Check out the new teaser for the Think Thank Almanac movie ‘Methods of Prediction’. This one is set to be a proper mish-mash of creative mini-shred and good times!
This past season, Think Thank divided their creative output into two video projects: Think Thank ‘Almanac’ and ‘Right Turn Left Turn’. Almanac was your regular part-based hammer affair, while ‘Right Turn Left Turn’ was more of a space for Jesse Burtner’s more out-there creative endeavors.
Think Thank appear to be continuing the trend going into the 2015 season, and ‘Methods of Prediction will be the new one from the Think Thank Almanac.
Although the teaser takes a little while to get going, once the second song kicks, we’re treated to the kind of snowboarding that we all know and love from the Think Thank crew – creative setups, mini-shred, tricks that take multiple views to comprehend and a super mellow fun-focused vibe throughout.
If the teaser is anything to go by, ‘Methods of Prediction’ is set to be a must watch this year.
Featuring: Brandon Reis, Ted Borland, Brandon Hammid, Desiree Melancon, Mitch Richmond, Nial Romanek, Parker Duke, Justin Keniston, Sam Hulbert, Chris Beresford, Ryan Paul, Fred Perry, Sammy Spiteri, Max Warbington, Erik Karlsson and Jesse Burtner.
Think Thank Snowboarding Almanac presents “Methods of Prediction” The Teaser. Scattered across the wind worn plains a group of free spirited snowboard life enthusiasts search for magical moments and the future of fun. Armed with snowboards, shovels, 2 white vans, various propulsion devices, cones, cans and combat like bond of friendship the Think Thank crew scours the globe leaving no park un-jibbed, no rope un-towed, no booter un-flipped and no pow un-slashed. Through extensive field research this crack team of snowboard bosses gets down to the grass roots of what makes snowboarding tick. So flip the Tarot cards, steep the tea, consult the star charts and chart the star’s homes because the end is only the beginning when the Think Thank Snowboarding Almanac uses it’s “Methods of Prediction”!