Monday, November 29, 2010

Xavier de Le Rue : il ride sur un volcan

Xavier de Le Rue : il ride sur un volcan

Xavier describes trip to Volcan Puyehue crater with North Face team last Sept 2010....
Snowboarding the goods of Chile!

Thursday, November 11, 2010

ALL I CAN- Impressive!

On Nov 8th the Rocky Mountain Sherpas, outstanding filmakers released their teaser in Arcteryx website for their new movie ALL I CAN

There New fillm ALL I CAN, is a movie about opening our eyes about our enviroment and how affect us mountaineers, skiers , people.......

Some of the footage was taken skiing in September 2009 in Volcan Puyehue, Chile when we were working on an episode for Salomon Freeski TV , proud of spending times with this "Brains"...

Have it a look, because what they do is not a single ski movie, it is a masterpiece with an educational orientation.

Proud of my friends, really cause some Goose bumps!

All.I.Can. Official
Sherpas Cinema
on Vimeo.

What are the effects of the choices we make,
Why is our mother sick with disease,

Where are the places that we feel most alive,
Who are the people who are making change,

When are we going to learn,
How are we going to make it better?

The Sherpas ( proudly present All.I.Can: a two-year feature film project that fuses
our passions for riding and exploring the mountains with our potential to help the
environment. The film strives to unite global mountain culture and bind us together as the
leaders of a green revolution. We must be inspired to do all we can for the environment,
and we must learn how to take that first tiny step in the right direction.

Multi-award winning Directors Dave Mossop and Eric Crosland journey to Chile,
Morocco, Alaska, BC and beyond with riders Kye Petersen, Mark Abma, Eric
Hjorleifson, JP Auclair, James Heim, Chris Rubens, Mike Douglas, Dana Flahr, Rory
Bushfield, Ian McIntosh, Lynsey Dyer, Alexi Godbout, Matty Richard, Chad Sayers and
more. Full feature drops in fall 2011.
(We realize that it will be tempting to call us hypocrites and we welcome the dialogue
that we’ll inevitably create. This film, of course, has an environmental impact. Your
concerns will be addressed in full.)