Follow skiers Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots through Japan as they explore a world of contrasts. From Tokyo's city lights to Hokkaido's sacred hardwood forests, this episode explores spaces of simultaneous anonymity & intimacy, rigid tradition & an embrace for the future, finding epic powder each step along the way.
Presented by Arc'teryx.com & The GORE-TEX® Brand
Director/Producer: Jordan Manley jordanmanley.com/
Story editor: Chad Manley chadmanley.ca/
Narrator: Chad Sayers
Many, many thanks to:
Andrew Spragg & Clayton Kernaghan @ blackdiamondtours.com/
Max Friedman @ Niseko Tourism
"Shirakava Echo" courtesy of Cloudchair.net/
"August Neige" by Sawako
"Back to the Future Music (Sexy Synthesizer Remix)" By The Aprils
"Okoshi Daiko (Le tambour du reveil)" by Sakura
"Sakura" composed by Hiro Fujikake and performed [and courtesy of] by Okester Mandolina Ljubljana
"Beside Me" by Piana
From the makers of All.I.Can comes the new feature film: INTO THE MIND. Blur the lines between dream state and reality, as you perceive the world through the minds of many. Into the Mind contemplates the experiences passed between mentors and peers to paint a philosophical portrait of human kind. What drives us to overcome challenge? How do we justify risk? What forces are at the core of a mountain addiction? Unique athlete segments over a multitude of mountain sport genres depict the connectivity of Earth, and window into never seen before moments. Explore how we begin our perception of self, construct the foundations of confidence, and are ultimately led up the path of self-actualization.
As Buddha once said, “The mind is everything. What you think you become.”
Into The Mind is about becoming.
Presented by The North Face
Created by Sherpas Cinema - sherpascinema.com
Directors: Dave Mossop and Eric Crosland
Producer: Malcolm Sangster
Teaser Music: A Tribe Called Red - Electric Powwow (Available for free at electricpowwow.com )
Original Score by Jacob Yoffee, Sound Design: Cody Petersen
A 200+ mile backpacking experience through Yosemite National Park captured by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill. This project was filmed over the course of 10 months. We spent a combined 45 days in the park capturing the images in this video.