A Guide to Shooting a Snowboard Movie

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A Guide to Shooting a Snowboard Movie

Yep, chances are, your friends aren’t called Jessi Blackwell and Simon Houlind.. Photo: Daniel Tengs

It’s a very noble of you to think about getting all your friends involved. You’ve been homies and out snowboarding with them since forever, you have the absolute bestest of times when going away together, but are they really any good? Is it going to take them 300+ tries to finally win the fight against the rail? Is it more likely that they’ll land in the hospital rather than that really awesome trick?

Nobody is going to want to see countless slams, mediocre, or just plain bad shredding, no matter how elaborate the rest of your movie may seem. So if your friends don’t happen to be too good at snowboarding, are you ready to ditch them and search for someone else?

They’re possibly not going to take it too well, so you might as well prepare for some good old high school bullying. And will you actually find someone who’s down to film with you? Apart from yourself, everyone seems to be busy all the time, so you should start your quest early and have some treats in store to attract people’s attention.

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