Featuring: Andy Partridge, Ian King, Dylan Sondrup, Jake Mageau, Forster Meeks, Paddy Flanagan, Thomas Woodley, Chase Mohrman, and Christian Franchino.
Filmed by Oliver Hoblitzelle
Edited by Oliver Hoblitzelle & Sanch
Thank you to everyone who helped make this video possible especially Paul @ Tall T Productions.
Catch Phil Casabon’s iconic mystique unveiled by filmer and friend Brady Perron during their time spent shooting Phil's X Games Real Ski 2018 winning video. "En Particulier" takes the viewer through Casabon’s passionate process, raw thrill and Quebec roots. His playfulness, determination and coordination play out for 23 minutes of intimacy, struggle and , tricks, letting the audience get a closer look into Casabon's mind and chemistry surrounding his beloved craft.
Words from Phil:
"This piece presents my ambivalent relationship toward’s the craft I pursue under pressured circumstances. Tastefully exposed by the artistic eye of Brady Perron, one cannot underestimate the immense influence his presence created. His genuine persona and social warmth acts as leverage with the encounters of this journey, turning these simple encounters to star actors. We wish this raw testament of our love for creating art transport you through our feelings during those times."
Directed, Shot and Edited by
Brady Perron @b_person
Skiing and Music Supervision by
Phil Casabon @casablunt
Music by Cloud Collision
Special thanks Emile Bergeron and Alexandre Casabon
Presented by Armada, Blue Tomato and Full Tilt
The Regiment is a two year film project from professional freestyle skier Henrik Harlaut. Today, Henrik is one of the only skiers to compete at the highest level while also filming some of the most influential video parts of the past decade. We see Henrik go from filming urban three hours before a flight to X Games to skiing spines in Alaska and for the first time we get an insight to what makes Henrik tick, as he shares the motivations and inspirations that allow him to be one of the best freeskiers today.
Supported by: Armada skis, Monster Energy, Oakley, Blue Tomato and Fulltilt
Two different styles, one unique balance, the Yin and the Yang. Briefly put, the meaning of Yin and Yang is that the universe is governed by a cosmic duality, sets of two opposing and complementing principles or cosmic energies that can be observed in nature.
Good old summer Volcano skiing. Many thanks to Majesty Skis for putting shoes on our feet.
Shouts to Alex Havey and Owen Dahlberg and anyone else that filmed!
Filmed early December at Park City by Wyatt Kadwitt. Been sitting on this one for a while. Summer blues are in full effect. Miss rippin around on afternoons like these now more than ever. Hope this get's some people ready to ski. It will be here sooner than we know. Much love
1. a pattern created using alternating course.
2. another word for skiing.
Following nearly two decades of ski movie pedigree, Level 1 documents a lifestyle of contradiction. Timeless ephemera. Love and money. Natural and synthetic. Powder and slush. Stagnant and innovative. Untracked and well-travelled. Consistent but not predictable. Swerving left, right and diagonal, yet never asleep at the wheel.
Parker White, Laurent De Martin, Sämi Ortlieb, Chris Logan, Will Berman, Keegan Kilbride, Will Wesson, Thayne Rich, Peyben Hägglund, KC Deane, LJ Strenio, Khai Krepela, Kim Boberg, Oliver Karlberg, Tanner Rainville, Duncan Adams, Ahmet Dadali, McRae Williams, Wiley Miller, and Friends.
Eagle Pass Heli, BC. Sunshine Village, Banff. Mt Baker, Washington. Sweden. Gran Masta Park, Switzerland. Hokkaido, Japan. Moscow, Russia. Helsinki, Finland. Whistler, BC. Colorado. Montana. Michigan. Minnesota.
Directed by Freedle Coty and Josh Berman
Produced by Josh Berman
Principal Cinematography by Josh Berman, Freedle Coty, Robin Lee, Sean Logan, Daniel Kushnarevich
Additional Cinematography by Ian Avery-Leaf, Bjorn Eklund, Ethan Timmons
Edited by Freedle Coty, Josh Berman, Stephan Chaikovsky
Creative Direction by Schui Baumann