A Guide to Shooting a Snowboard Movie

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A Guide to Shooting a Snowboard Movie

If Arlberg is your chosen spot, you might run into the likes of Jed Anderson throwing down a front 9 and we all know, that he won’t pussy out Photo: Cyril Mueller

No matter if you’re hunting for street spots or planning on backcountry madness, searching for the right spot will take a while and is a pain in the ass. You spend countless hours alone in your car, crusing the streets trying to picture good shots. Chances are, another film crew has already been there and peed on it.

If you’re lucky enough to have found something, that won’t get the haters to spit out the inevitable “NAH-AH, THIS AIN’T A NEW SPOT, SUCKERS!” then you should be sure to show up there early. Believe it or not, the second it’s been dumping, everyone’ll be out there filming and you might end up bumping into another crew. There’s nothing more annoying, than having to discuss who gets to stay and who’ll be the whiny bitch leaving the spot with his tail tucked between his legs or being called out for copying someone’s spot.

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