recruited some of her friends to help along the way.
The film opens up with a banger montage of big-mountain skiing that mostly showcases the rapid progression Eliassen has undergone for the project, particularly in the backcountry. A fact that many - including myself - may find surprising is that Eliassen only recently learned the necessary backcountry skills for a project like "Say My Name." Co-creator Stan Evans informed the crowd that Eliassen really took it upon herself to prepare for the project with avalanche training, snowmobile instruction, and overall mountain safety. From the looks of it, it's hard to tell; she blends in like a veteran out there, cruising the steeps and dropping double stagers all day.
Fans interested in checking out "Say My Name" can download it on iTunes starting Oct. 4th, 2010
Reef to release "Cancer To Capricorn" through various surf magazines and to air on FuelTv!
Reef is proud to follow up their freshman surf video release, "Mixed Tape", with "Cancer To Capricorn"! "Cancer To Capricorn" features the Reef Surf Team in all their glory! With Powerhouses like Rob Machado, Mick Fanning, Mike Losness, Jay "The Bottle" Thompson, Ben Bourgeois, Paul "Fish Tales" Fisher (followthefish.tv), Tonino Benson and the rest of the unbelievable Reef Surf Team, this is a video that's sure to please. So if you don't have a mag subscription and don't have FuelTv, THEN GET OFF YOUR ASS AND GET ONE OR THE OTHER YOU JOEY!!!!!
“Scratching The Surface” Official trailer released by Irons Brothers Productions.
Triple9music is stoked to be collaborating with Irons Brothers Productions on “Scratching The Surface”, a surf documentary detailing the life of Australian surfer Julian Wilson. From the looks of the trailer, it’s going to be one amazing film!
“Revolver” is the latest and greatest for Poor Boyz Productions!
Once again the guys who brought you “Reasons” and “Everyday Is A Saturday” are at it again! Never one to lay down and take a break, Cody Carter, Tyler Hamlet and Johnny Decesare are at it again and are looking to impress!! With a great start with the trailer music, “Sunday School” from Colorado’s best Pretty Lights (prettylightsmusic), go download the album for free!). I mean who can resist a good beat and Notorious BIG samples???? Check the trailer below and get ready to have your hair parted when “Revolver” drops this year!
Hurley releases “Go Brett!” and bids Huntington Beach’s best good luck for his rookie year on the ASP world tour.
Hurley is a company that’s not going to just have a little get together for a “send off” for Brett Simpson as he embarks on his rookie year on the ASP world tour. Hurley figured they’d spend some loot, produce a video touting the youngster and throw a full on rager in downtown Huntington Beach and why not just have a cheerleading squad to help pump the guy up for his upcoming season!! Look for the video “Go Brett!” on Hurley’s website and on itunes as well
Triple9music wins 2010 Best Soundtrack at Xdance for “The Drifter”!
Once again Brian Wimmer and his crew have put on a stellar film festival in Salt Lake City, Utah! There were films from every genre of action sports from rock climbing to surfing and snowboarding. Running showing s for 5 straight days and after partys were the norm for this festival. Of course jaunts up to Park City were mandatory since there was tons of powder falling and all the “hollywoodians” there for Sundance were more interested in looking like they just got off the slopes rather than actually being on the slopes.