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josh
by Nick Cunkelman It is often said in the world of skiing that this sport, this peculiar sport where we strap boards to our feet, propel ourselves with sticks and arc our way down snow-covered mountains, gives us freedom. It is also often said in the world of skiing that this freedom is profound—a feeling like nothing else.…
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shattered
by Nick Cunkelman When you give everything, what do you have left? A book title like Beyond the Mountain begs questions of an existential—as well as epistemological—nature. What is there? Who is there? And, once you find it, how do you know you’re there?…
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wildlove
Andy picked up his first video camera when he was 14 and made his first whitewater kayaking adventure film when he was 16. After he sold his 500th VHS copy in high school, it was clear that filmmaking was going to be a long-term passion.…
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skip
Skip Armstrong is an award-winning filmmaker who has created films for the likes of National Geographic, The Associated Press and Patagonia, among others. But he’s happiest when he’s on the water, which is why we’re psyched to premiere his new film from Forge Motion Pictures at our festival next week.…
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In January, Hayden Kennedy and his climbing partner, Jason Kruk, tackled the first fair means ascent of the Southeast Ridge of Cerro Torre. On their descent, the two chopped the bolts on the Compressor Route, setting the route free for future climbers and settling themselves in the center of a great debate in the alpinist community.…
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