21 May 2012    

Ein superschön gemachtes Powder Video aus Kanada wo die Provo Brüder Ian und Neal zwei Monate in der Retallack Lodge verbrachten. Coole Zeitrafferaufnahmen und Pulver der einen mehr als neidisch werden lässt. Das Einzige was den Jungs fehlt sind Splitboards..

..oder hab ich da was übersehen? Na ja, in Kanada fliegt man Heli oder lässt sich vom Snowmobil fahren.. bei den Distanzen, keine Frage.

"During the winter of 2011, my brother Neil and I were presented with a once in a lifetime opportunity. We were to spend two months embedded in the heart of the Kootenays at the legendary Retallack Lodge. The mission was to shred pow with our good friend Tanner, who was on his comeback, and to help film Retallack:The Movie for Inspired Media Concepts. I took the role of the dedicated time lapse junkie, while Neil was a true on slope camera master. This video is a showcase of our skills behind the camera, as well as a few of our favorite long lens shots from Retallack:The Movie. Time lapses make way for deep powder mining, and a trip into the heart of the "silvery slocan" to see how silver miners conquered the mountains a century ago. Mining for powder in the Selkirk mountains is serious business, and we found out just how serious it can get. We hope you enjoy our short film, and perhaps absorb just a sliver of the energy that is Retallack Lodge in beautiful British Columbia." ian provo



"Time is the Enemy" Quantic
"Cripple Creek" Stringbean
"Sitting on top of the world" Sam Chatman
"Sitting on top of the world" Grateful Dead

Intro graphic:
Main title directed by Kilian Amandola and Yoann Ponti
Photographer Almira Mederic