SHADES OF WINTER, a female freeski movie
starring Rachael BURKS (USA) – Lorraine HUBER (AUT) – Janina KUZMA (NZL) – Sandra LAHNSTEINER (AUT) – Matilda RAPAPORT (SWE) – Caja SCHOEPF (GER) – Pia WIDMESSER (GER)
& NINE QUEENS 2013: Dania ASSALY – Philo BAIR – Coline BALLET-BAZ – Camillia BERRA - Silvia BERTAGNA – Anais CARADEUX – Grete ELIASSEN – Keri HERMAN – Virginie FAIVRE – Jamie Crane MAUZY – Eva PATSCHEIDER – Maude RAYMOND – Zuzička STROMKOVA - Katie SUMMERHAYES – Lisa ZIMMERMANN
After the international success of her ski films AS WE ARE (2010)*, an all female ski movie and SHUKRAN MOROCCO (2012)**, Austrian freeskier Sandra Lahnsteiner*** once again doubles up in her role as ski film producer and athlete and puts together her best all-female ski movie yet: SHADES OF WINTER.
Presenting the unique expressions of female freeskiing today, SHADES OF WINTER features deep powder and pillows in Japan, skiing all-time conditions in the Alps, big mountain lines in Haines, AK, and the highest level of female freestyle skiing seen yet from the Nine Queens event in Austria.
"This is a movie about strong women who have dedicated their lives to a passion, a passion which connects us all" says Sandra Lahnsteiner, proud and happy to have created a platform for some of the best female freeskiers around the world to celebrate their shared love of skiing.
produced and directed by Sandra LAHNSTEINER
edited by Mario FEIL
director of photography Mathias BERGMANN
additional filming Henrik ANDERSSON – Carsten DARR – Olli GRAU –
NINE QUEENS edited by Lukas TIELKE – filmed by Sean BALMER – Manuel RUEDA – Lukas TIELKE - Mark VAN ROY
graphic design by Alex SORIJ
supported by FISCHER, PEAK PERFORMANCE, VÖLKL, UVEX CORE RANGE, LECH ZÜRS TOURISMUS, ANITA ACTIVE, SWEETPROTECTION, LEKI, Nico ZACEK / NINE QUEENS 2013, NISEKO PHOTOGRAPHY, SKIJAPAN.COM
locations: Niseko, JP, Weißseegletscher, AUT, Zürs am Arlberg, AUT, Hochfügen, AUT, Haines, AK, Nine Queens 2013 @Fiss/Ladis/Serfauss, AUT
WORLD PREMIERE: IF3 2013 MONTREAL, 15th September 2013
Meister Fumin Wu [吴福民] - ursprünglich aus Lanzhou und seit 1994 in Beijing lebend - kam zu Besuch nach Leipzig. Tagsüber besichtigte er die Stadt, um dann abends im CHINABRENNER seine Kunst vorzuführen. Er bereitete handgezogene Nudeln 拉面 [la mian], eines der beliebtesten Garküchen-Nudelgerichte, und handgeschnittene Nudeln 刀削面 [dao xiao mian].
Der Nudelmeister mischt den Teig, knetet, zieht und faltet ihn auf kunstvolle Art, bis er sich auf gerade zu magische Weise in hauchdünne Streifen verwandelt. Oder er schnitzt die Nudeln blitzschnell direkt vom Teigbarren in den Topf.
ERTZUI FILM war dabei. Jo Zarth auch. Seine Fotos vom Abend gibt's hier:
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Music provided by The Books - thebooksmusic.com/
Clothing provided by Cactus Equipment - cactusequipment.co.nz/
If you'd like to visit Blair, please note that he is open summers only, November - April, 10am to 5pm. Closed Wednesdays
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