Everybody likes their meat in a different way. Same can be said about snowboard movies – TFA prefer theirs to be MEDIUM RAW. This means, it contains a little bit of everything that is snowboarding to them. Street or pow, nasty dubs or steezy BS 180ies, romantic or Rap Music, Mega Mo helishots or dirty street-followcams, steaks or bratwurst. All that is experienced best when it's MEDIUM RAW.
Yes, 2 different filmers and editors edited this thing separately. Nobody even knows why we did it like that, but we did. So, get yourself prepared for a collision of 2 worlds.
Pow parts and pow shots in intro/bailpart/outro: (Kaeppeli, Wanger, Klocker): filmed and edited by Julian Pintarelli
Streetkids' parts and rest of the movie: filmed and edited by Daniel Diedrich
Additional filming by Balint Hambalko, Sexual Snowboarding, Sane gang and the forgotten ones.
Movie concept by Flo Corzelius and Daniel Diedrich.
Lib Tech Skate went from Seattle to Texas shredding parks and spots with technologically tougher boards that don't break. We filmed the whole thing and made a video, Lib Tech's Third Leg….Video. Featuring new Lib Ripper Phil Hansen, the Texas Leg Tour, the madman that is Mikey Swearingen, a hodge podge of Northwest ripping, the Seattle Leg and Mr. Sky Siljeg's flowing attack of creativity to finish it off. And more! These piles love tile!
So this past Saturday Summit Parks hosted their first competition of the season, Up Jib Creek, getting the name because the contest literally took place next to a creek. The Summit at Snoqualmie has not got very much snow yet, and if it weren't for lucky storm the night before dropping 6 inches on the 'jib creek', the contest might not have happened. The event was nothing short of a blast, everyone making the best of the pre season conditions. BIG shoutout to the summit park crew, they put in a lot of work to make the event as fun as it was.
Bryan Fox and Austin Smith partnered with storyteller Liam Gallagher to document a season of their experiences and showcase their slice of snowboarding. Collaborating with fellow boarders Tim Eddy, Curtis Ciszek, Shaun McKay, Alex Yoder, Rube Goldberg, Rip Zinger and more. These intrepid friends created a movie that provides apt examples of why collectively, we will all do whatever it takes to be able to strap in at the top of a line and make rolling arcs downhill. From powder turns, to steep backcountry lines, to a whole segment filled just with half-buried snowmobiles, every shot in Pathology is a blatant reminder of why we snowboard.