1. Vail Daily On the Hill correspondent John LaConte finds the soft powder on Vail Mountain, which has recorded 9 inches of new snow in the last 48 hours at 5 a.m. this morning.

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  2. Vogue Magazine
    Directed by Gordon von Steiner
    Styled by Jorden Bickham

    Credits
    Menswear Editor Christian Strobe
    Makeup Alice Lane
    Hair Akki
    Manicure Eri Handa
    Production Design Daniel Graff for Mary Howard Studio
    1st Assistant Director Kelly McGee
    1st Assistant Camera Brian Leisring
    Steadicam Operator Mike Fuchs
    Digital Imaging Technician Loic de Lame
    Editor Gordon von Steiner
    Post Production Dtouch NY
    Filmed at the Grand Prospect Hall, NY
    Produced by PRODn for Art + Commerce
    Music “Swerve" by Dirt Nasty & Smoov-E

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  3. Some shots from the last two seasons.
    Location: italian and swiss Alps.
    I hope you like it.

    Music: "Can't let go" - Christopher Norman

    Cheers!

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  4. Two girls wait for their friend who always has some incredible excuse for being late.

    Written and directed by Danny Sangra

    Production company - Control Films

    All garments by Balenciaga and can be found at mytheresa.com

    More films at dannysangra.com

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  5. The Whistler segment from Level 1's 16th annual feature, Small World.

    Want more? Small World is now available in your favorite format:

    iTunes: http://bit.ly/smallworldmovie
    Vimeo: vimeo.com/ondemand/smallworldmovie
    DVD/BluRay: level1productions.com/product_detail.cfm?PID=156&CatID=1

    Directed by Josh Berman
    Cinematography by Josh Berman, Jonny Durst, and Zach Moxley
    Edited by Josh Berman
    Sound Design/Score by Stephan Chaikovsky and Schui Baumann

    Director Josh Berman recounts the back story of this shoot:
    This one has been in the making for a few years. When we last shot in Whistler back in 2013 for Partly Cloudy, we approached them with the idea of a giant step-up to step-down and the snow just didn’t cooperate. Snow levels again worked against us in 2014 and we scrapped plans altogether, but this year—despite the challenging winter that the Pacific Northwest experienced—the stars finally aligned and Chris McLeod [film and communications supervisor] and Charles Beckinsale [head park builder] worked to find a location that had the terrain and the snow to accommodate our feature. Charles is a wizard with the cat and ultimately made some tweaks to our design to fit his vision, and the end result was one of the most impressive snow sculptures I’ve ever seen. The lines were so smooth and the aesthetic so unique that we opted to not sheer the wall of the step-over. I know Charles really wanted to cut it, and the feature would have looked 10-times gnarlier, but it was so perfect that we didn’t want to change anything. And we figured we’d save Whistler Blackcomb some money on the already stretched cat budget!

    About Small World:
    Go out into the world, they say… see it for yourself!
    But in an age where any destination is in the palm of your hand- just a click away, what is left to truly explore?
    Level 1 examines the universal dialect of moving down snow on two feet through a lens of fresh perspective- documenting the outer niches of a sport pushed under the rug by the modern day ski zeitgeist.
    From the secret valleys of Switzerland, the ancient cities of Estonia, to the rowdy rope-tows of Minnesota- follow us around the globe as we capture skiing in its purest form. It’s a Small World, after all.

    Small World Awards:
    "FILM OF THE YEAR" - IF3 Film Festival, Montreal

    # vimeo.com/143075521 Uploaded 110K Plays 23 Comments

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