Phil Casabon and Brady Perron are proud to present an all new short form visual. Their athletic-visual chemistry continues in 2020 with a poetic approach. While embracing Phil’s mysterious side, Ensemble nods to his intrigue for martial arts, love for his home city and connection to music. “Working ensemble with trustworthy friendz is an essential piece, for a good turnout, in the hostile environment that street skiing may be.” -Phil Casabon Starring/Produced/Directed by Phil Casabon Shot/Edit/Directed by Brady Perron Animations by Matthew Milewski and Corey Ryan Title Art by Joseph Toney Music by Ben Van, Jessee Pépin and Anika
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Great season in the streets with so many amazing people.
The Basal Ganglia acts as a passive observer in the brain, while the Frontal Lobe uses energy and focus to understand the necessary movements it takes to accomplish a new task. Eventually the Basal Ganglia will take over so the Frontal Lobe no longer has to use its focus and your task becomes common knowledge in the body.
A muscle memory in the brain.
Keep committing and stay consistent.
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Ryan Barrick (@ThatYoungSkiBum) spent another year on the road in his RV traveling and skiing all over North America. He had some unexpected challenges to overcome this year, but inevitably it turned out to be one of his best years to date. Thank you to all the people involved, Enjoy!
Phil Casabon and Brady Perron sync up on a poetic level to showcase their skillsets, perseverance, personalities and surroundings. An adaptation of the Jay Electronica and The Bullits’ short film “Fuir et se Cacher”, Nuance takes time to address the moods and cycles that perpetuates the duo’s mindset in the pursuit of their vision. The film is a package of attitudes built up and stripped down to bring you a telling story of street skiing, one where you are left to read between the lines while still having punch. Perron and Casabon linger between the harsh conditions, dream-like scenarios and creative gestures in hopes to bring their audience something new.
Shot and edited by Brady Perron Titles by Joseph Toney Animations by Corey Ryan Narration by Elisa Lasowski
Additional footage by Emile Bergeron, JF Houle, Raphael Sevigny
Support from Wells Lamont, Full Tilt, Blue Tomato and Tall T Productions