With record low snowfall across much of the Western US this year, it is easier than ever to feel the potential threat of the diminishing habitat of the snow enthusiast. And with this apparent loss of habitat is a loss of morale. An overall loss of stoke.
A small group of individuals in SouthEast Idaho has set out to keep their stoke alive, and in doing so has created their own snow dance for the spirits. How do you say? Ah, yes... Cha Cha!
A short film by Klaus Obermeyer at Rocket Film in association with Happy United and Groove Guild as part of the Earth Day campaign #ClimateChangeIsReal produced by Purpose + Here Now.
Fearless rock skiers brave the treacherous jutting rocks of drought ridden California mountains illustrating the effects of climate change on our once snow capped peaks.
California’s water supply is nearly 30% snow runoff. No snow, no water.
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Director/ Owner: Klaus Obermeyer
Managing Director/ Owner: Sara Eolin
Executive Producer: Cori Cooperider
Producer: Valerie Gomez
1st AD Mike Dignum
Stunt Team: Stanton Barrett, Brad Dingess, Lars Ellingson, Tara Macken, Josh Wood
Purpose + Here Now:
Executive Director, Here Now:Paul Hilder
Campaign Lead, Here Now: Iris Andrews
Head of Creative, Purpose: Hannah Kreiswirth
Creative Lead, Purpose: Brian Lightbody
Content Development, Purpose: Jessica Lauretti
Creative Consultant-Jane Keller
Post Production Supervisor-Jane Keller
Creative Consultant: Paul Riggio
Music Agency Groove Guild
Music Supervision: Al Risi
Song: "One of These Mornings"
Original Score: Paul Riggio
Sound Design: Paul Riggio
Final Mix: Groove Guild
Cutting Assistant: Dominic Bracco
Assistant Editor Alyssa Cartee
Colorist: Phil Choe
Producer: Jason Farber