With the winter season upon us, it’s time for the snowboarders to start hitting the slopes again. The 1817 crew recently unveiled their new park at Buck Hill christening it with a solid session. Peep the video above and stay tuned for more snowboarding clips as winter sets in.
We know you probably don’t want to see any snow just quite yet, but this video is amazing. Red Bull recently dropped the trailer for their upcoming snowboarding film, The Fourth Phase. From the back hills of Wyoming to some of Asia’s enormous peaks, the visual showcases stunning scenery. Check it out for yourself above and stay tuned for more.
This week will see a number of indie projects open on select screens across the country. We mentioned the Kristen Stewart (Twilight, Snow White and the Huntsmen) drama Equals opening this Friday, about a couple who falls in love as the result of a disease in a futuristic utopia that is devoid of feeling and emotion, and the tension it causes between them and their society. Co-starring with Stewart is Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men: Apocalypse), who are led by director Drake Doremus (Like Crazy, Breathe In).
Also opening on the indie circuit this week is a new animated movie called Phantom Boy, which takes place in the 1940s-50s and follows a young boy with superpowers who helps a wheelchair-bound policeman in his efforts to take down a notorious mob boss. The film comes from Oscar-nominated filmmakers Loup Felicioli & Alain Gagnol (A Cat in Paris) and stars French actors Edouard Baer (Chicken with Plums), Jean-Pierre Marielle (Coup de torchon, The DaVinci Code), and Audrey Tautou (A Very Long Engagement, Amelie).
Writer/director Woody Allen (Annie Hall, Manhattan) has had a pretty solid streak since Midnight in Paris and Blue Jasmine both won Oscar awards. His latest project is a dramatic comedy following a young Bronx native who moves to 1930s Hollywood to follow his successful uncle, who is a Hollywood agent. Instead, he falls in love with his uncle’s secretary and upon returning to New York, becomes engulfed in the high-society night club scene in Manhattan. The film features an all-star cast, including Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network, Zombieland), Kristen Stewart (Twilight, Snow White and the Huntsman), Steve Carell (Foxcatcher, The Big Short), and Blake Lively (The Town, The Age of Adaline). Continue reading
This holiday season is sure to be full of enough big releases to keep you busy until next Spring, especially with the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Before Star Wars mania overtakes the holidays, however, there are a number of feature releases that will definitely be worth your time to go and see. One such release comes in the first week of December, a new dramatic war-adaptation of William Shakespeare‘s Macbeth from director Justin Kurzel (The Snowtown Murders, The Turning). The classic tragedy of Macbeth, a Scottish Thane who kills his king after three witches prophesize his taking the thrown but who then becomes divided by his own ambition and paranoia, was adapted for the screen by writers Jacob Koskoff (The Marc Pease Experience), Michael Lesslie (Airlock or How to Say Goodbye in Space, Skirt), and actor-turned-writer Todd Louiso (Jerry Maguire, Thank You For Smoking). Starring in the lead as Macbeth is Oscar-nominee Michael Fassbender (12 Years A Slave, The Counselor), with Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard (The Dark Knight Rises, Midnight In Paris), Elizabeth Debicki (The Great Gatsby, The Man From UNCLE), Sean Harris (Deliver Us From Evil, Mission:Impossible-Rogue Nation), and David Thewlis (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, The Theory of Everything) included in the supporting cast. The movie will be opening in theaters this December 4th. Check out the trailer here on MADE.
A couple of weeks ago the good people from 1817 dropped their long awaited promo video via Vimeo. The Minneapolis based snowboarding collective has been on the scene for quite sometime now, they’ve even produced a solid collection of merch on their web-store. Whether it’s their now classic “Monday Minutes” or their equally classic “Tombstone” beanie, 1817 is a brand that you should definitely get acquainted with. Check out their promo video above and click the link below to peep their official website.
Boody still killin shit.
Last year Minneapolis hosted the annual “Downtown Throwdown”, passing the torch to Boston for this year’s event. With sponsors like Adidas, LIB Tech and Snow Boarder the contest continues to grow year after year. Minnesota was definitely in the building as Ryan Paul and Jesse Paul (both Minnesotans) took 1st & 2nd respectively with Ted Borland placing 3rd. With Ryan taking home the $20,000, you can expect to see him making a few moves heading into the snowboarding season. Check out the video above and stay tuned for more.
Location: 1715 W Lake Street, Minneapolis
When: Saturday & Sunday, October 18th & October 19th
The good guys over at Cal-Surf will hold the final day of their Sale today. Riders from the team will have all sorts of merch for dirt cheap and you’ll also get a chance to check out what’s next to come. If you’re preparing for snowboard season this is a good place to start, click the link below to check out their official website.
The kid Matthew Boudreaux has been getting around a lot lately. Since killing the hills at Hyland back in the day, Boudy now hits Trollhaugen and the Alps regularly. He recently hooked up with Bald E Gal for a part and it turned out pretty awesome, check it out above and keep an eye out for more from Matt Boudreaux as the winter season heats up.