Private Films have been (surprise, surprise) around for 10 years now and have marked their decade in the snowboard game with what might be one of the strongest movies so far this season.
With a killer line-up from Benelux (The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg for those of you not West European inclined) including Seppe Smits, Sebbe de Buck, Joris Ouwerkerk, Jan Necas and a whole host of talented rippers.
What the Benelux-ean contingent lack in mountains, they make up in sheer good-vibes and tight riding. This film genuinely has it all from backcountry trips to park laps to urban night-time missions.
As to the normal methodology of films go, the banger ender goes off like New Years Eve in Las Vegas. Seppe Smits and Sebbe de Buck got invited to the infamous Nine Knights sessions in Livigno, Italy last season and apart from the occasional tantalising shot here and there, we haven’t peeped anything meaty from the session yet.
Well, Private Number 10 delivers in spectacular fashion with a riot of slow motion, heli tracking shots and more HD RED footage than Travis Rice’s home movies.
Definitely one to watch on the lunch-break…