1. Justin Hostynek from Absinthe Films Part 1

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    Justin Hostynek from Absinthe Films Part 1 Justin talks about the future of Absinthe Films with new technology and apps. Touches on how important it is to be loyal to riders and the riders to be loyal back to the company. We talk about how Justin is the right person to make a documentary of Nico and when this project will see the light. Absinthe is a company that is based on beliefs and roots and stays focused on its path. Enjoy the interview of the living legend film maker Justin Hostynek. Long live Absinthe movies.

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    • Justin Hostynek Top ten Snowboarders EVER

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      I'm here with the legendary JUSTIN HOSTYNEK. He answers a tough question: His pick of top 10 snowboarders ever. From the Absinthe Man

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      • Brusti - 16 to Super

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        In 2000, Patrick Armbruster teamed with master filmer Justin Hostynek and together they have produced some of the best snowboard films ever made; effortlessly blasting the borders of Europe and becoming an international benchmark of quality and style. On a hungover bluebird Sunday morning in Laax, Brusti emerges bleary eyed from 'his room' at Casa Müller to be placed in front of the camera where he wises us up on his journey from there to here. For the full interview in print, get your copy of Bitchslap 17. http://bitchslapmag.com http://www.absinthe-films.com Thanks to Brusti, Absinthe films, Panasonic and GoPro.

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        • Justin Hostynek LOVE WHAT YOU DO

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          The silent 16 mm format was initially aimed at the home enthusiast, but by the 1930s it had begun to make inroads into the educational market. The addition of optical sound tracks and, most notably, Kodachrome in 1935, gave an enormous boost to the 16 mm market. Used extensively in WW2, there was a huge expansion of 16 mm professional filmmaking in the post-war years. Films for government, business, medical and industrial clients created a large network of 16 mm professional filmmakers and related service industries in the 1950s and 1960s. The advent of television production also enhanced the use of 16 mm film, initially for its advantage of cost and portability over 35 mm. At first used as a news-gathering format, the 16 mm format was also used to create television programming shot outside the confines of the more rigid television studio production sets. The home movie market gradually switched to the even less expensive 8 mm film and Super 8 mm format. 16 mm is also extensively used for television production in countries where television economics make the use of 35 mm too expensive. Digital video tape has made significant inroads in television production use, even to the extent that in some countries, 16 mm is considered obsolete as a TV production format by broadcasters. Nevertheless, it is still in extensive use in its Super 16 ratio (see below) for high-quality programming in the US and UK. Independently produced documentaries and shorts (intended mainly for TV use) may still be shot on film. Furthermore television documentary film-makers will frequently use clockwork 16 mm cameras to shoot scenes in extreme climates.

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          • Justin Hostynek on John Cardiel

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            Justin Hostynek talk in this video about the great John Cardiel shredding with such style and finesse during 1996 in Bariloche, Argentina. For those of you fortunate enough to have seen him skateboard in person, you know what he's talking about. CARDS4LIFE

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            • Frederick Kalbermatten Beyond METAL

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              Frederick Kalbermatten is one of the best riders ever. He can turn a board like no other. There is a select club who are able to do this these days. Such as Nicolas Muller, Jake Blauvelt and Gigi. Freddie at the same time made tons of video parts in the last 13 years..from Absinthe movies, TBSeries, Burton, Givin, Euro flicks, etc. At the same time he was competing around the world with the Burton Global Team. He's made it all. From Alaska..to frozen pipes...to jumps and rails. UNREAL. In my opinion, he's still 1000x better than the up and comers. Style and class forever.

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